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French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

Cheereeo, that is so sweet of you!!! Thank you so much, I really appreciate.

There are some really nice people around here ;o)

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

I use lemon curd for the macarons... I am lazy, I buy it at the store... I should probably try to make my own and save a few $. I passed my food handling license last night and possibly found a co-op kitchen at a local church. Things are moving along!

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

My goodness, that lemon chèvre tart sounds delicious!!!!!! A bakery with your wonderful desserts and my macarons would be perfect. I am meeting with a restaurateur who is going to let me know what needs to be done in CT in order to open a business. I might also be able to rent in his space... Keeping my fingers crossed.

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

You are absolutely right pain au chocolat! I am looking to rent a commercial kitchen, but with no steady revenue it's a big investment for someone like me. I am basically at the same stage as you :o) What is it that you make?

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

Go check mine on www.macaronsct.com, I have a lot more flavors (chocolate, lemon, mango, pistachio, salty caramel, rose, raspberry, coffee-Cognac, fig, etc...).

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

Debvil, I am French, I love Isabelle et Vincent, but their macarons suck... They don't even look like a real macaron.

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

I can give you a few to taste but you'll have to meet me somewhere in Monroe or Shelton :p

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

Sure, I have some nice boxes to display them. Just email me at carolinemoretti@yahoo.com when you are ready.

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

Why are you asking?

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

Huntington :)

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

I have been making them for the last two years. Ideally, I would like to sell online and ship them by mail in order to build a clientele and get some revenue. My dream would be to own a little shop!!!! Opening a bakery in Connecticut involves a lot of regulations and I am trying to find a way to get started (renting a commercial kitchen, getting a food handler license, etc...). This is very intimidating, but I was told that my macarons were just as good as Ladurée. I finally was able to confirm that recently. My husband came back from France a couple weeks ago with a full box of their macarons and I couldn't tell the difference from mine. The only advantage they have is the selection in their flavors :)))

French Macarons in Greater New Haven?

I bake them out of my house, trying to open my own business. www.macaronsct.com