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July 21, 2012 / Food Follower

Me, Myself, and Macarons

Today was a day about me and food. I didn’t have a plan, but when I went outside, I saw how beautiful it was and thus decided to go to the park. I came across Le Pain Quotidien in Central Park, so I bought a curry chicken salad sandwich with a mint lemonade.

With my food, I sat down on the grass in the shade. I did a lot of people watching whilst I munched on my deliciously sweet and slightly savory sandwich. The sandwich had cranberry chutney which reminded me of Thanksgiving. My mint lemonade was refreshing but not too sweet (just the way I like it).

After lunch, I walked to Columbus Circle and purchased two macarons from Bouchon Bakery. (How could I skip dessert?) Both my pistachio and peanut butter and jelly macarons were very good, but my favorite was the pb and j. It was almost like eating a sandwich but so much better!

I hope everyone is having a great weekend.


The macarons got a little bit cracked, but they still tasted awesome!

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  1. Conor Bofin / Jul 22 2012 6:24 am

    My eldest is on a macaroon quest. She wants to do the perfect macaroon but our variable oven temperature, her variable patience and all the things that make them so difficult just keep getting in the way.
    Those ones look tasty.
    Best,
    Conor

    • Food Follower / Jul 22 2012 3:43 pm

      I’ve also tried making macarons and failed miserably. At least the ones that I purchased taste delicious!

  2. allieksmith / Jul 22 2012 10:01 am

    Oh my yum!! Everything, and I mean everything, looks delicious!

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