Memorial Macaron Weekend Grand Marnier Macaron


For the final Rainbow of colors and flavored Macarons, we created a Blood Orange Shell with A White and Chocolate Grand Marnier Ganache
This concludes our macaron rainbow of


flavors and colors for now.

When I began this Memorial Weekend blog I was so excited to have a full weekend with Sydney, my kitchen, wonderfully fresh ingredients, and time to catch up with Sydney before her high school graduation. I am happy to report the weekend was divine, but time passes before my eyes and in just 48 brief hours she will graduate.
I know and want her to move on to the next journey successfully, if I have done my parenting job correctly she will be an independent, caring persons. I selfishly am going to miss seeing her beautiful dimpled cheek face, she is an extraordinary young women and a remarkable “chef”!


  1. Bobbie, I just thought I ought to comment on the Macarons. I think eating your macaron is like getting a glimpse of heaven.
    Great website, and great blog! I especially love the part about you and Sydney! xoxo, Noe

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  3. Beautiful vibrant colors! Your macarons are perfect. Where did you learn how to make macarons?

  4. Actually I taught myself, through trial and error.

  5. Orange and chocolate are one of favorite flavors, sounds heavenly in a macaron. Any chance the recipe will be released

  6. two words excellent, bravo!

  7. I like this web site its a master peace ! Glad I found this on google .

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