This macaron making class. This untrained macmaker is about to be trained, folks! And it’s not nearly as expensive as this macaron class, although I would love to be able to afford that one as it’s 15 hours of instruction and taught at one of the best pastry schools in the country…maybe someday (wistful sigh).
My appointment with a Score mentor, which is set for Tuesday. It’s a free service provided to small businesses/entrepreneurs where I’ll hopefully learn about all of the certifications and registrations I’ll need to start a macaron stand. Small fear: I’ll leave more discouraged than encouraged.
Showing you my latest failure macsperiment. In a word: slide. I’ll just let you think about that.
Macarons from Mad Mac, a company that provides macarons and madeleines to a bunch of NYC bakeries, that I ordered for a discount through Gilt Taste. They’re currently chillin’ in my freezer with #3 above. Hopefully their delicate French sensibilities won’t be insulted by the disgrace that was my latest macsperiment. They’ll be thawed out for my family this weekend. Fun fact: one of the two chefs who started Mad Mac is that terribly mean French guy who’s always a judge on the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars.
These books that are waiting for me on hold at the library: