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ChrisKC Feb 23, 2010 10:21 AM

Hoping there is somewhere is KC to purchase these? Don't know if the ones I made are right when I have nothing to compare them to

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  1. amyzan RE: ChrisKC Feb 23, 2010 01:59 PM

    Call Dean and Deluca in Leawood, but you will pay dearly for them, as they likely aren't locally made. My other suggestion would be Napoleon Bakery in Westport, though I have no idea if they make macarons. Andre's does not, as far as I know, and Artisan Francais closed gosh, almost a year ago? I've also heard there's a French bakery called Le Monde, but it's not on my beaten path.

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    1. re: amyzan
      heatherkay RE: amyzan Mar 9, 2010 02:02 PM

      Le Monde bakery is in the little North Kansas City downtown strip. I haven't noticed macarons, but their pastries and bread are excellent.

    2. KansasTravel RE: ChrisKC Feb 24, 2010 05:11 AM

      I have a vague recollection that someone talked about macaroons on the Food Critics edition of the Walt Bodine Show on February 5 or January 23. You might try listening to them online - even if I am wrong, it is likely to be a show that interests most people that participate in this forum.

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        Tallulah Lynn Grace RE: ChrisKC Mar 6, 2010 10:01 AM

        You can find them at Natasha's Mulberry and Mott in Leawood . They have a bunch of flavors. I had pistachio, almond, lemon, and chocolate passion fruit. They were amazing, and the girl working at the counter told me they make them there everyday.

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          ms8zz RE: ChrisKC Mar 6, 2010 10:11 AM

          Sometimes The Filling Station (coffee and food) at 2980 McGee Tfwy has macaroons, often coconut and chocolate, very tasty. Pretty nice vibe, too!

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            Doug RE: ChrisKC Mar 9, 2010 12:39 PM

            Here in St Louis, you can get Archway macaroons in the cookie aisle of the supermarket. I really, really like them.

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              ChrisKC RE: ChrisKC Mar 9, 2010 12:50 PM

              Thanks for all the replies but I'm looking for macarons not macaroons

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                k_d RE: ChrisKC Mar 9, 2010 05:45 PM

                Come on, you guys. ChrisKC is looking for macarons. And there is no frakkin way that Archway will make this product. Here's an article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macaron

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                  amyzan RE: k_d Mar 12, 2010 10:26 PM

                  Perhaps you meant, "you guy," as in Doug, k_d? Because certainly no one else on this thread suggested that ChrisKC buy macaroons instead of macarons. In fact, Tallulah actually gave Chris the name of a bakery that makes them. Under "patisserie" on the menu, Goellner lists the flavors below, and distinguishes them as "French" while coconut macaroons are listed separately under "cookies:"

                  Lemon French Macarons

                  Orange French Macarons

                  Chocolate French Macarons

                  Almond French Macarons

                  Blueberry French Macarons

                  Chocolate Raspberry French Macarons

                  Strawberry French Macarons

                  Blackcurrant French Macarons

                  Pistachio French Macarons

                  http://www.natashasmulberryandmott.co...

                  1. re: amyzan
                    Irishbeer4me RE: amyzan Mar 13, 2010 08:59 AM

                    They all are good but the Pistachio ones are the best!!! All their bake goods are worth the trip.

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