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From the Publisher

PRAISE FOR AUTHOR CECILE CANNONE’S MACARONS:

Feather-light, at once crunchy and chewy, and distinguished by rich buttercream filling.”

The New York Times

Rival those in Paris.”

Zagat

Addictive.”

Time Out New York

Cuter than a cupcake and more delicious, the adorable macaron is très en vogue. Now you can make these crowd-pleasing cookies at home! Packed with helpful and inspiring color photos, this book offers everything you need to bake stunning macarons, including:



Step-by-step instructions for baking perfect shells

Simple tricks for making smooth, melt-in-your-mouth fillings

Decorating tips for dazzling, artistic cookies

Delectable flavors from chocolate and espresso to lemon and pistachio

Published: Ulysses Press on
ISBN: 9781569758861
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