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Private Classes Possible
Only 95 € to Impress your Friends
Every Saturday and Sunday, 3:00 pm, 3 hrs
Followed by Teatime and Stories
Italian Meringue based Macarons (sadly, the best)Several Colors and Sweet FillingsUse of the piping bagA Fail proof recipe
"The experience was terrific and the hosts were knowledgable and un-intimidating. I highly recommend this fun and inspiring introduction to creating your own French macaron cookies."
Susan, Tripadvisor Top Contributor, April 2015
Only 95 € - 3 hrsWhat else?
Mon. & Thur.; start at 3:00 pm; Sun.; start at 10:00 am, 3 hrs
Tea and Coffee served during class
Totally Hands On
French and Chocolate CroissantsA self-raising dough Learn the art of the foldKey tips and tricks revealed
"The decor is really beautiful and stylish in a contemporary way, very impressive. [...] It was really easy to follow and with dreamy music on in the background. Despite some of the cooking being tricky it just kind of felt easy as amanda was there watching over to make sure it went ok."
Lauren, Tripadvisor, February 2015
Only 95 € for a lifetime of Joy!
Saturday, start at 3:00 pm, 3 hrs
Cream Puffs, Chocolate EclairsCrème Chantilly & Crème PâtissièreHow to use the piping bagNumerous tips and tricks
"This class was extremely worthwhile! Amanda and Fred were very welcoming! Their kitchen was beautiful, their stories were entertaining and the eclairs and creme puffs were delicious!"
Katie, Tripadvisor, March 2015
110 € - 3&1/2 hrs ... of Pure Pleasure
Friday, start at 3:00 pm, 3 hrs
French and Italian MeringueSweet & Savory FillingsMultiple ColorsUse of the piping bagKey tips and tricks
"Happy to say I reproduced them a couple of times since coming home very successfully. Merci Beaucoup Amanda and Fred"
Marshall, Tripadvisor, March 2015
"We were recently in Paris and had signed up for a pastry class @ Le Foodist @ 59 rue Cardinal Lemoine and had such a good time we also did their Wine & Cheese Class the next evening"
Fred and Carol Pomeranz, Tripadvisor, October 2013
Market Visit and Cooking Class
Tue, Fri, Sat, Sun; start at 9:00 am
Cooking Class and Lunch
Tue, Fri, Sat, Sun; start at 10:30 am
Evening Market & Cooking Class
Wed, Thur; start at 4:30 pm
Discover France in 6 Glasses
Sat, Sun, Mon; 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Wine & Cheese Pairing Lunch
Sat, Sun, Mon; 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Hands On or Hands In Pastry? Maybe we should say: hands in ... the dough. There is no avoiding getting dirty when you cook pâtisserie. But at the end it is mostly sugar, butter or chocolate we are talking about. So it's not so bad, is it?.
Parisian Pastry Techniques: Simple techniques are the foundation of any great French meal and French professional cooking certification. So we cover some of these fundamental techniques in each of our classes. And then we explain a bit of the theory, because we all learn differently.
Tasting and listening to french pastry stories: When the time comes to taste the fruit of your efforts, we will share tea or coffee - and the stories of how these exotic beverages have helped shape the face of the earth, and more modestly Paris.
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