1. Just like the macarons de pistache, you can color me green! I need to get to NYC for a class – so reasonably priced and obviously worth it! Your history of the macaron was wonderful, too – so much I never knew! Merci mille fois! ~ David

  2. Susan, the macarons you made were incredible! Towny generously put three in a bag for me. My plan was to savor one each night. When I nibbled at the first – pistachio – it was so delicious I simply had to try the vanilla, and then the chocolate. I can't remember when I've had a confection that was that good before.
    It was particularly sweet to have them after the somewhat sour day I had had. Thank you thank you, they were so yummy!!!!

  3. What a marvelous article !! So beautifully written that I could almost taste them. The pictures were incredible. All in all I enjoyed meeting your friends and was wishing that I could join in the fun that you were having !! I can hardly wait to see what what your next adventure will be. I'm sure that you will find many more reasons for going to Paris, so I won't worry that one of them is crossed off your list.

  4. Lovely article again Susan, especially licking the spoon, that one of my favourite things to do when I'm baking, or if Anne is baking and she turns her back for one second.

  5. Yummy article. Macarons beautiful enough for a still life painting!

  6. Hi Susan,

    Am so looking forward to your macaroons next time you visit. What a great article and pictures, never saw such lovely colored macaroons. Lillian

  7. This class was the most fun and informative cooking class I have ever had! And, to take home a box of beautiful macarons, too!

    Thanks for your note!

  8. Heidi,
    I am so glad that you loved them as much as we did! I can't wait to try making them!

  9. Thank you for your kind comments! It was incredibly fun–the 3+ hours flew by! And you are so right–there is always a reason to go to Paris!

  10. Ah, licking the spoon…I look forward to making my own to do just that! Good to hear from you, Paul!

  11. Mary Jane,
    And you could do it justice on canvas! On the subject of paintings, well, paintings and restaurants or, specifically, your painting of Lou Pebre's, we are going to Lourmarin soon and will try to get to that restaurant. I just read that Peter Mayle lists that among his favorites in the area!

  12. Thanks, Lillian! I do hope to make them soon and will be sure to make plans to get together with you!

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