Monday, September 08, 2008

Try some my macaroon*


This picture is macaroon of Ayar.
It isn’t bad? I have gotten a knack for making it.
But macaroons that I put on the silicon seat changed their shapes a little and
when I did something else, they were browned.
But I saw what I should do next time and I memorized the texture of dough called
“ macaroonaju”.
I’ll make it next weekend.
You have to use much sugar when you make macaroon.
If my family ate everything, they would gain weight…..
What am I gonna do? I’m gonna bring them to work…..


doggybloggy said...

I read ALL of your posts the ones yesterday and a few days before and then you removed some...why?

Marie Reed said...

Holy Moly! Those look so yummy! You are quite the talented baker!

Webradio said...

Hello !

Ils sont grands "big" Tes macarons ! Woauh...

Maria said...

Oh ayamlin, you make me take a plane and come over to Tokyo and eat up all your macaroons one day!
And don't say that I have not warned you! :)
Have a nice day my dear!

mommaof4wife2r said...

hello there...i am visiting your blog for the first time. i love macaroons! but, honestly, i love anything sweet.

i see you are in Toyko...and one of my favorite places in the world is Japan. My visit there was the most amazing time...and the countryside was beautiful and the people were wonderful...and the food. Oh, the food! Anyway, I will be back to see more of your blog again soon.

fishing guy said...

Ayamlin: That certainly looks like a nice treat.

marina said...

Why are you doing this to me? I'm on a diet and I mustn't eat anything not dietetic!And they look delicious...

*The picture in my post is a poster which the government gives to all the taverns which use pure stuffes to cook food for their clients.*

SandyCarlson said...

They look delicious! I love macaroons.

ayamlin said...

* doggybloggy +
Hello doggybloggy!
wow! Thank you very much for reading all my blog!
I appreciate it a lot:) and I'm happy to hear that:)
but I don't remove any posts!

* Marie Reed *
Hi Marie!
Thank you for saying that!
I'm flattered!!
I'm jeaous of you.
because you can eat incredible macaroon because you live in France!

* Webradio *
Hi Webradio!
I'm flattered!
French macaroons are very popular in Japan!
Can I ask you something?
Woauh means Uhh?

Marie Reed said...

I love your postcard idea! Trading them would be so much fun! You're such a clever lady!

jaejae said...

ayamlin.. without the title, i'd mistake it for hamburgers! hahaha!

isn't macaroons great with coffee?

jaejae said...

speaking of food and tokyo... let me just share this short story; together with my family, we had dinner last sunday at our favorite asian restaurant. as usual, i had my favorite 'maki' & 'sashimi' and the kids had stir-fried noodles and some lemon chicken. my 6-yr old said: 'pop, are these plates authentic chinawares?' and i confidently said 'yes, of course they are!'. and she replied a few seconds after 'so, authentic chinawares are actually made in japan!'

hahahaha! the plates are all made in japan!

ayamlin said...

* Maria *
Hi maria!
I'm sure we met up in Austria or Tokyo someday.
I look forward to seeing you.
And I want you to eat my macaroon.
So I keep practicing it:)

* mommaof4wife2r *
Hello mommaof4wife2r!
Thank you for coming to my blog!
and I' very happy to read your comment:)
I wanna get along with you from now on:)
I'm looking forward to talking about various things:)

* fishing guy *
Hi fishing guy!
I'm flattered:)
Actually I make too many macaroons.
So today I brought them to work:)

* marina *
Hello marina!
Actually I'm on a diet, too!
So I don't eat them. just making them:)
I cant' eat them. So I brought them to work today:)

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Very delicate flowers!
Marvelous post in TODAY'S FLOWERS.
Hope to see you every week here!
Thanks for your support, also!


ayamlin said...

* jaejae *
Hello jaejae!
wow! your comment made me surprise:) ahaha
it's not hamburgers! oh!! ahaha:)
Yeah, macaroons go with coffee:)
By the way thank you for a short story about your family:)
Actually the asian restaurant use very good dishes:)
Because Chinese dishes are cheaper than Japanese.
and sometimes Chinese dishes are made with lead.
It's not good for health!
anyway, I'm pleased you enjoyed eating 'maki' & 'sashimi' with your family:)

Pietro said...

Oh, I'd like to taste your macaroons! They must be very appetizing!

ayamlin said...

* Pietro *
Hi Pietro!
Thank you so much for your sweet comment as usual:)
I wish you ate this macaroon that I made!