Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Coconut Macaroon Tart for Just Making Noise



I was hesitant at first to do a guest post for Marillyn’s blog Just Making Noise. But I did say yes to her invitation to become her first guest blogger for her Sweet Wholesome Wednesday.



Please stop by at Just Making Nose to check my guest post and recipe. While you’re already on the site, I encourage you to explore Marillyn’s blog as she has great wholesome recipes made with whole, real and nourishing ingredients and preparations.

Mare, thank you so much for having me as your guest. It's an honor. Until next time.

35 comments:

  1. Looks wonderful! I'll head over to Mare's site to check out the full article but just wanted to let you know that I'm also getting ready to post a macaroon entry on my blog! It's a different from yours so I think it would make a nice complement. Perhaps I can link back to this?

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  2. Your picture looks so yummy - going to the site NOW!

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  3. looks amazing! I'm jealous that you have so many coconut trees there in the Philippines. I visited once and thought it was a very vibrant country, full of diversity and life!

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  4. that looks wonderful! I'm heading over there right now to read. I love Mare's blog too

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  5. Oh, my son would love this one, coconut is one of his favorite ingredients.

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  6. This looks delicious! I am a huge fan of Mare's blog too!

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  7. Beautiful Macaroon Divana. Now you're even more famous than ever!

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  8. lovely lovely lovely! I love the look of it. Heading over to read the whole article now :)

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  9. great to know you are a guest blogger for Mare's blog. This coconut macaroon tart looks very delicious. Anything with coconut, especially fresh coconut, is my favourite. Coconut adds great flavour to any dessert.

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  10. This looks so lovely Divana! Such a fabulous dessert!

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  11. @ A Bowl of Mush - Thanks a lot.

    @ Tangled Noodle - I'm looking forward to you coconut macaroon.

    @ Trissa - thanks Trissa.

    @ experimentalculinarypursuits - you're right, coconuts are a blessing. Really, you've been here?

    @ Jessie - thanks Jessive. Mare's blog is a revelation.

    @ Cajun Chef Ryan - I hope your son would like this tart.

    @ JennDZ - thank you. We should have a fan club.

    @ CheapAppetite - Thank you. :)

    @ Fresh Local and Best - Thank you.

    @ Penny - thanks a lot my dear.

    @ Mary - Can't go wrong with coconuts.

    @ Mardi - thank you.

    @ Marillyn - thank you Mare.

    @ the traditional gourmand - thank you.

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  12. Hi Divina, this is exactly the right post for Marillyn. I've been to her blog and it's an amazing posting. Great job! Congrats. I guess you're pretty busy lately. Me too! We'll try to keep in touch as much as we can. Cheers.

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  13. My Little Space - thank you Kristy. It's your turn next week. I'll be waiting for it. :)

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  14. That was really a nice idea, I love desserts with coconut. Loved the picture.

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  15. Hi divina! You have a beautiful blog :) Saw your tart on Marillyn's site and thought I'd drop by to say hello.

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  16. Excellent macaroon, Divina Pe!

    Just georgous!! I would like to savour 1 large piece of this beautiful tarte, thanks!!

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  17. This looks beyond good. I love anything with coconut.

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  18. Lovely photo. I love tarts and coconut is always tasty :)

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  19. Looks amazing, your photo is so good, and I love coconut!

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  20. I saw this over on Marilyn's site and it looks amazing!

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  21. your tart is killing !!!
    thanks for sharing !!
    and if you like hummus in a different way come and visit me à bientot Pierre

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  22. That looks so good!!!I love coconut.

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  23. This is beautiful and looks delicious, heading over there now!

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  24. Lovely tart. I was just browsing my recipe file and saw a coconut tart which I've still to try. You have inspired me to get on with it.

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  25. @ Anna, Jen, 5 Star Foodie, Joy, Sophie, Helen, The Nomadic Gourmet, Fitri, Angie, High low, Cookin' Canuck, Pierre, Erica, Natalie and Barbara - thank you so much for you comments.

    @ Barbara - looking forward to your coconut tart.

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  26. just like the others I'm heading over to where the recipe is..I LOVE coconut..beautiful picture as always, Divine :)

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  27. Just put mine in the oven.

    I used date sugar and almond flour in the crust. I added coconut extract to the filling. Wished I would have thought to toast the coconut before adding to egg/milk mixture.

    Can't wait to taste it.

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