The pictures, descriptions and step by step instructions are very clear and easy to use.
I really love macarons, and since part of their allure is their appearance as well as their taste, this book was a real find.
I attempted making macarons using a recipe found online, one that used less eggs, and more almond flour, and it worked fine.
My 10-year-old son and I got interested in making macarons after a trip to Paris. We wanted to make many different combinations of flavors and colors. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Avid Book Reader
After making that many notations in this cookbook over many uses I decided to write a review here to warn others that the temperature provided in the basic recipe. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Melissa A Archer
This book has great step by step instructions and photos to guide you along to creating the most perfect macarons ever - every time! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Birdy
The best macaron book. It tells you what you could be doing wrong and how to fix it. Incredibly helpful hints. Great step by step directions. Easy to follow. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Elizabeth A. Whalen
This technique for macarons is somewhat tricky, but if followed to a T produces lovely results. Delicious, exotic recipes are fun to create and a delight to eat.Published 7 months ago by Savvy Shopper
I Love Macarons / B00B2XPBLW
So, everyone else on earth has already said this about this book, but I'll add on to the pile: The pictures are pretty, the ideas are great,... Read more
I have several macaroon recipe books but have not have much success. A baker recommended this book to me and can now make beautiful macaroons. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dave Howald
Not just a bit off, but catastrophically. The pictures are still helpful, and the flavor combo section is so cute and useful, but DO NOT use the oven temps or weights of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by marina collings