Eye Candy: Foie Gras–Black Pepper Macarons

Foie Gras–Black Pepper Macarons with Blackberry Jelly

 

From cosmopolitan chic to resort retreat, the Four Seasons brand defines luxury. At their recent dinner, guests were invited to leave their suitcases behind and savor the myriad cuisines available at Four Seasons properties around the U.S. right here at the Beard House—a chance to experience the flavors of a five-star vacation without straying far from home. During the Champagne reception hour, diners were served a bevy of bite-sized treats, including this delight: foie gras–black pepper macarons with blackberry jam. Whimsical, decadent, and almost too cute to eat, these canapés were a standout of the evening's cuisine. 

 

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