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Cooking Classes in Paris!

We offer several Cooking Classes in Paris and other unique food expriences actually - both in Paris, Provence and the Loire Valley.  Our market to table class is a unique way to discover French culture through Food, but our pastry and baking classes with their "teatime" or flat out whole tastings sessions are great immersions as well.  Our wine tastings are yet another way to explore France geography, history and culture through your senses.  And for those ready to go even deeper into French food culture, we also offer one week foodie gastronomic holidays in Provence and the Loire Valley.  So we hope you find something you like - and  whether you do or not, never hesitate to contact us.

Discover Culture Through Food

Cooking Classes in Paris

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Patisserie Classes in Paris

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Wine Tastings in Paris

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Food Tours in Paris

Food Tours in Paris

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Residential Cooking Classes

Residential Courses in France

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Baking Classes in Paris

Baking Classes in Paris

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Cooking Classes in Paris

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Patisserie Classes in Paris

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Wine Tasting in Paris

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Food Tours in Paris

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Residential Cooking Courses in Provence

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Baking Classes in Paris

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Our Cooking Classes in Paris

We could really call these cooking classes Market to Table in Paris, because this is how they are built. We first go to a local market, choose ingredients, go back to Le Foodist kitchen and start prepping. When the prepping is done, we start cooking. Along the way, the Chef shares tips, tricks, techniques – and explains why we do things the way we do. Both from a science or a cultural standpoint. After a couple of hours of hands-on cooking, it is time to share a meal together – lunch or dinner, depending on when you have decided to join us. All this with white and red wine of course, and a few stories. Below, we explain what we do – and why - in more detail below; so if you want to know more, you can just read on. 

Visiting Markets in Paris

There are so many Food Markets to visit in Paris that it is hard to choose. There are actually about eighty (80). Seventy of these Food Markets are open air markets and roughly ten are covered markets. There are a couple of differences between open air and covered markets in Paris that you should be aware of. And they do not have to do with what you will find in those markets. They have to do with when you can go shopping there. Open Air markets are only open in the morning. Typically from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm. And they are not open every day. As a matter of fact for the vast majority they are open either open every other day (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday or Wednesday, Friday, Sunday), or sometimes only twice a week. This is the case of the Bastille Market (Metro Bastille and Metro Bréguet Sabin )which is open only on Thursday and Sunday morning. We like to send people there because it is a very big market with over one hundred vendors. And it has a nice stand of Crêperie in the middle. Here you get a video of a lady preparing a crêpe there; and you can get that crêpe for only 3 Euros! 
There is only one Open Air market open every day of the week, it is called Marché Aligre (Metro Ledru Rollin or Metro Faidherbe Chaligny) which happens on the eponymous street. It is an interesting market because you find all kinds of quality in that market – the good, the bad and the ugly. There is also a nice covered market in the middle of it called Marché Beauveau – sometimes called Marché Beauveau Aligre. On the contrary, Covered Markets are open every day, and not just in the morning, but also in the late afternoon. Typically from 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm. 
We are blessed with two markets close to where Le Foodist is located, so we can walk to a market every morning – sometimes it is the Maubert market, and sometimes it is the Monge market. Both nice with their own specififies. Last but not least, none of these markets is open on Monday. Do not sign-up for a Market Tour on Monday, you might never see that money again …