Giselle Richardson has been making British-inspired macarons since 2012, beginning at a pop-up coffee stall in the garden of a London gallery during an exhibition by British artist Grayson Perry which took a close look at what it means to be British. Afterwards she started selling her wares in Marylebone Village and in 2013 began working with various event caterers and planners, many with whom sheʼs delighted to still be working. She now has stalls in several regular markets, most notably Kings Cross Real Food and Duke of York Square in Chelsea and supplies to the public from her kitchen in Clerkenwell.
Their macaron flavours are inspired by and created using ingredients from across the UK. By using fruit, vegetables and herbs in season, and at their best, they strive to make macarons which taste great. They also take inspiration from the British event calendar, creating menus for Christmas, Easter, Valentines Day, Wimbledon and Frieze Art Fair amongst others. Flavours change once a month so there's always something new to try from cucumber to rhubarb, gooseberry to parsnip!
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