Cours de cuisine à Paris : apprenez à faire des croissants
Suivez les instructions étape par étape et apprenez à confectionner une pâte à croissant légère de bout en bout. Avec les conseils pratiques de votre instructeur, maîtrisez l’art du plié et découvrez comment obtenir de formidables résultats à chaque fois. Ensuite, mettez vos croissants au four et regardez-les lever lentement. Pendant votre cours, vous confectionnerez également des pains au chocolat - une pâtisserie fourrée au chocolat.
Après environ deux heures, une fois la cuisson terminée, sortez vos pâtisseries fraîches du four et savourez-les avec une tasse de thé, de café ou un jus de fruits. Quand vous avez terminé, quittez votre instructeur et recevez une boîte de vos propres créations à partager avec vos amis ou votre famille ainsi qu'une copie électronique des recettes en anglais.
- Utilisation du matériel nécessaire et tenue appropriée
- Boîte pour emporter 5 à 6 croissants
- Café, thé ou jus de fruits
- Copie électronique des recettes en anglais
- Pourboires (facultatifs)
- Vous recevrez la confirmation au moment de la réservation
- L’âge minimum pour cette visite est de 10 ans
- Les enfants non accompagnés ne sont pas acceptés
The cooking class was excellent. Hugo was very interactive and very knowledgeable. Plus the croissants that you got to take home were delicious.
This class was great! Do yourself a favor and take this class.
Such an enjoyable experience! Amanda was delightful- she engaged everyone in the process and the class was well-paced. Lovely venue. I felt like I really accomplished something and had fun doing it- I would definitely recommend!
This was the best! Amanda was friendly, informative and so pleasant we could have stayed in her kitchen all day. The croissant making process is much longer than I ever assumed but this class went so fast and was so enjoyable I would recommend it to everyone. Very hands on and the croissants were delicious. If I ever get back to Paris I would definitely take another one of her classes.
Nice time but a bit costly.
le foodist....we arrived a bit early and waited outside to accomadate the the dinner class that was finishing there program...not a problem...we took a few photos and as the party exited we either spoke to them of where they were from or how much they enjoyed the activity . We were pleasantly invited inside and they appologized for having the remnants of the previous party still in our entrance area we were escorted to an area for a short wait and some conversation...very pleasant clean and fresh basement area again greeted and escorted to a kitchen area and given space to accomadate our outer ware then aprons were handed out for our baking experience. Amanda greeted us and we proceeded through the process , with a break for coffee or water and were offered a bit of wine that was delish...I will say that Fred and Amanda owners/operators as well as the other staff members were very kind , helpful friendly in all aspects of our stay and the program and the croissants were also delish our take home box..we used through our remaining days for breakfast with great Paris coffee.We look forward to returning home and making our own Paris style croissants...mmmmm. I/We would recommend Le foodist for all there activities...ps cabies just a short block and 1/2 on the left side of the main intersection...loved it ..viva la France...again thank you Fred and Amanda.........fred and karen