Cut nuts or macaroon crumbs may be passed with this dessert.
She bit a macaroon with her short sharp teeth and crunched it.
He hurried over his macaroon tart and cup of coffee, and then had three-quarters of an hour left to idle in the square.
So I breathed a sigh through my clenched teeth, and ate a macaroon.
While the above is baking, make very small choux (about the size of a macaroon), and bake them also.
If we chose to garnish a macaroon with radishes it was none of her business.
I took the hint, and with our cups replenished, she bit thoughtfully into her fourteenth macaroon and continued.
macaroon mousse is made by adding crushed and rolled macaroons to whipped cream and burying the mould in ice and salt.
Marise stopped eating the macaroon, and, going slowly to the table, she laid the nibbled remnant on somebody else's plate.
Quivering in the very center of its upper panel was a small knife, and impaled on the knifes blade was the macaroon.
1610s, "small sweet cake consisting largely of ground almonds," from French macaron (16c.), from dialectal Italian maccarone (see macaroni). French meaning said to have been invented 1552 by Rabelais. The -oon ending was conventional in 15c.-17c. English to add emphasis to borrowings of French nouns ending in stressed -on.