Today in the Kitchen – C’est Possible???T

Feb 19, 2010 | Recipes | 11 comments

Today is the day.  
The long awaited day.
I tried last year and the results were so disastrous that I could not even make a FUNNY blog post out of it.
Can I?
Do I dare try it again???
The almonds are being blanched…but will they become…

11 Comments

  1. Victoria

    Go for it! Today’s a beautiful day to make such bright, happy treats. How do they get those colors so vibrant? Can’t see you using artificial dyes..

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  2. Farmgirl Cyn

    Mmmm….macaroons. I have heard the French consider them an art form. Can’t wait to hear about the results!

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  3. Kathy's Red Door Welcome

    Oooh la la, these are such delicious treats. The first time I had one was in 2008 when I went to Paris for the first time, at a bakery called La Duree. I hope your macaroons are fabulous!

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  4. Mrs. B.

    You are quite ambitious! I await the results. Macaroons must be the most adorable cookie on the face of the planet. I love adorable and I love cookies. 🙂

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  5. Musings From A French Cottage

    YuMMMM!! You must try them again. I know you can do it.

    I’ve tried a couple of times but can’t seem to get it right. Mine always turn out kind of blobby but still tasty all the same. We just pretend they’re pretty – ha! Can’t wait to see them.

    Blessings,
    Kathleen

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  6. Teri

    If they turn out… I want DETAILS!

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  7. Tina Leigh

    Going by everyones comments…I guess that is a macaroon? I love-em!

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  8. Berlin Deluxxe

    I’m crossing my fingers for some macaroon goodness to come out of your kitchen!

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  9. Joy

    Hope they turned out great… I have been seeing photos of those around the internet. I have never had any myself. Thanks for becoming a Follower on my blog and leaving a nice comment. I have admired your blog and style for quite awhile, so I am truly honored! I’ve been distracted lately, sorry I didn’t get here sooner. Today on my blog is a photo of one of my darlings–she was 2 years and 2 months old. Sigh. Those were the days.

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  10. Farmgirl Cyn

    I’ve wanted to try to make these for ever so long, but with nothing to compare them to, how will I know I have it right? Cause the French know how to do it!!!

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