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Sub-total (excluding HOMEtainment service fee)
GBP £190.00
Available Dates

GBP £190.00 / Masterclass per 3 hr

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Operating hours:
Sunday: 11:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Friday: 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Learn how to make macarons the professional way in the comfort of your own home!!!
I will be teaching you hand to hand how to make this iconic treats and how to take beautiful pictures with your own mobile to post them on instagram!!!
After this class you will have learned:
* how to make two of the most popular flavours of macarons in France and in the world ( Rose jam and Belgian chocolate )
*how to make Swiss meringue buttercream (special for macaron filling)
*how to make chocolate ganache (special for macarons filling)
*how to gain confidence when making your own flavours
*Nuances and Secrets to be successful at making macarons every time.
*Tips where to purchase lovely gift boxes to pack your precious macaron jewels. (not amazon)

Minimum spend: 190
Lead time (days) ahead of booking: 14
Minimum number of persons: 2
Maximum number of persons: 6
Included (the HOMETAINER will bring...): Ingredients, pipping bags, apron
I will need the host to provide: Hand or kitchen mixer for the egg white, 1x pan and stove
Food Expertise: Baker, Cake artist
Food Experiences - Country of Origin: Desserts, International cuisines, Masterclasses
This experience is ideal for: Birthday celebration, Couple, Family, Group of friends
Style of service: Relaxed (Notting Hill / East London)
As designed this experience contains the following allergens: Nuts, Dairy, eggs.
As a coronavirus precaution, I will: mask, sanitiser
Keywords: macaron, macaroon, pastry, cooking class
South East London London, United Kingdom SE3
About the HOMEtainer

I began my career when I was 15 years old as I came from a family of foodies! Since an early age I had my first encounters with the restaurant business helping out on my mom's restaurant. What I didn't know was that those days would change my life for ever, I began falling in love with the hospitality world and I was very inclined on working and learning from different cuisines. At 19 I decided to venture to The United Estates and try to learn as much as I could from working in international kitchens. It was a lovely experience but as I always say "If you want to be the best you have to study" So I enrolled into an international culinary Art school. Once I graduated everything started to make more sense in my life and I found better jobs within the hospitality industry. I worked in nice places like the Radisson and Hilton hotels but my learning path wasn't complete. I decided to come to Europe and joined " Le Cordon Bleu'' I loved it... I could finally feel that everything was taking a more serious approach. After graduating I worked in Michelin starred places like "Le Jardin des Sens" in the South of France, then The Langham, Four Seasons and The Berkeley hotels in London. In 2010 I open my first Boutique patisserie and had it open for 10 years. Nowadays I work independently taking the best of my experience to people's homes with a Michelin start approach and service, I also make modernist cakes and desserts to compliment the full experience...

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