Tuesday, January 22, 2008

The best macaroon!

My boss' hubby brought back this lovely box of mini marcaroons for me from Zurich. I normally do not eat marcaroons as they are way too sweet for my liking. But for this one I had two at one go tonight because they are simple lovely. Not overly sweet and the fillings are very very good. No wonder my boss said that they were told this is the best marcaroons in Zurich.


14 comments:

Anonymous said...

WOW can see they are so much fatter then the ones we seen in sg

Elizabeth said...

I ate these sprungli macaroons when i was in Zurich. Its the best macaroons !! :)

Baking Recipes said...

Nice blog friend, you have very interesting contents that really catch me attention. I also got blog similar to this category, would you mind if i ask you for a link exchange? Regards...

Ning's Mummy said...

Wow.. they really looks good... save one for me please please please....

Ellena said...

wow... so envy u lily.... i bet the macarons are delicious....

Hugbear said...

Hi baking recipes. You are welcome to link to my blog.

lierre.empire said...

hey i haf try Paris Macarons...oso nice! i oso haf put on my blog.. Laduree & PH..i find Laduree one very nice oso.. =) u can c my blog on the pix but not as fat as the one in Zurich..must find a chance to get some from Zurich :P.. it's always nice to try real authentic stuff!!!

Hugbear said...

Hi Ivy, the macaroons you baked are very pretty too. Really look so professional. I have never really dare to try baking them. I know it is not easy to get it right. Wait until I can pluck up the courage to try. Hehe

Chawanmushi said...

hi LeeLee
Looking at them make me 'lua nuah' already LOL
You are one lucky gal hor LOL

Maytal said...

Hey!
I must say that I love your blog.
I also got these mint macaroons from a friend who lives in Switzerland. I liked them but after eating one...well... you're done for the day :)

Hugbear said...

Hi Maytal, I know exactly what you mean. Haha. I have had two and I am done with it for the rest of the week.

Anonymous said...

Hi
This is no relation to this post, but can i check for your butter cake, you stated 1/2 to 3/4 cup of evaporated milk, but do you have any idea how much ml is that?
Thanks

Hugbear said...

Hi anonymous, 1/2 cup will be about 125 ml.

Anonymous said...

Hi hugbear
thanks so much, will be trying out the butter cake.
have a nice day!

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