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Then I followed up with a cheesecake filling with a meringue buttercream instead of American buttercream which contains powdered sugar. A ring of this cheesecake frosting is piped on the outside to create a dam and the inside is filled with a dollop of pumpkin spice curd.

This combo is structurally sturdy and tastes delicious! One of the challenges of working with cream cheese is that it can separate if over beaten. One of the extra steps taken to combat this is to cream and soften the cream cheese ahead of time so that it can be easily incorporated into the buttercream without the need for much more beating.

Now let's just say, despite all your best efforts to prevent the cream cheese frosting from separating, it does. You'll see that the mixture will become broken, sweaty and lumpy. Normally, a broken looking buttercream can usually come back together after beating some more.

With the addition of the cream cheese, this doesn't happen. The water separates from the cream cheese and the more you beat it, the worse it gets. Don't throw the mixture away in frustration. I know, it will look so ugly that you might be tempted to.

To fix it, boil a pot of water and once it comes to a boil, hold the mixture in a heat-proof boil over the boiling water and let it heat up. Stir it gently to keep it moving. Once it has melted to an almost smooth consistency, immediately remove it off the heat. Let it cool to room temperature.

I like to put it in the fridge for a few minutes to speed it up. Beat it on low speed with the paddle attachment on a stand mixer.

Now watch as it slowly and miraculously turns from a runny mixture into a thick and fluffy cream cheese frosting! I hope you enjoyed reading a little bit of the thought and journey that went into creating this recipe. Recipe development for me takes days and multiple test batches because I like to work from scratch, I'm always excited to share the end result with all of you.

Print out this recipe, try your hand at it and let me know how it goes. Thanks so much for reading. If you need another idea for Fall, try my super fluffy Japanese Carrot Spice Cake Roll.

Oh, I've also included a special pumpkin macaron template for you all to download too. See below. Beat the softened cream cheese until creamy.

Do NOT over beat since it can cause the water to separate out from the cheese. Whisk the mixture until the temperature reaches F. This temperature is generally accepted to be able to kill salmonella in eggs. Pour the mixture into the Kitchenaid mixer and whisk on low with the balloon whisk, then turn it up to medium.

Once the mixture is stiff and the bottom of the bowl is cool to the touch, stop mixer. Change the whisk attachment to the paddle attachment. Add the room temperature butter a little bit at a time while beating with the paddle attachment at medium speed. The mixture might look curdled or separated for a while but keep mixing.

It will all come together. Keep grams of the buttercream for use in our current recipe. Freeze the rest of the buttercream for use at a later date. Add the softened cream cheese into the buttercream and beat until incorporated.

It should look very smooth and creamy. Do NOT over beat. Once the water comes out of the cream cheese, the mixture will curdle. If this happens, see how to fix it in the introduction to this post. Take off the heat and drain the excess liquid out with a strainer. Let mixture sit on the strainer until all the liquid is drained out.

Pipe a ring of cream cheese frosting on the macaron shell and fill the center with a dallop of pumpkin spice filling. Castor sugar is an extra fine granulated sugar also known as berry sugar. It can be substituted with granulated sugar.

If cream cheese is over beaten, the water will start to separate from it. Read the introduction in this post to learn how to fix it. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases. This information is provided as a courtesy and is an estimate only.

This information comes from online calculators. Although indulgewithmimi. com attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, these figures are only estimates. Please leave a comment on the blog or share a photo on Instagram.

Since I do The harvesting of sustainable food requires that we replenish the same resources that we take away so that there is supply for incoming generations. And doing all of this locally adds to these efforts since resources used for transportation and packaging are reduced.

Doing the right thing is not always easy but its good to find perfect examples of these organizations in my own backyard. Northern Divine is a local fish farm based on the Sunshine Coastt which produces organic sustainable sturgeons certified by the Ocean Wise program.

These fish are grown to a size of several hundred pounds and in the Fraser River waters they take about 11 years to mature and start producing caviar. It's a long term investment in the region and Northern Divine has several thousand of these fish, at one time, all in different stages of their life cycle.

Although the sturgeon is most notably known for producing some of the best caviar in the world, it turns out that it is also a very delicious tasting fish on its own. Chef Vij and Chef Clark cleverly incorporated a different part of the sturgeon in every course so nothing goes to waste.

We had a few sturgeon steaks in the classic filet style but more interestingly - the sturgeon fin soup and sturgeon liver pate. I loved how the fish is boneless, non-fishy and had a firm texture, without which causes kids to dislike fish.

Come to think of it, its actually a very family-friendly fish. It can be found at Choices market in the lower mainland and here are some sturgeon recipes you can follow.

Sturgeon fin soup with coconut and fish pakoras and caviar by Chef Vikram Vij. Paired with Trading Post's Vikram's Weissen Beer. Sturgeon steaks 3 ways.

Left: Grilled marinated sturgeon, pickled vegetables, Vietnamese Salad by Chef Robert Clark paired with Kettle Valley Riesling. Center: Maple smoked sturgeon, buttered spinach, horseradish mousseline by Chef Clark paired with Gray Monk Pinot Auxerois. Right: Sturgeon steak with Fenugreek curry with torched spices by Chef Vij paired with Meyer Pinot Noir.

Lastly, I'd like to impart that this dinner experience had a big impact on me. Besides the amazing sturgeon dishes and the well thought out beer and wine pairings, the night highlighted the amazing things that a group of committed citizens can achieve together when they help each other succeed.

It was inspiring listening to Chef Vij talk passionately about his partnerships with local breweries, wineries and bakeries to create new products and bring new dishes to his restaurants, thereby, supporting the local economy and it's people.

Some of those collaborations came in the form of a specially formulated beer with Trading Post Brewery - a beer that comes in a small and stylish apothecary jar because as he muses "it's always nice to hold onto a bottle of beer", and chocolate cake by Langley's Tracey Cakes paired with sturgeon caviar.

Meeting the people behind the sustainable Northern Divine fish farm, the owners of local wineries, breweries and bakeries, you can see how much people thrive when they are supported by their local community.

You can never go wrong when you go local. Chef Vij gave a heartfelt closing speech about supporting the local economy and what is means to be a Canadian in our multi-cultural society.

Disclosure: I was invited to attend this dinner event. Lemon Lavender Macaron Recipe with lavender infused shells and a sturdy macaron-friendly lemon curd.

Naturally flavored and so mouthwatering! When I was on Deborah Moore 's radio show last time, I told you about our private dinner experience prepared by Chef Travis Petersen and showed you the macarons I made for the event.

I promised a recipe as well so I'm finally sharing it with you all tomorrow morning on the show along with some of the other activities I've been up to: Cooking a Gourmet Meal at the Dirty Apron and Tea at the new Avery Tea House. In case you didn't read about our private dinner party experience last time, here are some photos:.

A very important element of this recipe is the strong and sturdy macaron-friendly lemon curd. Most macarons containing lemon curd tends to be wet and soggy since lemon curd is a high-moisture filling. Today, we'll be making one that is strong and sturdy and it keeps well in a macaron for a few days.

This recipe is multi-part but I think the results are worth the effort since the flavours really shine through. Any recipe with flavour infused into the macaron shell is going to be very flavourful and I hope you get a chance to try it. This new salon joins the ranks of the city's other tea offerings like L'Opera Patisserie and Adorabelle.

It's located in a shopping plaza on the corner of Garden City and Alderbridge. The outside looks like any of the other shops in the plaza but inside the space is filled with opulent looking furnishings, gold gilding and crystals everywhere complete with a self-playing grand piano in white.

Basically, the same level of opulence you see at L'Opera but on a much larger scale. Crystals and gold gilding everywhere you look. Tables were comfortably spaced apart and was large enough for two 3-tier trays plus additional dishes. Left: A beautiful dessert showcase display where you can order regular sized desserts to go or eat-in.

Right: a self-playing grand piano. The space is so large that it has the capacity to serve over 60 guests at a time. Space is usually so tight at most tea houses ex. the notoriously cramped Adonia that this is quite a nice surprise. There is a good amount of spacing between each table so you can sit comfortably without bumping the seat behind you.

The chairs are big and comfy, and the tables for four are large enough to place two 3-tiered trays comfortably along with all the other dishes in the tea set. While we're on the subject of size, the tea set itself features some of the biggest dessert pieces I've ever seen in an afternoon tea set even bigger than at Neverland.

One such piece - the fruit tart - was actually sold on its own inside their display case as a regular sized dessert. This is definitely a tea set that will satisfy those with a heartier appetite.

I had so much leftovers that it could have made a completely new tea set. The starters were brought out on an adorable white push cart. Left: organic red potato salad and creamy spinach soup.

Right: Strawberry cream puff with mixed fruit. So much details! The macarons were carefully plated with sugar decorations and strawberries. Avery cakes really has it all - almost. It's a big and brand new space that we heard took one year to renovate.

Tons of thought was put into the furnishings and even the menu - fully illustrated and listing the ingredient composition of each tea. There is branded takeaway boxes and even Avery branded tea ware!

The tea set itself was also of a good quality and size. Even the extra thought put into plating the macarons really impressed me. So, naturally, with all these over-the-top offerings, we were excited and wanted to know more about this place.

Except, there was no one there who could answer even simple questions like whether the shop was a chain or an independent it's an independent. Firstly, the staff were not very attentive and secondly, when reached, one didn't have the answer and had to refer us to another staff member who answered without much enthusiasm for the brand.

We were the only table in the tea salon for well over two hours and there were four front line staff who spent the majority of the time chit chatting with each other at the counter.

I appreciated that they were all willing to help once we were able to get their attention. However, I feel like they may possibly be the missing link; the company needs a mouthpiece to convey its grand ambitions to their clients and who better to do it than front line staff?

I can just see so much potential with all the infrastructure they have in place but also feel that it's missing something - an intangible energy.

That elusive quality may not be what everyone chases when it comes to tea and I would definitely recommend Avery on all it's other merits - location, ambiance and quality.

All of it which it has in spades. Left: Avery branded tea ware. There was a unique design for each of us. Right: Tea pots were kept warm with teapot warmers. My takeaway box can make a completely new tea set! Notable Points: - newest tea offering in Richmond - huge spacious tea salon - many seats accommodate big parties - many dessert offerings aside from tea sets - big tea menu - free parking - Asian style desserts that are less sweet - regular sized dessert offering will take you by surprise.

Ambience : Luxurious old world style furnishings including lots of crystal chandeliers, crystal waterfall display, self playing piano, plush chairs with carved design and shelves displaying tea ware. It's a spacious salon that accommodates well over 60 people.

There is sufficient space between each table and many of them benefit from receiving natural light as the salon is a corner unit with floor to ceiling windows. Savoury: They were all fresh and tasty. Compared to the desserts, they were smaller in size but comparable to any other tea set currently being offered by other tea houses.

There wasn't a particular piece which stood out for me though. They were good enough but not memorable. Sweets: The regular sized desserts were truly a surprise after seeing the unusually small ones from other tea houses ex. Rose House. One of these desserts were even offered in their dessert display case as an a la carte item.

The tea set itself is very dessert heavy so there are a lot of items to choose from! The macarons with special plating was a nice thoughtful touch and they were super fluffy!

The Creme Brulee in a little ramiken cup was very rich and creamy. The cream puff was filled with a smooth pastry cream that was perfectly sweetened not too sweet. The mango cheesecake was dense and creamy, delicious but didn't exhibit any cheesy flavours.

Tea: Big tea menu! There were 12 Rooibos flavours to choose from which is a lot compared to other tea houses, 12 greens and 17 blacks. Each tea was also accompanied with a description of its composition which helps greatly when ordering.

Teaware: Very grand looking tea tray adorned with "Hermes inspired" horses. There were many designs for tea cups so everyone had their own design which helped to distinguish between who's who. It was a surprise to find that the cups were branded with the companies logo as well.

Tea Warmers with candles kept the pot of tea warm - something not usually offered seen at the Rose House. Alcoholic Beverages: No alcoholic beverage service. See other tea spots in Vancouver which serves alcohol - Mosquito , Trump Hotel , Laduree , Fairmont Pacific Rim , Notch 8.

Service: There were at least four servers on staff for our one table during a time when the restaurant was totally unoccupied but the staff spent a majority of the time standing around the counter chatting with each other. We were not checked on but occasionally when we caught their eye, one member would come by happily to refill hot water.

They were all willing to help when requested but lacked the motivation to do so on their own. Closest Car2Go drop off and pickup is at Kwantlen College which is 9 minutes away by foot.

Macarons filled with a lemon cream and curd that won't make macarons soggy. It's a mouthwatering and delicious macaron recipe made with REAL lemons - no artificial flavours. I don't know about you, but I found that every macaron filled with lemon curd I've had in the past has been soggy since fruit curds are higher in moisture than other fillings.

So in this recipe, I created a lemon curd recipe that would not cause the macaron shells to become soggy. The curd itself is low in moisture so it won't start eating away at the macarons shells get my Best Macaron Recipe here.

A lemon curd is made first and then added into a Swiss meringue buttercream to create a lemon buttercream. The buttercream is piped into a ring shape, creating a dam, which will then be filled with the low-moisture lemon curd.

The end result is a very sturdy and lemon-y curd that holds up inside the macaron for days. I'm so pleased with the results and I hope you will get a chance to test out this new recipe. It's perfect for those who are looking for a macaron that is "less sweet".

One of the most common complaints about macarons is that they are "too sweet", I am from the camp that you should take macarons as they are.

Either you like them or you don't and forgo manipulating the sugar level in the shells to make it less sweet. Sugar is one of the few but basic ingredients in the shells and you need a certain amount of it for it to be stable. There are still ways to get around the perception of it's sweetness and one of them is to consider the fillings that it's being paired with.

The type and flavour of the fillings can greatly impact how sweet the resulting macarons will be. An American Buttercream - one that is made with icing sugar and butter - will be considerably sweeter than the Swiss or Italian version.

Learn more about different Macaron Filling Types here. My personal preference is to never use an American buttercream with macarons. It may be a sweet indulgence on cupcakes but it's sugary taste can be too much when paired with an already sweet macaron shell. Another quick remedy to reduce the sweetness in macarons is to fill it with a tart fruit filling.

The acidity in fruit fillings is a perfect mouthwatering contrast to the sweet shells. One of my favourite fruit fillings is the lemon buttercream with a lemon curd center.

I really appreciate how this flavour can be achieved entirely with the fruit itself without the need for artificial flavourings. To make the lemon curd: Zest the organic lemon, set aside.

Cream butter and sugar together until incorporated. Add egg and beat until incorporated. If not already using, move mixture into a heatproof glass bowl, add lemon juice and beat until incorporated.

Some metal bowls can react to the acidity in the lemon juice. Place over a pot of boiling water. Do not let the bottom touch the water. Whisk gently to keep the mixture moving as it heats up. Occasionally, check the temperature of the mixture.

You should see the curd thicken up and it will coat the back of your spoon. Allow the mixture to reach FF. It might take a while min , so be patient. Take the mixture off the heat, add the lemon zest into the hot mixture to release the oils and mix until combined. Pour through a sieve into another bowl for a smooth curd.

Let it cool down then place in the fridge. It will set up into an even firmer and thicker curd after you've chilled it in the fridge. To make lemon buttercream: Bring a small pot of water to a boil.

Place egg whites and sugar into a heat proof bowl. Stainless steel is light and safe. Add butter a little bit at a time while beating with the paddle attachment at medium speed. Add 8 tablespoon of the curd into the buttercream, a tablespoon at a time and beat until incorporated.

To Assemble: pair two similar sized shells together. Pipe a ring of lemon buttercream as a dam then fill it with the lemon curd. Assemble with other shell.

Place in an airtight container in the fridge and give it hours to mature before eating. Dinner time sometimes involve real tears at my house. As I've mentioned before in the first post from my Easy Meal Recipes series, dinner time involves quite a bit of drama sometimes.

I am not a good cook and when I try a new recipe, I'm often scrambling to complete each step like a mad woman with no clear direction. My kitchen is often a complete mess afterwards too. I just can't seem to multi-task in a calm and focused manner like I do when I bake. I've often wondered why there is such a dichotomy between the way I bake and the way I cook.

I think some of it may be due to a lack of confidence handling raw meat and the fear of poisoning myself meat at my house is always overcooked , the dislike of splashing hot oils and the fear of creating a kitchen fire, and a general lack of passion for it due to so many failed attempts at cooking on my own.

So if you told me I would be creating a 3 course gourmet seafood meal in 3 hours all on a gas stove top, I would not have believed it but that was exactly what I did when I was invited to a cooking class at The Dirty Apron hosted by Alicia Fashionista and Villa Maria Wines.

The structure of the cooking class goes like this. First, we sit down for a cooking demonstration by the chef instructor and then we head to our own cooking station, which we share with one other person, to start cooking.

The ingredients for each course is carefully laid out on a tray so all you need to do is focus on cooking with the materials in front of you. I don't know how it happened but I transformed into a little gourmet chef for a few hours under the direction of Chef John. Sure, on several occasions he asked me why I was standing so far away from the flames Um because I could burn myself!

If anyone can, I can! and he also swapped my small paring knife which I was perfectly content in using for an "intimidating" big French knife. But it was exactly that no-nonsense push that I needed from him to whip me into shape.

And, of course, we couldn't have seafood without some white wine! It's always been my personal preference to have Sauvignon Blanc with shellfish and Villa Maria Wines introduced us to their version along with an off-dry Pinot Gris which was paired with our third course of pan roasted halibut with charred tomato vinaigrette.

All the ingredients we need are clearly laid out on the tray before we begin cooking each course. Tomato Coconut Mussels. This was amazing and the sauce was so good on its own too! It was surprisingly easy to cook and I loved how it did not involve splashing hot oils.

Here, we are having it with a Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc which makes a perfect pairing. Maple Seared Scallops over Chorizo Ragout and Pea Coulis, plated by yours truly. Pan roasted halibut over sauteed spinach and fingerling potatoes.

We used a metal ring to first place the potatoes and spinach inside for this pretty presentation. The fish was then placed on top with a charred tomato vinaigrette.

This dish was paired with an off dry Pinot Gris from Villa Maria. Cardamom caramel poached pear with chocolate sauce. The chocolate sauce was thick, creamy and rich. It's worth sabotaging your diet for! For me, I think failures don't breed success, success breeds success and luckily for me, the evening taught me that I was capable of cooking a delicious gourmet meal without burning anything down.

It was a surprise to me that in a few hours, my confidence for cooking grew immensely. Chef John showed me to cook with more passion instead of viewing cooking as a practical means for survival each day. I have the recipes of our dishes from the night stashed away in my recipes folder, I'm excited to cook the mussels again for a dinner party and open a bottle of Sauv Blanc from Villa Maria Wines as well.

I'll also try not to burn the house down 🙂. Many thanks to my cooking partner, Emma of VancouverFoodie, for holding my hand at every step! This is my Best Macaron Recipe translated into Spanish. Thank you so much to Monica Reymundo for all her hard work on this!

I hope you all enjoy this recipe and here is the link to the English version. Estas son mi marca favorita de la estera del silicón y el tamaño. Una es en blanco y el otro tiene una plantilla de macaron conveniente imprimir en.

Me gusta la versión en blanco para usar con mis plantillas de arte macarrón ya que es más fácil ver la plantilla por debajo. La estera con la plantilla de macaron impreso es conveniente para un montón de tuberías de conchas redondas a la vez.

Trabajo de preparación: Preparar todo lo que necesitas por adelantado para tuberías tus macarons porque una vez que la masa esté lista, debe utilizarse inmediatamente. Luego usar tazones de fuente para almacenar huevo de "envejecimiento". Agua y las yemas de las claras de huevo hará muy difícil a batir el huevo en picos rígidos.

Coloque las claras de huevo en un bol muy limpio, seco y sin aceite. Abrigo con el abrigo de Ceram y meter unos agujeros en ella. Poner en la nevera para deshidratar hasta que esté listo para usar.

Proporcionando una superficie plana lisa de tuberías sus cáscaras se les impidió separarse en formas extrañas. Mis plantillas de macaron gratis están disponibles para suscriptores del boletín.

Por favor regístrese para el boletín y se le enviará una contraseña para acceder a la zona sólo miembros. Recuerde confirmar su suscripción ya que es un proceso de doble Opt-in. Gire la bolsa e introdúzcalo en el extremo de la tubería. Actuará como un sello y detener cualquier bateador de escaparse fuera de la punta al comenzar a llenarlo.

Coloque esta bolsa dentro de un vaso. Abrir la parte superior para que puedan tener ambas manos libres llenar la bolsa más adelante. Tire a la basura curso almendras o azúcar bits pueden causar las claras de huevo a desinflar y terminarás con un macaron colapsado o desigual. No olvide añadir tamizadas cantidades para compensar las cantidades desechadas de nuevo.

Este descanso periodo ayudará el macaron desarrollar pies. una vez que todo el azúcar haya sido incorporado plenamente y antes de llegar a formen picos, agregar gotas de gel de color a tu gusto.

Bata hasta que esté tieso picos. El término "Formen picos" se deriva de cómo las claras de huevo aparecen cuando usted tira de la bata fuera de él.

Debe ser tan firme que literalmente pararse verticalmente y hacia arriba sin volver a caer en sí mismo. También, prueba poniendo la taza completamente boca abajo.

Los blancos no deben resbalar o caer, en cambio se mantiene firme dentro del recipiente. prueba de rigidez de merengue. Una vez que ha llegado "tieso" parar y no batir más.

El merengue debe también arrancar agrupar dentro de la boca como esta. El merengue debe arrancar agrupar dentro de la boca.

Es cómo rígida que necesita su merengue francés para hacer macarons. Verter un tercio de la mezcla de almendra en las claras de huevo.

Doblar suavemente las claras de huevo a la mezcla de harina y el azúcar almendra. Luego agregar el resto de la mezcla de almendra. Cómo doblar: Este es un paso muy importante en el macaron proceso llamado "macaronage". Tome la espátula y suavemente pasar por debajo de la mezcla, utilice un movimiento de abajo-en-hasta-en barrido como está raspado alrededor de la taza hacia el centro mientras gira el recipiente al mismo tiempo.

En ocasiones, cortar por el centro de la mezcla hasta incorporar los ingredientes en el centro. Así, muy suavemente toma su espátula y barrido contra la parte superior de la masa a desinflar correctamente parte del aire en la mezcla. Si te retiras suavemente, eventualmente incorporará a una mezcla aunque puede no parecer será al principio.

No es necesario mezclar o revolver. Plegable adecuadamente asegurará de que el aire burbujas que vencer en su huevo no desinflar cuando incorpore con los ingredientes secos más pesados.

Quiere vencer a parte del aire que se creó en los azotes del huevo blancos, pero no tanto que su completamente desinflado y evita que los pies desarrollando. dejar de doblar cuando su masa haya alcanzado un "lava" como o consistencia de la miel De vez en cuando, verifique la consistencia para comprobar la cocción.

El éxito de tus macarons dependerá en gran medida su capacidad para medir Cuándo dejar de doblar su masa. Si utiliza papel de pergamino, frote un poco de masa en la parte inferior de las cuatro esquinas del papel pergamino. Se usa como un "pegamento" para mantener el documento que se adjunta a la bandeja y tubería.

O utilizar imanes para fijar el papel sobre la bandeja. Utilizando la espátula, suavemente transferir la masa en la Manga pastelera. La masa al tamaño del círculo en la plantilla de la tubería. A partir del centro sujetando la Manga pastelera vertical y exprimir y aplicar presión uniforme a todos los lados hasta que la masa casi ha alcanzado el tamaño de la plantilla, gire la punta alrededor de la espalda hacia el centro y tire lejos, que es donde quieres tu masa al extremo.

Idealmente, si su masa se ha mezclado correctamente y está en la consistencia correcta, cualquier "niples" o "colas" deben hundirse a sí mismo. También, recuerde exprimir la masa de la parte superior de la bolsa sin manejo excesivamente ya que no desea que la estructura de la masa cerca del final a ser comprometida.

rap varias veces la bandeja sobre el mostrador. Esto permitirá que cualquier aire burbujas para escapar y evita que tus macarons agrietamiento durante el proceso de cocción.

Rap una o dos veces, girar la bandeja y repetir. deja reposar en el contador de 30 minutos y hasta una "piel" se ha desarrollado. Dejar las cáscaras hilo descansar bajo el ventilador de la campana de gama. Ayudará a secarlos hacia fuera. No utilice un ventilador que sopla en un ángulo, ya que hará que tus macarons a ser desproporcionado.

Una vez que la cáscara se ve opaco y mate brillante como cuando primero era hilo, prueba en una cáscara de sacrificio. Tocar ligeramente la superficie de la cáscara y si no la masa se pega a los dedos, ha desarrollado una "piel".

Quedará muy claro cuando se ha desarrollado una piel, usted será capaz de tocar sin la masa a los dedos. Va también no sangrar fácilmente así. Descansando el macaron es un paso crucial que permite que sus conchas se endurezca y de tal modo, lo que le permite ser lo suficientemente fuerte como para desarrollar pies durante su tiempo en el horno.

Muchas recetas no explicar claramente el propósito de este período de descanso y se ha convertido en un tema polémico. Algunos panaderos dicen que nunca descansan sus macarons y algunos juran por ella. Para mí, creo que depende de si o no ha desarrollado una "piel".

El tiempo no es tan importante como la presencia de una piel y un mate opaco. A veces en un ambiente húmedo o su masa es mala, demasiado que moquea puede descansar tus macarons durante 30 minutos y una piel aún no se desarrollen mientras que en otros días, una piel puede desarrollar rápidamente sin este período de descanso.

Esa es probablemente la razón por qué algunos panaderos afirman que nunca descansan sus macarons. He probado esto muchas veces en mi cocina y he encontrado que voy a tener pies grandes, una vez que se ha desarrollado una piel, sin importar el tiempo de descanso.

Coloque un termómetro de horno en el horno para que la temperatura sea correcta. Muchos panaderos asumen que sus hornos estén a la temperatura correcta cuando de hecho la temperatura ha aumentado o disminuido durante el proceso de cocción sin su conocimiento.

Coloque la bandeja en el estante del medio y hornear durante minutos. Hornear solo una bandeja a la vez. Use una espátula para golpee ligeramente los pies, debe ser firme y no empuje hacia atrás.

Mueva la parte superior de la cáscara de izquierda a derecha, no debería ser inestable. Despegue ligeramente el papel para hornear y el macaron debe desprenderse fácilmente sin pegarse. Esto no funciona bien en silpats aunque. Si no pasa las pruebas anteriores, poner en el horno y hornear un extra 1 minuto a la vez.

Si los fondos son sólo un poquito pegajosos solo un poco sin embargo , mantener en la bandeja se enfríe durante unos 15 minutos. Si sin embargo, los fondos ya están marrones, desprenda limpiamente o aparecen demasiado cocidos, quitar la bandeja caliente se enfríe.

Romper una abierta y verifique el interior, debe ser totalmente ajustado y no excesivamente húmedo. Si está demasiado húmeda se derrumbará las cookies cuando enfríe.

Errar en el lado de encima para hornear en lugar de bajo de la hornada como la maduración proceso serán capaces de salvamento sobre macarrones al horno. Ver paso. Colocar el relleno en una manga pastelera y exprimir una cucharada de él en el centro. No necesita demasiado, no quiere que aplasta hacia fuera más allá de la cáscara una vez que se monta al otro lado de la cáscara del macaron.

dejar en la nevera en un recipiente hermético y dejarlos madurar por 24 horas. Mejor se comen después de 24 horas ya que los sabores se absorberá en la cáscara. El proceso de maduración puede ser acelerado también frotando ligeramente la parte inferior de las cáscaras con un jarabe que es el mismo sabor como el relleno.

Leche también funciona! después de 24 horas de maduración en la nevera, traer de vuelta a temperatura ambiente 30 minutos antes de servir. A month ago I was asked to participate in something that was both delightful and daunting at the same time - to be one of the media judges in this year's Vanfoodster Sundae Challenge.

I was delighted because you know I'm a big, and I mean BIG fan of desserts. On the other hand, it was daunting because I tend to shiver like a little Chihuaha all year round regardless of the temperatures outside. In any group setting, I'm guaranteed to be the one person in the room wearing the most clothes all the while asking for the heat to be turned up or the AC to be turned down.

Putting the shivers aside, I have also been trying to stay disciplined on my diet. As you can remember from my recent post about how I lost my 5 pound "dessert weight", my goal was to eventually lose 7 pounds in total. I did ultimately lose 6 pounds so I was of course a bit weary about eating 11 sundaes in a span of 3 weeks.

Nevertheless, this was not called a sundae challenge for nothing. I decided to embrace it head on with a game plan. I devoted certain days to eat 2 sundaes in a day. Instead of eating them on separate days, the days when I ate 2 sundaes were my "cheat days".

I made sure they were in the same areas and I would walk to these shops. Most of the time it took over an hour to reach each shop in the sweltering late summer heat so my plan had a two-fold effect. I would burn calories and warm myself up before eating each delicious cold treat. I felt it was a dubious plan but incidentally, my scale ran out of batteries when the challenge started so I had no way to see if I was on or off track with my weight.

More on that later. After tasting each sundae, we were asked to give each creation a score from 0 to Every creation had a special name and some even had little stories which added to its originality. For example, the Earth Sun and Stars by Umaluma featured black vanilla ice cream with gold flakes which represents the stars in the sky and the Akbar Mashti tradional Iranian saffron ice cream represents the sun.

An attractive presentation was also important since sundaes are presented as sum of it's parts - ice cream and fixings like chocolate, syrup, candy, sprinkles etc.

And mind you, some were really flashy like the three tiered ice cream bubble waffle creation by Tmix Tea; some had a more elegant appeal like the Summer Pavlova by Beyond Coffee - a dainty pastel colored concoction that featured soft purple blueberry ice cream on top of a snow white meringue nest filled with lemon curd.

Lastly, taste was deemed most important and the sundaes that I finished completely on my own usually received the highest score in that department for me. Calories cannot be wasted when you're dieting! Take a look at each sundae and when you're done, head over to Vanfoodster's page to see if your pick was crowned the winner for this year's challenge.

I finally bought batteries for my scale and did a little weigh in. I gained 2 pounds from the 6 that I lost. It was worth it and I'm just glad it wasn't more than that since some of the creations were so good, I finished them all by myself.

This post got me thinking again and I think I will be back for another sundae sooner than later. This sundae by Beyond Coffee is composed of a pretty meringue nest filled with lemon cream and topped with blueberry gelato and compote.

This is the Creme Brulee Sundae from Ice Queen - pudding dessert on top of flash frozen pudding ice cream rolls. Another pudding was broken down and then incorporated into the ice cream mixture, then rolled.

The flavours really come through. I couldn't have found a more fitting sundae to eat on solar eclipse day at umalumagelato. The black vanilla ice cream with gold flakes represents the stars in the sky and the Akbar Mashti tradional Iranian saffron ice cream represents the sun. Lychee Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream with tiny chunks of water chestnut which adds a nice crunchy texture in a healthy way.

I definitely needed back up for this vanilla bean gelato topped with two fresh churros and cinnamon dust adorned by a mini concha. And there's really a cannoli on top of this sundae along with caramelized Okanagan peaches, candied pecans topped with crushed Sicilian Cannoli shells and chocolate drizzle.

Okay, let's just say it has everything 🙂. Sour Cherry and Pistachio ice cream nestled inside a light and crispy waffle bowl. It's name and inspiration comes from it's predecessor, the sour cherry chocolate bar with the same name.

This sundae is made with Cocowhip vegan coconut soft serve and topped with crunchy oats, hemp seeds and matcha. I hear it's Canada's first vegan soft soft. Have you ever had sweet corn ice cream? It's my first time? a sundae filled with Salted Caramel and Sweet corn Ice cream topped with popcorn, gummies and chips.

It's meant to feed people. What was I thinking trying to tackle this alone? It's rare to find a late night dessert bar that is both sophisticated and sexy in this city but there is one establishment that happens to possess that elusive quality - Mosquito in Gastown.

Opened since , Mosquito has made a name for itself as an upscale dessert and champagne lounge. They have an extensive drinks menu filled with smart cocktails, wine and post-dinner drinks.

Their decadent and perfectly plated desserts are also a draw although you'd never be able to capture a good photo since it has that sexy dark candle-lit ambiance that is mesmerizing for romance but not so much for the camera shutter - until now.

Over the summer, Mosquito introduced it's afternoon tea service with sittings on Sunday afternoons only from pm. It was nice to see the lounge in the daytime since I have only been there once during the evening.

This time, in the light, the beautiful architectural details were definitely more perceivable and eye catching. For a dessert heavy weight like Mosquito, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the savoury offerings were also just as delicious as the desserts.

I enjoyed every piece on the tray and even the one dessert piece which didn't "work" for my taste - the miso chocolate tart - was impressive in it's presentation and unique flavour pairing. Another edgier offering was the savoury macaron filled with mozzarella cream and tomato sauce.

The only other time I remembered having a savoury macaron during afternoon tea was at the HK Ritz Carlton. I would highly recommend it for anyone who appreciates fine desserts.

On the service side, it's professional but since it's a boutique business, you won't find the same level of attentiveness as you would when having tea at a hotel. However, it's mid-price position, amazing dessert selection and chic ambiance fully compensates for that.

Overall, I was thoroughly impressed with this fresh take on afternoon tea, it dared to push the boundaries a bit while maintaining a certain level of sophistication and beauty. Click to view the Tea Menu at Mosquito. Mosquito Afternoon Tea Menu.

Click to view. A generous basket filled with tiny madeleines. A pistachio raspberry mouse cake sits prominently on the upper tier. Left: pistachio raspberry mousse. Right: chocolate coffee mousse and mango mandarin jelly with cocoa sponge.

Miso Chocolate Tart with chocolate walnut ganache, miso butterscotch mousse topped with chocolate caviar. Left: citrus and avocado semifreddo with candie kumquat and honey yuzu foam. Right: strawberry eclair filled with mascarpone rose creme and strawberry jam.

Notable Points: - the afternoon tea service provides an opportunity to experience this sexy lounge in the daytime. Ambience: Sleek and sexy lounge with dark booth seating and wooden tables. High industrial ceilings with specially designed pendant light fixtures.

There are 2 small tables by the windows. The restaurant is partitioned into two parts, one in the front and one in the back which is much darker in the daytime.

They were tender with a delicate trace of orange blossom. Savoury: All the savouries were surprisingly well executed for a dessert heavy weight like Mosquito. I was pleasantly surprised by the smoked salmon sandwich, the bread had a nice chew and paired perfectly with an herbaceous creme fraiche.

The shell of the prosciutto quiche had a delightful buttery flavor and crumbly texture but the prosciutto itself could have been more flavorful. The savory macaron really took me by surprise.

The macaron shell was expertly made and assembled with a savory filling of mozzarella cream and tomato sauce.

The shell was full and slightly chewy and this was even consistent in the unassembled shell which did not appear to have undergone the same maturation process as the assembled one.

All the savouries were of a good size. Not teeny tiny. Sweets: The sweets exhibited all the qualities of desserts made by an expert pastry chef - correct textures, discernible flavours, complex flavour pairings finished with a sophisticated presentation.

The Miso Chocolate Tart was a bit more ambitious flavour pairing and I didn't find that it worked for me. It was a little flat since it was neither sweet nor salty and it had a little smokey bitter aftertaste.

I did appreciate the exquisite presentation of the chocolate caviar on top and that did taste good on it's own.

Tea: A small collection of teas. It's one of the most pared-down tea list I've ever seen for afternoon tea. There is 3 black, 1 green and 3 herbal. Well, I guess when you're at Mosquito you're not expected to enjoy hot tea since their alcoholic drink selections are sleeker and more unique.

Tea Ware: The desserts and savouries were presented on a hip 2 tiered wooden tea tray while the madeleines were nestled inside a dark blue napkin and served in a small bread basket which was lightly dusted with powdered sugar.

The rest of the tea ware were simple and white. Alcoholic Beverages: Similar to Trump Hotel , Laduree , Fairmont Pacific Rim , Notch 8 , alcoholic beverages can be ordered with the tea set. Service: Professional service with attention to detail. It was a bit understaffed as we found it easier and faster to flag down someone at the service station for most of the requests we were making.

Once found, everyone was more than happy to help. It's called Easy Park and it also has spaces for EVO and Car2Go share cars. Here is Part 1 of 3 events that I will share with Deborah Moore tomorrow on AM I'm always up for a good time in the company of other women who enjoy a nice meal and pretty party decors so this past weekend's ladies night was a real delight.

A fellow blogger, Maggie , YouTuber, Cici , her two friends and I had a lovely private dinner prepared by Vancouver's original Dinner in the Sky chef, Travis Petersen.

The night was made all the more special by the group effort bringing the beautiful dinner to fruition. Maggie organized, Cici hosted and decorated, Kelly contributed an exquisite floral arrangement for the table and I made macarons, of course 🙂.

Many private chefs hold private "underground" dinners in their own homes nowadays but part of this special experience was having our chef, Travis Petersen, come to us which allowed us to decorate the space in any way we desired. Cici, our gracious host, did all the decorating. She made a colorful feature wall with hanging pom poms in pretty pastel colors which ended up looking marvelous in photos.

She also prepared a pretty table setting complete with a pastel colored floral arrangement, photogenic tableware and plate chargers. Kelly also contributed by bringing a beautiful arrangement of roses and hydrangeas encased in a modern gold trimmed terranium.

Prior to the party, Cici showed me her idea of putting edible flowers into ice cubes for our drinks. She asked me where she could find them and I was at a loss even though I had always intended to use real flowers in my macarons one day.

The next best thing I could think of was my mom's organic garden. She had organic lavender which I thought just might work. So I dropped them off with Cici prior to the party and she put them into ice cubes. I just didn't know they were long ice cubes.

The long ice cubes ended up working perfectly because lavender is a vertical growing flower, and the long cubes looked wonderful peaking out of the wine glass. BTW, I discovered you can find organic edible flowers at Whole Foods! It's in the refrigerated herbs section.

Chef Petersen prepared a scrumptious 4 course meal that one would find in any fine dining restaurant. We had Grilled Portobello mushroom nicoise and ahi tuna ceviche crispy sesame wonton crackers with asian mango and avocado salad to start.

The main was an absolutely delicious Crispy skin salmon with squid ink noodles on a roasted red pepper and saffron veloute. Lastly, we ended the meal with a port poached pear with vanilla pastry cream, edible flower and cake crumble. And not only does he cook, he also does the dishes too.

So you can sit back and relax with a glass of wine and enjoy the night without worrying about the work that awaits you once your guests leave. Private Chef, Travis Petersen. A local boy, he has made a name for himself as the original Dinner in the Sky YVR Chef and as a competitor in season 3 of Master Chef Canada.

Grilled Portobello Mushroom Nicoise - grilled portobello mushroom topped with olives, roasted red pepper, grape tomato, fresh basil, goat cheese and a nicoise dressing red wine vinegar, olive oil, capers, anchovies, garlic, chilli flakes.

Ahi Tuna Ceviche Crispy Sesame Wonton Crackers with Asian Mango and Avocado Salad. Crispy skin salmon with squid ink noodles on a roasted red pepper and saffron veloute.

The salmon was slightly raw in the center so it was juicy and tender. The saffron veloute was full of flavours from long cooking process.

He had this sauce simmering for over an hour. Port poached pear with vanilla pastry cream, edible flower and cake crumble. When you eat with food bloggers nowadays, it's almost a rule to make natural light readily available either through a window or open door for the purpose of food photography.

Here we are outside on the pavement making use of the little bit of sunlight left before dinner. And finally, I think we can all agree that a floral themed party absolutely requires floral themed macarons right?

Here is my little contribution to the party - lavender lemon macarons. The shell color was kept mostly in its original almond colour with a tiny bit of Americolor gold. Once they were assembled, I brushed a tiny bit of gold dust onto the surface to create a pretty shimmer effect.

As for the filling, I piped a ring of lavender buttercream on the outside and placed a dallop of lemon buttercream on the inside. It's one of my favorite flavor combos! After having one, I was pleasantly surprised when Chef Petersen asked me for more of these 🙂.

There's been a lot of request for this recipe so I'll get it up for you as soon as I can. It's been a beautiful, busy and crazy summer.

There has been so many wonderful experiences that I am trying to live-in-the-moment for so please bear with me and I hope you are all enjoying your summer too! Matcha macarons filled with strawberry cream that is naturally colored and flavored. The shells are extra flavorful with green tea powder.

This recipe was influenced by a dinner party experience I had in which one of the guests was concerned about food that contained food colouring. Before eating each dessert item, he asked diligently if it contained any food colouring.

Unfortunately, I had indeed used some food colouring in the macaron shells so he couldn't have any due to his concern in regards to it. It really got me thinking.

Yes, brightly colored baked goods are so cute and too darn photogenic for their own good but not everyone may feel comfortable ingesting it. Los diminutos personajes naranjas disfrutan de su fiesta en la playa en esta máquina tragamonedas con cócteles, símbolos de bonificación y los propios Minions actuando como símbolos.

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Acepta CLP. I had so much leftovers that it could have made a completely new tea set. The starters were brought out on an adorable white push cart. Left: organic red potato salad and creamy spinach soup. Right: Strawberry cream puff with mixed fruit. So much details!

The macarons were carefully plated with sugar decorations and strawberries. Avery cakes really has it all - almost. It's a big and brand new space that we heard took one year to renovate. Tons of thought was put into the furnishings and even the menu - fully illustrated and listing the ingredient composition of each tea.

There is branded takeaway boxes and even Avery branded tea ware! The tea set itself was also of a good quality and size. Even the extra thought put into plating the macarons really impressed me. So, naturally, with all these over-the-top offerings, we were excited and wanted to know more about this place.

Except, there was no one there who could answer even simple questions like whether the shop was a chain or an independent it's an independent. Firstly, the staff were not very attentive and secondly, when reached, one didn't have the answer and had to refer us to another staff member who answered without much enthusiasm for the brand.

We were the only table in the tea salon for well over two hours and there were four front line staff who spent the majority of the time chit chatting with each other at the counter. I appreciated that they were all willing to help once we were able to get their attention. However, I feel like they may possibly be the missing link; the company needs a mouthpiece to convey its grand ambitions to their clients and who better to do it than front line staff?

I can just see so much potential with all the infrastructure they have in place but also feel that it's missing something - an intangible energy.

That elusive quality may not be what everyone chases when it comes to tea and I would definitely recommend Avery on all it's other merits - location, ambiance and quality. All of it which it has in spades. Left: Avery branded tea ware.

There was a unique design for each of us. Right: Tea pots were kept warm with teapot warmers. My takeaway box can make a completely new tea set! Notable Points: - newest tea offering in Richmond - huge spacious tea salon - many seats accommodate big parties - many dessert offerings aside from tea sets - big tea menu - free parking - Asian style desserts that are less sweet - regular sized dessert offering will take you by surprise.

Ambience : Luxurious old world style furnishings including lots of crystal chandeliers, crystal waterfall display, self playing piano, plush chairs with carved design and shelves displaying tea ware.

It's a spacious salon that accommodates well over 60 people. There is sufficient space between each table and many of them benefit from receiving natural light as the salon is a corner unit with floor to ceiling windows.

Savoury: They were all fresh and tasty. Compared to the desserts, they were smaller in size but comparable to any other tea set currently being offered by other tea houses.

There wasn't a particular piece which stood out for me though. They were good enough but not memorable. Sweets: The regular sized desserts were truly a surprise after seeing the unusually small ones from other tea houses ex.

Rose House. One of these desserts were even offered in their dessert display case as an a la carte item. The tea set itself is very dessert heavy so there are a lot of items to choose from! The macarons with special plating was a nice thoughtful touch and they were super fluffy!

The Creme Brulee in a little ramiken cup was very rich and creamy. The cream puff was filled with a smooth pastry cream that was perfectly sweetened not too sweet.

The mango cheesecake was dense and creamy, delicious but didn't exhibit any cheesy flavours. Tea: Big tea menu! There were 12 Rooibos flavours to choose from which is a lot compared to other tea houses, 12 greens and 17 blacks.

Each tea was also accompanied with a description of its composition which helps greatly when ordering. Teaware: Very grand looking tea tray adorned with "Hermes inspired" horses.

There were many designs for tea cups so everyone had their own design which helped to distinguish between who's who. It was a surprise to find that the cups were branded with the companies logo as well. Tea Warmers with candles kept the pot of tea warm - something not usually offered seen at the Rose House.

Alcoholic Beverages: No alcoholic beverage service. See other tea spots in Vancouver which serves alcohol - Mosquito , Trump Hotel , Laduree , Fairmont Pacific Rim , Notch 8.

Service: There were at least four servers on staff for our one table during a time when the restaurant was totally unoccupied but the staff spent a majority of the time standing around the counter chatting with each other. We were not checked on but occasionally when we caught their eye, one member would come by happily to refill hot water.

They were all willing to help when requested but lacked the motivation to do so on their own. Closest Car2Go drop off and pickup is at Kwantlen College which is 9 minutes away by foot. Macarons filled with a lemon cream and curd that won't make macarons soggy. It's a mouthwatering and delicious macaron recipe made with REAL lemons - no artificial flavours.

I don't know about you, but I found that every macaron filled with lemon curd I've had in the past has been soggy since fruit curds are higher in moisture than other fillings. So in this recipe, I created a lemon curd recipe that would not cause the macaron shells to become soggy.

The curd itself is low in moisture so it won't start eating away at the macarons shells get my Best Macaron Recipe here. A lemon curd is made first and then added into a Swiss meringue buttercream to create a lemon buttercream. The buttercream is piped into a ring shape, creating a dam, which will then be filled with the low-moisture lemon curd.

The end result is a very sturdy and lemon-y curd that holds up inside the macaron for days. I'm so pleased with the results and I hope you will get a chance to test out this new recipe. It's perfect for those who are looking for a macaron that is "less sweet".

One of the most common complaints about macarons is that they are "too sweet", I am from the camp that you should take macarons as they are. Either you like them or you don't and forgo manipulating the sugar level in the shells to make it less sweet. Sugar is one of the few but basic ingredients in the shells and you need a certain amount of it for it to be stable.

There are still ways to get around the perception of it's sweetness and one of them is to consider the fillings that it's being paired with.

The type and flavour of the fillings can greatly impact how sweet the resulting macarons will be. An American Buttercream - one that is made with icing sugar and butter - will be considerably sweeter than the Swiss or Italian version.

Learn more about different Macaron Filling Types here. My personal preference is to never use an American buttercream with macarons. It may be a sweet indulgence on cupcakes but it's sugary taste can be too much when paired with an already sweet macaron shell.

Another quick remedy to reduce the sweetness in macarons is to fill it with a tart fruit filling. The acidity in fruit fillings is a perfect mouthwatering contrast to the sweet shells. One of my favourite fruit fillings is the lemon buttercream with a lemon curd center.

I really appreciate how this flavour can be achieved entirely with the fruit itself without the need for artificial flavourings. To make the lemon curd: Zest the organic lemon, set aside.

Cream butter and sugar together until incorporated. Add egg and beat until incorporated. If not already using, move mixture into a heatproof glass bowl, add lemon juice and beat until incorporated.

Some metal bowls can react to the acidity in the lemon juice. Place over a pot of boiling water. Do not let the bottom touch the water.

Whisk gently to keep the mixture moving as it heats up. Occasionally, check the temperature of the mixture.

You should see the curd thicken up and it will coat the back of your spoon. Allow the mixture to reach FF. It might take a while min , so be patient.

Take the mixture off the heat, add the lemon zest into the hot mixture to release the oils and mix until combined. Pour through a sieve into another bowl for a smooth curd.

Let it cool down then place in the fridge. It will set up into an even firmer and thicker curd after you've chilled it in the fridge. To make lemon buttercream: Bring a small pot of water to a boil.

Place egg whites and sugar into a heat proof bowl. Stainless steel is light and safe. Add butter a little bit at a time while beating with the paddle attachment at medium speed. Add 8 tablespoon of the curd into the buttercream, a tablespoon at a time and beat until incorporated.

To Assemble: pair two similar sized shells together. Pipe a ring of lemon buttercream as a dam then fill it with the lemon curd. Assemble with other shell.

Place in an airtight container in the fridge and give it hours to mature before eating. Dinner time sometimes involve real tears at my house. As I've mentioned before in the first post from my Easy Meal Recipes series, dinner time involves quite a bit of drama sometimes.

I am not a good cook and when I try a new recipe, I'm often scrambling to complete each step like a mad woman with no clear direction. My kitchen is often a complete mess afterwards too.

I just can't seem to multi-task in a calm and focused manner like I do when I bake. I've often wondered why there is such a dichotomy between the way I bake and the way I cook.

I think some of it may be due to a lack of confidence handling raw meat and the fear of poisoning myself meat at my house is always overcooked , the dislike of splashing hot oils and the fear of creating a kitchen fire, and a general lack of passion for it due to so many failed attempts at cooking on my own.

So if you told me I would be creating a 3 course gourmet seafood meal in 3 hours all on a gas stove top, I would not have believed it but that was exactly what I did when I was invited to a cooking class at The Dirty Apron hosted by Alicia Fashionista and Villa Maria Wines.

The structure of the cooking class goes like this. First, we sit down for a cooking demonstration by the chef instructor and then we head to our own cooking station, which we share with one other person, to start cooking.

The ingredients for each course is carefully laid out on a tray so all you need to do is focus on cooking with the materials in front of you. I don't know how it happened but I transformed into a little gourmet chef for a few hours under the direction of Chef John.

Sure, on several occasions he asked me why I was standing so far away from the flames Um because I could burn myself! If anyone can, I can! and he also swapped my small paring knife which I was perfectly content in using for an "intimidating" big French knife.

But it was exactly that no-nonsense push that I needed from him to whip me into shape. And, of course, we couldn't have seafood without some white wine! It's always been my personal preference to have Sauvignon Blanc with shellfish and Villa Maria Wines introduced us to their version along with an off-dry Pinot Gris which was paired with our third course of pan roasted halibut with charred tomato vinaigrette.

All the ingredients we need are clearly laid out on the tray before we begin cooking each course. Tomato Coconut Mussels. This was amazing and the sauce was so good on its own too! It was surprisingly easy to cook and I loved how it did not involve splashing hot oils.

Here, we are having it with a Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc which makes a perfect pairing. Maple Seared Scallops over Chorizo Ragout and Pea Coulis, plated by yours truly. Pan roasted halibut over sauteed spinach and fingerling potatoes. We used a metal ring to first place the potatoes and spinach inside for this pretty presentation.

The fish was then placed on top with a charred tomato vinaigrette. This dish was paired with an off dry Pinot Gris from Villa Maria. Cardamom caramel poached pear with chocolate sauce.

The chocolate sauce was thick, creamy and rich. It's worth sabotaging your diet for! For me, I think failures don't breed success, success breeds success and luckily for me, the evening taught me that I was capable of cooking a delicious gourmet meal without burning anything down.

It was a surprise to me that in a few hours, my confidence for cooking grew immensely. Chef John showed me to cook with more passion instead of viewing cooking as a practical means for survival each day. I have the recipes of our dishes from the night stashed away in my recipes folder, I'm excited to cook the mussels again for a dinner party and open a bottle of Sauv Blanc from Villa Maria Wines as well.

I'll also try not to burn the house down 🙂. Many thanks to my cooking partner, Emma of VancouverFoodie, for holding my hand at every step!

This is my Best Macaron Recipe translated into Spanish. Thank you so much to Monica Reymundo for all her hard work on this! I hope you all enjoy this recipe and here is the link to the English version.

Estas son mi marca favorita de la estera del silicón y el tamaño. Una es en blanco y el otro tiene una plantilla de macaron conveniente imprimir en. Me gusta la versión en blanco para usar con mis plantillas de arte macarrón ya que es más fácil ver la plantilla por debajo.

La estera con la plantilla de macaron impreso es conveniente para un montón de tuberías de conchas redondas a la vez. Trabajo de preparación: Preparar todo lo que necesitas por adelantado para tuberías tus macarons porque una vez que la masa esté lista, debe utilizarse inmediatamente.

Luego usar tazones de fuente para almacenar huevo de "envejecimiento". Agua y las yemas de las claras de huevo hará muy difícil a batir el huevo en picos rígidos. Coloque las claras de huevo en un bol muy limpio, seco y sin aceite. Abrigo con el abrigo de Ceram y meter unos agujeros en ella. Poner en la nevera para deshidratar hasta que esté listo para usar.

Proporcionando una superficie plana lisa de tuberías sus cáscaras se les impidió separarse en formas extrañas. Mis plantillas de macaron gratis están disponibles para suscriptores del boletín.

Por favor regístrese para el boletín y se le enviará una contraseña para acceder a la zona sólo miembros. Recuerde confirmar su suscripción ya que es un proceso de doble Opt-in. Gire la bolsa e introdúzcalo en el extremo de la tubería. Actuará como un sello y detener cualquier bateador de escaparse fuera de la punta al comenzar a llenarlo.

Coloque esta bolsa dentro de un vaso. Abrir la parte superior para que puedan tener ambas manos libres llenar la bolsa más adelante. Tire a la basura curso almendras o azúcar bits pueden causar las claras de huevo a desinflar y terminarás con un macaron colapsado o desigual.

No olvide añadir tamizadas cantidades para compensar las cantidades desechadas de nuevo. Este descanso periodo ayudará el macaron desarrollar pies. una vez que todo el azúcar haya sido incorporado plenamente y antes de llegar a formen picos, agregar gotas de gel de color a tu gusto.

Bata hasta que esté tieso picos. El término "Formen picos" se deriva de cómo las claras de huevo aparecen cuando usted tira de la bata fuera de él. Debe ser tan firme que literalmente pararse verticalmente y hacia arriba sin volver a caer en sí mismo. También, prueba poniendo la taza completamente boca abajo.

Los blancos no deben resbalar o caer, en cambio se mantiene firme dentro del recipiente. prueba de rigidez de merengue.

Una vez que ha llegado "tieso" parar y no batir más. El merengue debe también arrancar agrupar dentro de la boca como esta. El merengue debe arrancar agrupar dentro de la boca.

Es cómo rígida que necesita su merengue francés para hacer macarons. Verter un tercio de la mezcla de almendra en las claras de huevo. Doblar suavemente las claras de huevo a la mezcla de harina y el azúcar almendra. Luego agregar el resto de la mezcla de almendra.

Cómo doblar: Este es un paso muy importante en el macaron proceso llamado "macaronage". Tome la espátula y suavemente pasar por debajo de la mezcla, utilice un movimiento de abajo-en-hasta-en barrido como está raspado alrededor de la taza hacia el centro mientras gira el recipiente al mismo tiempo.

En ocasiones, cortar por el centro de la mezcla hasta incorporar los ingredientes en el centro. Así, muy suavemente toma su espátula y barrido contra la parte superior de la masa a desinflar correctamente parte del aire en la mezcla.

Si te retiras suavemente, eventualmente incorporará a una mezcla aunque puede no parecer será al principio. No es necesario mezclar o revolver. Plegable adecuadamente asegurará de que el aire burbujas que vencer en su huevo no desinflar cuando incorpore con los ingredientes secos más pesados.

Quiere vencer a parte del aire que se creó en los azotes del huevo blancos, pero no tanto que su completamente desinflado y evita que los pies desarrollando.

dejar de doblar cuando su masa haya alcanzado un "lava" como o consistencia de la miel De vez en cuando, verifique la consistencia para comprobar la cocción. El éxito de tus macarons dependerá en gran medida su capacidad para medir Cuándo dejar de doblar su masa.

Si utiliza papel de pergamino, frote un poco de masa en la parte inferior de las cuatro esquinas del papel pergamino. Se usa como un "pegamento" para mantener el documento que se adjunta a la bandeja y tubería. O utilizar imanes para fijar el papel sobre la bandeja.

Utilizando la espátula, suavemente transferir la masa en la Manga pastelera. La masa al tamaño del círculo en la plantilla de la tubería. A partir del centro sujetando la Manga pastelera vertical y exprimir y aplicar presión uniforme a todos los lados hasta que la masa casi ha alcanzado el tamaño de la plantilla, gire la punta alrededor de la espalda hacia el centro y tire lejos, que es donde quieres tu masa al extremo.

Idealmente, si su masa se ha mezclado correctamente y está en la consistencia correcta, cualquier "niples" o "colas" deben hundirse a sí mismo. También, recuerde exprimir la masa de la parte superior de la bolsa sin manejo excesivamente ya que no desea que la estructura de la masa cerca del final a ser comprometida.

rap varias veces la bandeja sobre el mostrador. Esto permitirá que cualquier aire burbujas para escapar y evita que tus macarons agrietamiento durante el proceso de cocción. Rap una o dos veces, girar la bandeja y repetir. deja reposar en el contador de 30 minutos y hasta una "piel" se ha desarrollado.

Dejar las cáscaras hilo descansar bajo el ventilador de la campana de gama. Ayudará a secarlos hacia fuera. No utilice un ventilador que sopla en un ángulo, ya que hará que tus macarons a ser desproporcionado.

Una vez que la cáscara se ve opaco y mate brillante como cuando primero era hilo, prueba en una cáscara de sacrificio. Tocar ligeramente la superficie de la cáscara y si no la masa se pega a los dedos, ha desarrollado una "piel".

Quedará muy claro cuando se ha desarrollado una piel, usted será capaz de tocar sin la masa a los dedos. Va también no sangrar fácilmente así. Descansando el macaron es un paso crucial que permite que sus conchas se endurezca y de tal modo, lo que le permite ser lo suficientemente fuerte como para desarrollar pies durante su tiempo en el horno.

Muchas recetas no explicar claramente el propósito de este período de descanso y se ha convertido en un tema polémico. Algunos panaderos dicen que nunca descansan sus macarons y algunos juran por ella.

Para mí, creo que depende de si o no ha desarrollado una "piel". El tiempo no es tan importante como la presencia de una piel y un mate opaco. A veces en un ambiente húmedo o su masa es mala, demasiado que moquea puede descansar tus macarons durante 30 minutos y una piel aún no se desarrollen mientras que en otros días, una piel puede desarrollar rápidamente sin este período de descanso.

Esa es probablemente la razón por qué algunos panaderos afirman que nunca descansan sus macarons. He probado esto muchas veces en mi cocina y he encontrado que voy a tener pies grandes, una vez que se ha desarrollado una piel, sin importar el tiempo de descanso.

Coloque un termómetro de horno en el horno para que la temperatura sea correcta. Muchos panaderos asumen que sus hornos estén a la temperatura correcta cuando de hecho la temperatura ha aumentado o disminuido durante el proceso de cocción sin su conocimiento.

Coloque la bandeja en el estante del medio y hornear durante minutos. Hornear solo una bandeja a la vez. Use una espátula para golpee ligeramente los pies, debe ser firme y no empuje hacia atrás. Mueva la parte superior de la cáscara de izquierda a derecha, no debería ser inestable.

Despegue ligeramente el papel para hornear y el macaron debe desprenderse fácilmente sin pegarse. Esto no funciona bien en silpats aunque. Si no pasa las pruebas anteriores, poner en el horno y hornear un extra 1 minuto a la vez.

Si los fondos son sólo un poquito pegajosos solo un poco sin embargo , mantener en la bandeja se enfríe durante unos 15 minutos. Si sin embargo, los fondos ya están marrones, desprenda limpiamente o aparecen demasiado cocidos, quitar la bandeja caliente se enfríe.

Romper una abierta y verifique el interior, debe ser totalmente ajustado y no excesivamente húmedo. Si está demasiado húmeda se derrumbará las cookies cuando enfríe.

Errar en el lado de encima para hornear en lugar de bajo de la hornada como la maduración proceso serán capaces de salvamento sobre macarrones al horno. Ver paso. Colocar el relleno en una manga pastelera y exprimir una cucharada de él en el centro.

No necesita demasiado, no quiere que aplasta hacia fuera más allá de la cáscara una vez que se monta al otro lado de la cáscara del macaron.

dejar en la nevera en un recipiente hermético y dejarlos madurar por 24 horas. Mejor se comen después de 24 horas ya que los sabores se absorberá en la cáscara. El proceso de maduración puede ser acelerado también frotando ligeramente la parte inferior de las cáscaras con un jarabe que es el mismo sabor como el relleno.

Leche también funciona! después de 24 horas de maduración en la nevera, traer de vuelta a temperatura ambiente 30 minutos antes de servir. A month ago I was asked to participate in something that was both delightful and daunting at the same time - to be one of the media judges in this year's Vanfoodster Sundae Challenge.

I was delighted because you know I'm a big, and I mean BIG fan of desserts. On the other hand, it was daunting because I tend to shiver like a little Chihuaha all year round regardless of the temperatures outside. In any group setting, I'm guaranteed to be the one person in the room wearing the most clothes all the while asking for the heat to be turned up or the AC to be turned down.

Putting the shivers aside, I have also been trying to stay disciplined on my diet. As you can remember from my recent post about how I lost my 5 pound "dessert weight", my goal was to eventually lose 7 pounds in total.

I did ultimately lose 6 pounds so I was of course a bit weary about eating 11 sundaes in a span of 3 weeks. Nevertheless, this was not called a sundae challenge for nothing. I decided to embrace it head on with a game plan.

I devoted certain days to eat 2 sundaes in a day. Instead of eating them on separate days, the days when I ate 2 sundaes were my "cheat days". I made sure they were in the same areas and I would walk to these shops.

Most of the time it took over an hour to reach each shop in the sweltering late summer heat so my plan had a two-fold effect. I would burn calories and warm myself up before eating each delicious cold treat. I felt it was a dubious plan but incidentally, my scale ran out of batteries when the challenge started so I had no way to see if I was on or off track with my weight.

More on that later. After tasting each sundae, we were asked to give each creation a score from 0 to Every creation had a special name and some even had little stories which added to its originality.

For example, the Earth Sun and Stars by Umaluma featured black vanilla ice cream with gold flakes which represents the stars in the sky and the Akbar Mashti tradional Iranian saffron ice cream represents the sun.

An attractive presentation was also important since sundaes are presented as sum of it's parts - ice cream and fixings like chocolate, syrup, candy, sprinkles etc. And mind you, some were really flashy like the three tiered ice cream bubble waffle creation by Tmix Tea; some had a more elegant appeal like the Summer Pavlova by Beyond Coffee - a dainty pastel colored concoction that featured soft purple blueberry ice cream on top of a snow white meringue nest filled with lemon curd.

Lastly, taste was deemed most important and the sundaes that I finished completely on my own usually received the highest score in that department for me.

Calories cannot be wasted when you're dieting! Take a look at each sundae and when you're done, head over to Vanfoodster's page to see if your pick was crowned the winner for this year's challenge.

I finally bought batteries for my scale and did a little weigh in. I gained 2 pounds from the 6 that I lost. It was worth it and I'm just glad it wasn't more than that since some of the creations were so good, I finished them all by myself.

This post got me thinking again and I think I will be back for another sundae sooner than later. This sundae by Beyond Coffee is composed of a pretty meringue nest filled with lemon cream and topped with blueberry gelato and compote.

This is the Creme Brulee Sundae from Ice Queen - pudding dessert on top of flash frozen pudding ice cream rolls. Another pudding was broken down and then incorporated into the ice cream mixture, then rolled.

The flavours really come through. I couldn't have found a more fitting sundae to eat on solar eclipse day at umalumagelato. The black vanilla ice cream with gold flakes represents the stars in the sky and the Akbar Mashti tradional Iranian saffron ice cream represents the sun.

Lychee Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream with tiny chunks of water chestnut which adds a nice crunchy texture in a healthy way.

I definitely needed back up for this vanilla bean gelato topped with two fresh churros and cinnamon dust adorned by a mini concha. And there's really a cannoli on top of this sundae along with caramelized Okanagan peaches, candied pecans topped with crushed Sicilian Cannoli shells and chocolate drizzle.

Okay, let's just say it has everything 🙂. Sour Cherry and Pistachio ice cream nestled inside a light and crispy waffle bowl. It's name and inspiration comes from it's predecessor, the sour cherry chocolate bar with the same name.

This sundae is made with Cocowhip vegan coconut soft serve and topped with crunchy oats, hemp seeds and matcha. I hear it's Canada's first vegan soft soft.

Have you ever had sweet corn ice cream? It's my first time? a sundae filled with Salted Caramel and Sweet corn Ice cream topped with popcorn, gummies and chips.

It's meant to feed people. What was I thinking trying to tackle this alone? It's rare to find a late night dessert bar that is both sophisticated and sexy in this city but there is one establishment that happens to possess that elusive quality - Mosquito in Gastown. Opened since , Mosquito has made a name for itself as an upscale dessert and champagne lounge.

They have an extensive drinks menu filled with smart cocktails, wine and post-dinner drinks. Their decadent and perfectly plated desserts are also a draw although you'd never be able to capture a good photo since it has that sexy dark candle-lit ambiance that is mesmerizing for romance but not so much for the camera shutter - until now.

Over the summer, Mosquito introduced it's afternoon tea service with sittings on Sunday afternoons only from pm. It was nice to see the lounge in the daytime since I have only been there once during the evening.

This time, in the light, the beautiful architectural details were definitely more perceivable and eye catching. For a dessert heavy weight like Mosquito, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the savoury offerings were also just as delicious as the desserts.

I enjoyed every piece on the tray and even the one dessert piece which didn't "work" for my taste - the miso chocolate tart - was impressive in it's presentation and unique flavour pairing.

Another edgier offering was the savoury macaron filled with mozzarella cream and tomato sauce. The only other time I remembered having a savoury macaron during afternoon tea was at the HK Ritz Carlton.

I would highly recommend it for anyone who appreciates fine desserts. On the service side, it's professional but since it's a boutique business, you won't find the same level of attentiveness as you would when having tea at a hotel.

However, it's mid-price position, amazing dessert selection and chic ambiance fully compensates for that. Overall, I was thoroughly impressed with this fresh take on afternoon tea, it dared to push the boundaries a bit while maintaining a certain level of sophistication and beauty.

Click to view the Tea Menu at Mosquito. Mosquito Afternoon Tea Menu. Click to view. A generous basket filled with tiny madeleines. A pistachio raspberry mouse cake sits prominently on the upper tier. Left: pistachio raspberry mousse.

Right: chocolate coffee mousse and mango mandarin jelly with cocoa sponge. Miso Chocolate Tart with chocolate walnut ganache, miso butterscotch mousse topped with chocolate caviar. Left: citrus and avocado semifreddo with candie kumquat and honey yuzu foam.

Right: strawberry eclair filled with mascarpone rose creme and strawberry jam. Notable Points: - the afternoon tea service provides an opportunity to experience this sexy lounge in the daytime.

Ambience: Sleek and sexy lounge with dark booth seating and wooden tables. High industrial ceilings with specially designed pendant light fixtures.

There are 2 small tables by the windows. The restaurant is partitioned into two parts, one in the front and one in the back which is much darker in the daytime. They were tender with a delicate trace of orange blossom. Savoury: All the savouries were surprisingly well executed for a dessert heavy weight like Mosquito.

I was pleasantly surprised by the smoked salmon sandwich, the bread had a nice chew and paired perfectly with an herbaceous creme fraiche. The shell of the prosciutto quiche had a delightful buttery flavor and crumbly texture but the prosciutto itself could have been more flavorful.

The savory macaron really took me by surprise. The macaron shell was expertly made and assembled with a savory filling of mozzarella cream and tomato sauce. The shell was full and slightly chewy and this was even consistent in the unassembled shell which did not appear to have undergone the same maturation process as the assembled one.

All the savouries were of a good size. Not teeny tiny. Sweets: The sweets exhibited all the qualities of desserts made by an expert pastry chef - correct textures, discernible flavours, complex flavour pairings finished with a sophisticated presentation.

The Miso Chocolate Tart was a bit more ambitious flavour pairing and I didn't find that it worked for me. It was a little flat since it was neither sweet nor salty and it had a little smokey bitter aftertaste.

I did appreciate the exquisite presentation of the chocolate caviar on top and that did taste good on it's own. Tea: A small collection of teas. It's one of the most pared-down tea list I've ever seen for afternoon tea.

There is 3 black, 1 green and 3 herbal. Well, I guess when you're at Mosquito you're not expected to enjoy hot tea since their alcoholic drink selections are sleeker and more unique. Tea Ware: The desserts and savouries were presented on a hip 2 tiered wooden tea tray while the madeleines were nestled inside a dark blue napkin and served in a small bread basket which was lightly dusted with powdered sugar.

The rest of the tea ware were simple and white.

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