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8 Responses to “Links”

  1. Kathleen says:

    Love your website. Was looking for lemon curd and your recipe and detailed pictures are absolutely wonderful. I will be making that soon. Just bought a bearss lemon tree to replace one I lost in one of the hurricanes. No fruit this year but I have plenty of friends willing to share their prolific bounty!

  2. Gellyn says:

    Hi! I love your site. I also downloaded the PDF file for Mastering the art of Macaron! I am looking forward to making more of macarons soon :)

  3. Erica Victoria says:

    Hi, came across your website & I must say – I love your website and most importantly love your sharing as it will help us to beone step closer to be a professional pastry . Please continue with your excellent work and looking forward to more of your sharing.


  4. Lily says:

    Thank you for sharing your talent. I graduated Patisserie & baking from Le Cordon Bleu Seattle & loved all that I learnt from there. I also make French Macarons, but I’m always looking for new ideas & other recipes… btw, I love Dobos Torte…. just made a bunch of mini macarons( for my neighbour’s daughter’s birthday) & Opera Torte. I also make my own puff pastry & Danish Pastries…..yumm….going to gain a bunch of weight just talking about it. Thank you for your generousity in sharing & may God bless you.

  5. sandra salinas says:

    I love your blog!!!!!!!!! everything comes out exactly as you show it, thank you!!!!

  6. nancy markle says:

    WOW… I just found the best kept secret EVER…..your blog. You are awesome. Can’t wait to start baking with you!!!

  7. carol pruitt says:

    I want to make your ginger ice cream for an upcoming luncheon for friends. What simple cookie could I make to compliment the ice cream. Also can I used fresh squeezed ginger juice in the custard and delete the simmering process with the fresh chunked ginger? Thanks for your advice, you have a great website.

  8. PastryPal says:

    Carol — Almost any type of cookie would go with ginger ice cream. Nut cookies, butter cookies, chocolate cookies, lemon cookies, coconut cookies. I’ve never tried ginger juice and don’t have any experience with the type of flavor it has, or how strong it is. Since it is a liquid, I would substitute out some of the milk in the recipe. If you try it, let us know how it goes.

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