Thursday, March 6, 2008

True Love

Let this post serve as evidence of my undying love for macaroons. And Third Street Bakery in Duluth. Their wheat-free vegan *Edited because these are "BEEgan", not Vegan* macaroons are the best I've ever had. They aren't a classic macaroon- they are way more rich and dense. They are like a meal.I'd like to also declare my love for those Spicy Italian Sausages I last posted about. I mixed them up with my leftover pasta and ratatouille and added some home-cured olives, balsamic vinegar, umeboshi plum vineger. AMAZING!


Tofu Mom (AKA Tofu-n-Sprouts) said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhh.. macaroooooons. I would die for some.

Wondering if I can work Duluth into my shopping trip next time. OK, or not.

Though (I have to say it because you know someone will eventually)technically they aren't *vegan* because the label says they have honey.

Not to worry, I would eat 'em anyway 'cause I'm one of those rebellious honey-eating sorts of vegans. And they look AMAZING!

Liz said...

I wish I had gotten a chance to visit the bakery when I was in Duluth, but I missed it. We carry their breads at my co-op, though, and they're just like homemade.

Thanks for reminding me that these technically aren't vegan- I'll adjust my labelling!

Jennifer said...

I've never had a macaroon. Hmmmm.

Your pasta looks fantastic, and home cured olives? You're my hero!