Miss Insomnia Tulip (the alter-ego of weird cake-aficionado, Emma Thomas) designed these anatomically correct macarons for Miss Cakehead’s upcoming Eat Your Heart Out pop-up ‘adults only’ cake shop event in London. In keeping with her usual interest in all things gross and creepy, Miss Insomnia Tulip also sells fungus infected toenail cookes and STD cupcakes. […]
Stunning reds, blues, and yellows pop brightly against the stark white interior at Theurel & Thomas: Mexico’s first and only house of macarons. Located in the Northeastern city of Neuvo Leon, this authentic French patisserie is gaining accolades for its traditional, tasty macarons in flavors like raspberry, pistachio, chocolate, and coconut. But the design of this elegant boutique too is garnering heaps of attention.
It’s official: Macarons are the new cupcakes. Tremendously colorful, bursting with flavor, and available in a range of tastes from classic to quirky, it’s clear why they’re the urban foodies must-have of 2010. And one hot spot gaining heaps of accolades for its crisp-on-outside, soft-on-the-inside version of these meringue-based biscuits is Baroque Patisserie, nestled in Sydney.