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Not much I can work with today, so I chose one I couldn't do from yesterday.
Dracula came all the way
From Transylvania to Whitley Bay
Not to rest in the crypts
He just fancied fish and chips
Oops! Just realised it should be Whitby! But, that’s poetic license for you!
PTG, the picture you posted for May 31st is of macarons - not macaroons. These are two different type of cookies.
A macaron specifically refers to a meringue-based cookie made with almond flour, egg whites, and granulated and powdered sugar, then filled with buttercream, ganache, or fruit curd.
In contrast, the word macaroon is a generic phrase that is applied to a number of small, sweet confections. Mostly, the term is equated with the moist and dense coconut macaroon, which is composed of egg whites, sugar, and dried coconut, often piped with a star-shaped tip, and sometimes dipped in chocolate.