cookie sandwich | cookie sandwich – The Moonblush Baker

  • themoonblushbaker
  • Macarons
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  • March 10, 2014

First off I would like to thank all of you for your condolences last post. I am over whelmed by the love and support I received by complete strangers over the Internet. It really does prove that good people still exist in this world. SO… Thank you to all you kind souls who left such…

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  • Macarons
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  • October 24, 2013

Who hates exams? Or despises test? You would think even after 16 years of formal education I would be used to them by now. Not to mention the outside exams that I had to take when I did tutoring (shudders, bad, bad times). Honestly a test, more than ANYTHING (even being eaten alive by insects…

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  • Macarons
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  • June 20, 2013

I have a love hate relationship with these little French cookies. Sure I love them because all my friends and family cannot get enough of them. I mean it is their favourite cookie like ever. Maybe because here in Australia to get a decent price, good quality macaron is hard to come by. Either they…

  • themoonblushbaker
  • Bars/Slices, Cookies
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  • May 28, 2013

I am going to rant here about a topic I feel needs to be addressed: Plastic surgery Plastic surgery has come up a lot in our media. For years, decades even, the press has been churning out stories of the latest celebrity “supposed” work. Gossip magazines plastered their covers with unflattering pictures of celebrities’ insinuating…

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  • Macarons
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  • February 13, 2013

With all the talk of Valentine ’s Day and the glory of being in relationship, the single sout there can often feel left out. So this is my post aimed at you singletons, yep the souls who will not have someone to spend the 14th with. I am one of you millions, I do not…

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  • Macarons
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  • January 8, 2013

Most things in the kitchen require tweaking and testing in order to get it to perfection. Nobody is perfect in life and in the kitchen. I do not think the Australian’s who developed pavlova or the French who developed choux pastry had a clear idea of what their finished product would turn out like. Changing…