Join us for a French Macaron cooking class!
Learn all the secrets to succeed making Macarons with a native French chef from My French Recipe!
Macarons are not complicated, but they require to follow some precise steps. Learn all the steps with our French chef and bake macarons like a pro!
We will first make the authentic lemon curd from scratch, and then we will prepare the shells.
- Lemon curd
- Macarons shells (French meringue technique)
What you will learn
- To make a lemon curd
- All the steps to make nice macarons
- To make a French meringue
- To use a pastry bag
- To pipe macarons
When: Thursday, June 13 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Where: Perfect Temper Kitchen, located at 6900 Alma Dr # 140, Plano TX 75023
Admission: AF Members: $59 | Non-Members: $69 per participant
You will leave with the recipes in English but also in French. Plus, we will teach you some French cooking expressions!
You don’t need to speak French to attend this class.
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Call us at (972) 733-0844 or email us at email@example.com for more details.
Cancellation and Refund Policy:
• All ingredients and tools are provided. • The end time of the workshop may fluctuate depending on the number of participants. • Only paying participants are allowed in the kitchen. • Please wear closed shoes. Long hair should be pulled back. • On the day of the workshop, you get 10% discount on all our products. (Baking mixes, tools, gift boxes) • Class of 12 max. • You will receive an email with all the information few days before the cooking class. • Cooking classes will be given by Isabel Mota, licensed with food manager certificate and French native. She launched My French Recipe to promote French food in the USA. • No refunds will be issued otherwise unless a class is cancelled by My French Recipe. In this event, 100% of the cost will be refunded. *Our recipes are developed using common cooking and baking ingredients. Some may not be specified in the menu titles. If you have a food allergy, please check with My French Recipe before attending the class. Adjustments to recipes cannot be made during class.