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photo courtesy of Cecile Cannone and Ulysses Press
photo courtesy of Cecile Cannone
and Ulysses Press
As promised, here is the recipe from Cecile Cannone
, baker and owner of Macaron Cafe
book, FRENCH MACARONS, AUTHENTIC COOKIE RECIPES FROM THE MACARON CAFE
, will guide you clearly through every step of the process.
Many thanks to Cecile Cannone
and Ulysses Press
for sharing these photos and this recipe.
Thanks to Cecile Cannone, owner of Macaron Cafe, NYC, and her publisher: Ulysses Press, for this recipe and these photos.
and Arnaud Cannone opened their first location and dream venture four years ago, only one year after arriving in the USA.
, owner and baker
I met Cecile Cannone, French pastry chef and owner of Macaron Cafe, last week over cafe au lait, many delectable bites of heavenly macarons, and her story.
Me: Why are Americans so crazy about French macarons and is there a reverse trend of something traveling from the U.S.A. to Paris?
: Our cultures have been fascinated by each other for many years.
Our shops have been recognized as ...
Our shops have been recognized as the connoisseurs of this delicious French pastry because of the wonderful variety of flavors from our master chef, Cecile Cannone.
From time-tested flavors, like raspberry and chocolate, to the seasonal and eclectic, such as pumpkin and violet flower, Cecile Cannone
and our pastry chefs are dedicated to pleasing your taste buds with our sinfully delicious Macarons.
Zumbo Adriano - Zumbo's Fantastical Kitchen of Other-Worldly Delights
From acclaimed pastry chef Cecile Cannone, founder of MacarOn Cafe in New York City.
Macaron Cafe Macarons: Authentic French Cookie Recipes from Macaron Cafe
Macaron Cafe's chef Cecile Cannone has filled this recipe book with many delicious recipes and pictures that make the art of baking Macarons achievable by anyone.
Chef Cecile has given over 20 filling recipes, ganaches, buttercreams and jams ranging from basics such as dark chocolate ganache to the more creative like pumpkin-cinnamon buttercream.
So we chatted by email with ...
So we chatted by email with Macaron Cafe chef/owner Cecile Cannone, who, partnered with husband Arnaud, opened for business in 2007.
Below we talk spring flowers, macaron mania and the effect her French homeland has had on her work.
Posted in: Eat & Drink, Flowers, Fruits & Veg, Garden & Farm
, Our Garden, Plant Appeal, Style / Tagged: Cecile Cannone
, Dessert, Macaron Cafe
, Macarons, Q&A
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