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  • n. Plural form of macaroon.


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  • Greenspan noted that, although macaroons and macarons don’t have much in common, the coconut cookies that we know as macaroons do have a French cousin, congolais or rochers a la noix de coco, both made with coconut, sugarand egg whites.

    Macaroons vs. Macarons

  • The macaroons were my first challenge with the group.

    Daring Bakers - Macarons

  • Next to the macaroons was a chocolate bowl filled with peach puree.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Only one "o" separates the sticky-sweet coconut balls called macaroons from macarons, but it's not the Passover treat that has Gossip Girls and American food fanatics buzzing.


  • Their macaroons are the best I have found in the city.

    Recent Reviews Near San Francisco, CA

  • Macarooni and Cheese - Take any kind of macaroons (I prefer coconut) and cover with warm Velveeta cheese.

    Craig Rowin: Passover Leftover Suggestions

  • Those that can be eaten daintily with the fingers such as macaroons, lady-fingers, cookies, etc., should be eaten so while layer cake and elaborate pastries should be eaten with the fork.

    Book of Etiquette, Volume 2

  • The younger children, the boys with great frilled collars, the girls with ill-fitting shoes cramping their feet, leaned from the sides of buggy and carry-all, eating bananas and "macaroons," staring about with ox-like stolidity.

    The Octopus : A story of California

  • But if your darling's not into chocolates, perhaps French macarons (also sometimes known as "macaroons") will hit the spot. New Recipes

  • I made ersatz coconut macaroons, which were delicious, but only used up 2 egg whites.

    Archive 2009-05-01


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