Other Macaron Resources

Macarons are fun to bake, but there's more to them than that!
Having trouble baking?  Read Kathryn's helpful baking hints...
Check out these fun macaron-related links:

Musée du Macaron et de l’Amande
32, bd de Strasbourg
86500 Montmorillon, France
+33 5 49 83 03 38

The Annual Macaron Days every March in New York City and Paris; the original in Paris was started by Pierre Herme and the NYC one introduced by Francois Payard:

Macaron art is all the rage !  Meet the artist who started it all:
Catharine Martini 

Check out the photos from our totally fun photo shoot for the book in Philadelphia at
Steve Legato's studio !

Photo Credit:  Steve Legato
Saffron Macarons with Ginger-Honey-Plum Compote, 
Compote, Orange Cream and Vanilla Buttercream 
Want to build one of those beautiful macaron towers?  Link here to buy the correct styrofoam cone from Chef Rubber (and many thanks to Sandra Mallut, The Culinary Butler, for posting it on facebook.

And they've even developed a silicon mat for helping to bake macarons; haven't tried it myself, but if your piping skills are all over the place... 

How about some cool Japanese macaron erasers?  

Earrings anyone? 

Macaron Christmas Ornaments available at Sur La Table !

Beautiful Macaron Trinket Boxes!  Buy one for yourself on your next visit to Asbury Park, NJ (Foolish Ginger, 608 Cookman Avenue).  Contact owner Erica at Foolish Ginger, 732.455.8068 or email her at
Photo Credit:  Kathryn Gordon