A New Level of Crazy: Macaron Madness – Asymmetry

June 3, 2014 Ka'ela Ja'el
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So yeah, I’ve been slack with the posting. Short attention span and all that 🙂

Asymmetry by Thoraiya Dyer

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One of the first things you may notice about these macarons is that they’re not smooth and even. There’s a reason for that 🙂 Mostly it’s because I’d been cooking macarons for something like ten hours and my care factor had slipped a little (Sorry, Thoraiya!) But I kinda figured that with a title like Assymetry I could get a pass on them being smooth, shiny, perfect little bites of sweet delight.

Which isn’t to say that they’re not delicious little morsels, because these were amazing! The colour was easy to choose. I didn’t. They are macarons a la naturel. No colouring, just the natural colour of the almond meal macaron. The flavour though like Thoraiya’s writing is a twist on the everyday – Vanilla and Elderflower. And the consensus was that it was absolutely delicious!

 

Previously in Macaron Mayhem:

Nightsiders by Sue Isle

Love and Romanpunk by Tansy Rayner Roberts

Cracklescape by Margo Lanagan

 

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