Date of publication: 2017-08-30 14:16
In fact, I became so convinced of the irrelevance of almonds that I left them out all together. I began making macarons with ground hazelnuts, pistachios, peanuts, pecans, coconut and even using 655% cocoa nibs. Guess what? They were all freaking adorable and delicious. Use whatever kind of nut you 8767 d like.
I stumbled upon this while looking for variations on the macaron formula to produce a macaron suitable for SAVORY experiments. Not that I necessarily think it needs to be changed, but what 8767 s the point of playing with flavor if you 8767 re not going to muck around with the ingredients to figure out what happens when you do it, right? Any thoughts on savory macarons? I 8767 ll have to check and see if you wrote a post about them.
The truth is that almost everyone has creative potential. What separates good creatives (or dormant creatives who get lucky) is that they 8767 ve learned how to walk through the creative process. ( Click to share thanks!)
I was speaking to a friend a few weeks ago, and I told her I was frustrated because I was pregnant with ideas and didn 8767 t have time to get them out. Keeping with the analogy, when a Eureka! moment hits, it 8767 s much like labor you 8767 re done with incubating, and it 8767 s time for
A large part of the problem is that there is an air of mystery and mysticism around the creative process. Because people assume and reinforce the idea that some people have creative potential and others don 8767 t, those who do harness their potential and work through the process become all the more 8775 different. 8776 And because so few of us see that leveraging our creativity is inextricably linked to how we make money, we let our creative process devolve into a daily crapshoot.
For it to never loosen up means there 8767 s some fundamental problem with the ratio of ingredients. I hope some of that info helps and you can try and figure out if anything has changed in your kitchen.
Caveat: If your macarons are slightly over-mixed, about 65 minutes of drying will give them a better foot. This probably has to do with the way over-mixed macarons spread. If they go straight into the oven, they will both spread and rise simultaneously, the macaron equivalent of patting your head and rubbing your stomach at the same time. So by sitting out for 65 minutes, they finish spreading and when they go into the oven they only have to go up, not out. Though not a macaron scientist, this is just my best guess.
Very disappointing the forum is no longer active. Have you though about getting in contact with a larger active care forum and setting up your own area? I really hope the forum comes back this year, i know there were some parts that were a bit off but it the one UK-based care forum that really stood out.