Master Pastry Workshop
Pastry making is such a versatile art! With the essential principles of pastry work under your belt, you can tackle the full range of pastry options, from shortcrust, to puff, to choux, to danish.
Accompanying each of these types of pastry are classic fillings, such as frangipane or crème patissière. Top your frangipane with fresh fruit, and you have one of the most delicious tarts you could possibly imagine. Or, you might just want your pastry plain. Imaging being able to make your own croissants!
You will learn to do all this and more in this four-part workshop that runs over four consecutive Tuesday evenings. In each class you will be making a selection of tarts and pastries that you will then take home to share. We'll also make sure that you make something very delicious to eat in the class.
The cost of the workshop series is $340 for the four classes. You can take the classes individually, but we recommend you do all four, as each class will build on knowledge and techniques taught in the previous class. The cost of individual classes is $95.
We organise cooking classes and parties where you make wonderful food, broaden your connections, and, in the case of workplace teams, explore team dynamics.
Our qualified chefs will teach new skills as they guide and inspire you and your friends in the preparation of amazing food.
You do the cooking; we make it magic!
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Why will you love it?
Learn all the tricks and make some delicious delicacies
What will you learn?
In the first class (5 June) we will make sweet and savoury shortcrust, learn how to blind bake, and make crème patissière and frangipane. We will put all this together in three separate tarts, a quiche lorraine, a fruit tart with crème patissière, and a tarte frangipane.
In the second class (12 June) we will make puff and choux pastry. We will use our crème patissière skills to transform the choux into profiteroles, and use our gorgeous puff to make vol à vents and a tarte tatin.
In our third class (19 June) we will make puff pastry and use your gorgeous puff to make vol à vents and an apple tarte tatin.
In our final class (26 June) we apply our knowledge of puff to the task of making yeast puff, or what we know of as Danish pastry. We will make croissants and a range of elegant pastries using crème patissière, frangipane and fruit.
The classes start at 6 pm and finish at 9 pm.
What will you get?
- Knowledge and skills in making delicious pastries.
- Tasters in each class
- Tarts and pastries to take home at each class!