The make it look so simple don't they? The French seem to be able to debone a chicken in their sleep and at the same time decorate a bunch of macarons. Do you want to know know how they do it?
If you enjoy cooking and want to learn how to master some of the more technical part of French cuisine then our series of French Cuisine Technical Classes is the class for you!
Our three hour French Cuisine Technical Classes focus from start to finish on a particiular technique whilst creating the meal that you will enjoy and be able to brag about!
We offer two technical classes which focus on two different areas of French cuisine:
Poultry (Volaille) Technical Class
If you long for a cooking experience that is fun and has a more rigorous element of technical application, then join us three hour Poultry (Volaille) Technical Classes. You will learn and apply the following techniques:
How to debone your fowl
How to make chicken stock, and its various applications
How to make ‘paupiettes’ (stuffed chicken parcels)
Once you have produce your masterpiece you will be able to enjoy it with your fellow chefs, over a glass of wine
Macaron Intensive Technical Class
During this class you will learn and practice two meringue techniques (French and Italian), create three different garnishes from start to finish, and learn to apply a different variation on your Macaron cookie. From the meringue, to the Macaron cookie, to the filling, you learn from start to finish six techniques – and of course have your box of Macarons to enjoy thereafter!
In this class you will learn and apply the following techniques:
Macaron shell variation – using a different nut flour
Garnish: homemade traditional Crème au Beurre
Garnish: homemade traditional Pastry Cream
Garnish: homemade fruit compote
Is your French a little rusty? Do not worry: all of our classes are taught in English!
To book these classes (or any of our other classes), please see our class calander for availabilities.
For the Poultry Technical class, look for this symbol:
For the Macaron Technical class, look for this symbol: