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I must admit it has been a while, since I have last participated in Pink Saturday and I am hoping to participate on a more regular basis.

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What could be more appropriate than some lovely delicious not to mention very pink macarons?

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Wishing you all a very Happy Pink Saturday and a very relaxing weekend.


L x



p.s. Mille mercis to Beverly for her her continuous hard work and to all my fellow particiapants for their gorgeous PS entries week in, week out.

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  1. Yummy! I want some too! Have a wonderful day! ~lulu

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  2. C'est un gateaux si français, chic et délicieux!!! je l'ador,
    Bss et très bon week-end
    Cecilia

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  3. These Pink Cookies are a delight to look at they must also be delious - I noticed the name "KAYSER" on the box, Kayser is my maiden last name and I don't see it very often, maybe we are related

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  4. Yum, they look divine and I can only imagine how they taste...mmm.
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Pam

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  5. Just gorgeous! I love them! So pretty, look delicious & so romantic! x

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  6. I didn't know macarons came in other shapes than the plain old round.

    Love it!
    Happy Pink Saturday...

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  7. Yum...those look fantastic! :)

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  8. I think that they are the most wonderful macaroons that I've ever seen. I don't think that I could bring myself to eat them .....strike that....of course I could !!!! XXXX

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  9. why i have never seen a heart shaped macaroon.. and in pink.. just lovely..

    happy pink Saturday!

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  10. They look delicious. Happy Pink Saturday.
    Karen

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  11. HI Leeann
    those macaroons look sooo tempting.. but I'm on controlled sugar diet for insulin issues.. boo hoo.. making it even harder to look at all this yumminess!!

    Hope you have a fabulous weekend.. I may link up to pink saturday this week also.. thanks for the reminder.. xxx Julie

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  12. Happy pink Saturday Leeann.
    Love the pretty pink macarons and yes, they are almost too lovely to eat.

    Enjoy your weekend
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  13. A lovely weekend wish to you as well. Those macaroons are almost too cute to eat. =)

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  14. Beautiful! Did you make them?


    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

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  15. We are on the same wavelength today because I posted about Laduree macaroons for Pink Saturday today! Lovely to have found your blog!

    http://jsimplylive.blogspot.com/

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  16. Absolutely love the picture! Thank you for finding it for us to look at. *hugs*

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  17. Wow! Pink heart-shaped Macaroons. Love it. Happy pink Saturday.

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  18. Wishing you a lovely and relaxing Saturday. Thank you for the picture of the lovely macarons... they are heavenly.

    xo

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  19. I'd like one of those delicious looking cookies right now-Happy PS!

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  20. Gorgeous! And they look delicious!

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  21. So glad you posted...it's always lovely to find a fellow macaron lover. Tried (and blogged) about my first taste just a few posts ago. I've never enjoyed a delicacy more. They made such an impression that I've decided to try to recreate them at home (understanding that this could take years...but my hubby says he's willing to get "rid" of the evidence).
    Licks & Wags, Niki

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  22. I'm with Jacqueline - I'd first think of not eating something so gorgeous but then I'd come to my senses. So divine Leeann. Hoping you have a lovely Sunday evening? x

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  23. Love love macaroons, these look so yummy. I think I need some now. Getting around to visiting pink sat posts a little late.
    Ann

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  24. Those look delicious!

    Happy Belated Pink Saturday... this is the last weekend of my summer vacation and it just got away from me.

    Kisses,
    Maggie @
    "Do these shoes match this purse?"

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