International Macaron Day

21 Mar

Joyeux Jour du MacaronHappy Macaron Day!

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March 20th commemorates the macaron, one of France’s beloved sweets available at pâtisseries. The day was created by Pierre Hermé, a well-established pastry chef and pastry company, who is famous for his macarons.

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In New York City, select bakeries gave out free macarons. I wish I was in the city to celebrate, but instead, I made it to a local French bakery in Middletown called The French Confection. I went there once and enjoyed an amazing croque madame sandwich, so I was eager to try their macarons. I sat down for tea and chose three of my favorite flavors: rose, lavender, and chocolate.

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At $1.50 per macaron, or $15.00 for a dozen, the prices are more gentle for a broke twentysomething budget. I never regret a visit to Ladurée, but at $20.00 for six macarons in a keepsake box is a little expensive.

I never knew that this delicieux celebration existed until I saw tweets and blog posts–a big thanks to Jen Balisi, because it was her Twitter link that made me aware of Jour du Macaron. Merci beaucoup!


One Response to “International Macaron Day”

  1. Karen March 13, 2018 at 12:59 am #

    Hi, I wanted to say hi and thank you for listing me as your inspiration! Best of luck with blogging!

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