Tag: Macarons

McDonald’s Macarons, Adelaide

McDonald’s macarons – controversial I know. How many times have I ranted about hollow shells, overpriced pieces of crap (pardon my French) but now McDonald’s can produce these babies to be at least consistently average – these should be the bare minimum standard for Adelaide macarons. At $2 for one or $10 for 6 ($1.70 each) – that’s damn cheap and affordable…

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Pierre Hermé [Round 2], Osaka

Pierre Hermé will suck all the money I have. Simple is not in Pierre Hermé’s vocabulary. You bite through the thin crisp of the chocolate almond meringue into the soft and chewy macaron, which then transitions into a chocolate ganache. There is no distinction between the macaron and ganache layer at all, yummm. Infiniment Chocolat I refused to believe…

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Pierre Hermé, Osaka

Pierre Hermé needs no introduction, having been coined the “Picasso of Pastry” (Vogue Magazine) and the “King of Modern Pâtisserie” (The Guardian) . He reinvented the macaron from the classical flavours – vanilla, chocolate, raspberry and coffee by pushing boundaries and creating out of the world macarons like Eden (Peach, Apricot and Saffron), Huile d’Olive a la…

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