Macarons by Duncan – exclusively at EARL Canteen, Melbourne

[UPDATED: PRODUCTION HAS ENDED FOR NOW. SEE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT] After many years of making and writing about macarons, it has become time to share my enthusiasm directly with a wider audience. You can try my macarons exclusively at EARL Canteen in the courtyard behind 500 Bourke Street, Melbourne (website). Supplies are always limited! Special orders should be made via EARL.

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Every new flavour has a name, a description, and a version number so that macaron lovers (and I) can keep track of their favourite flavours and modifications.

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6 responses to “Macarons by Duncan – exclusively at EARL Canteen, Melbourne”

  1. Lee Lin

    About 2 years ago, I posted a comment in your macaron blog that I have never seen or tasted macarons before..
    Now I have learned how to make them via class and also following your instructions (thanks!) and have sampled a number of macarons from different shops (some ~ok and others not).
    I'm so excited that I will be able to taste yours soon and I'm sure they will be the best in town:)

    Lee Lin

  2. claire

    Hurray! Duncan, I'm so glad the secret is out. They're looking *beautiful*. Really looking forward to it! :)

  3. Cindy

    How exciting! I'm glad to see the lags between posts have been for a delicious cause. ;-)

    And version numbers on your flavours?! That does appeal to the scientist in me.

  4. Duncan

    Thanks everyone! @Cindy: I thought you'd like the version thing;)

  5. Lyndall

    Is it possible to order some macarons to be sent to Geelong by post please?
    Hope so,

  6. Duncan

    @Lyndall: Simply no, I'm afraid. In the future, if production resumes in a commercial context, I would examine packaging for transport, but I would want to be sure product could be transported without damage, and with macarons that's a challenge.



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