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Macaron craving

Ever craved for something you haven’t touched, smelled, or seen personally?

I do.

Very much.

Ever since I read about the Laduree macarons, I drooled pronto!

Founded in 1862 means they have created the macaron perfection.

Here’s the story of “le Macaron” according to their website:

These small, round cakes, crisp on the outside, smooth and soft in the middle, are the most famous creation of Ladurée.

The story of the Ladurée macaron starts with Pierre Desfontaines, second cousin of Louis Ernest Ladurée, who at the beginning of the 20th century first thought of taking two macaron shells and joining them with a delicious ganache filling.

These small, round cakes, crisp on the outside, smooth and soft in the middle, are made every morning in Ladurée’s “laboratory”. The pastry chefs measure out very precisely the required amounts of almonds, eggs and sugar, before adding one final ingredient, a pinch of unique “know-how”, essential to the making of such a delicacy. Once cooked and filled, the macaroons are put to one side for 2 days before going on sale, the time it takes to achieve a perfect balance between texture and flavour.

With each new season, Ladurée pays tribute to its most famous creation by creating a new flavour.
The existing range of macarons is always the starting point when a new one is created, as the variety of colours is as important as the range of flavours and a vital part of their appeal.

The pictures are heavenly. I wanted them the moment I saw them. It was like love at first sight. 🙂

photo from annmariekostyk

photo by Market Manila

I wish Laduree will let me partake in their divine creation!

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