Classic sugar confections for the holidays

Bakers and consumers alike are invited to put a little French in your Friday nights with the baking and cooking Tasting Series from The French Pastry School. Perfect as a gift and for special evenings with friends or first (and second!) dates, these two-hour demonstrations by our award winning Chef Instructors will show you not only how to make classic French recipes but also how to enjoy all of this good food like a true “Bon Vivant.”

Date: Oct 18, 2013 (6 – 8 pm) • Chef: Patrice Caillot, World Pastry Champion • Cost: $75.00

In this session of the Tasting Series, The Gift of Homemade: Classic Sugar Confections for the Holidays , your chef will present the following recipes and pair them with champagne:

Salted Caramel Candies

Passion Fruit and Apricot Pâte de Fruit

Orange Blossom and Roasted Nut Nougat

Bourbon Vanilla Bean Marshmallow

Tasting Paired with Champagne

In an intimate and relaxed setting, you will learn from and interact with your chef as they demonstrate a selection of recipes and guide you through a tasting that will open your eyes to the many facets of flavor. Toast your companion with your glass of champagne – a perfect, fun way to end a beautiful day or start an enchanting night out in the city.

The French Pastry School offers these demonstrations about once a month – space is limited so please be sure to sign up well in advance. The cost of the class is $75 per person and includes a demonstration, tastings of all recipes prepared, a beverage pairing, and a gift to take home. The recipes will be available in printed or electronic form. All attendees must be 21 years of age and over.

Source: http://www.bakemag.comwww.frenchpastryschool.com

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