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Le Macaron

Where to buy macarons in Atlanta

There’s hardly a more appropriate Valentine’s Day treat than the macaron, a little colorful puff of almond meringue cookie sandwiched with ganache or jam.
Cake Hag

The Cake Hag finds a home in East Atlanta Village

You’ve likely never heard of the Cake Hag. That’s because for the past 13 years, mother-daughter team Maggie and Katie Sweeney have lived on word of mouth.
profiteroles

Technique: Cafe Alsace’s Benedicte Cooper on perfect profiteroles

The profiteroles at Cafe Alsace have developed quite a reputation since Benedicte Cooper first put them on the menu 18 years ago. “We have regular customers who order them on their anniversaries instead of Champagne,” says Cooper.
apple pie

Mini Apple Pies

From Icing Cake Design & Sweets Boutique in Avondale Estates come these little streusel-topped pies perfect for any upcoming holiday parties. For easy serving (no prying out of pans), use disposable bake molds (2 3/8-inch), which are sold at Cake Art and online.
Coconut Rum Cake

Must-have dessert: A Cup a Cake’s coconut rum cake

Until five years ago, Marlene Baker had never put beaters to batter. Luckily, Baker—the self-taught creator of A Cup a Cake’s golden, delicate coconut rum cakes—is a quick study.
Queen of Cream

New Ice Cream: Queen of Cream

Cora Cotrim’s charming ice cream carts still show up at farmers markets, but now you can find her every day in a brick-and-mortar parlor in the Old Fourth Ward.
Xocolatl

New Chocolate Shop: Xocolatl Small Batch Chocolate

Wander around Krog Street Market and it won’t take long for your nostrils to encounter the heavenly work of this craft chocolatier. Bar flavors rotate frequently, but recent favorites included Oh Nuts!, with roasted almonds and vanilla-infused sea salt.

6 cool treats for hot Atlanta days

From tropical beers to Korean shaved ice, these treats are cooler than cool.

How Honeysuckle Gelato went from food truck treat to freezer aisle favorite

Cofounders Jackson Smith and Wes Jones point out a sketch taped onto the floor of Honeysuckle Gelato’s Westside production facility. Made of blue painters tape, the improvised rendering is about 180 square feet—the size of the gelato-sorbet startup’s retail shop at Ponce City Market that’s slated to open this spring.

The Christiane Chronicles: Atlanta’s best cakes, and what’s so Southern about fried food?

I have nothing against pies, but when it comes to the ancient debate pitching pie lovers against cake fanatics, I align myself firmly with the second group.

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