A couple of days ago, her sister, The Friend Formerly Known as a Skeptic moved into a new appartment in the Greater Toronto area. When it came time to move the goods from her freezer, she came upon the macaron she helped me make months earlier that she had brought home in her luggage and tucked away into the freezer for a rainy day and had forgotten about. It got pretty squished and she said it was slightly freezer burnt but she ate it anyway.
I would also like to remind you of my post A Mother's Love in which my mother brought me macarons from Vancouver. Add to that my own search in Las Vegas, Europe and elsewhere as well as other friends who have told me about how they've been inspired to start their own searches abroad. On top of that, I've got readers ranging from a group in an office in Toronto (check out http://www.foodagram.ca. Steve, who emailed me, put his office's work like this: "a nutritional campaign for students in Toronto. The campaign takes a different approach to teaching healthy eating by engaging first and educating second." Very neat. I can get behind that. Check out their site. I have and it's fun.) and from as far away as Thailand.
|With love from Madison Avenue, NYC|