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An exclusive opportunity to learn the secrets of creating perfect macarons with award-winning pastry chef Christophe Rhedon in his beautiful open kitchen near rue Cler.
Renowned chef Philippe Excoffier reveals the secrets of his signature “Soufflé Suissesse”: learn how to create savory and dessert dishes to wow your family and friends back home!
Explore the local open-air food market with Cordon Bleu-trained chef Charlotte and prepare a fabulous three-course meal in her state-of-the-art kitchen in the 7th arrondissement.
Learn all the techniques of baking three types of classic French bread with an expert chef in a Parisian kitchen atelier, and make baguettes worthy of your local boulangerie!
Prepare a variety of French breakfast pastries, including croissants, pains au chocolat and pain aux raisins, at this comprehensive baking class held in the heart of Montmartre.
Learn the secrets of top Parisian patisserie baking at this three-hour beginner’s class, and prepare numerous classic French desserts you can easily replicate back home.
Learn the secrets of home French cooking from a leading Parisian chef in an atmosphere where gourmands will feel right at home, from market stall right through to the dinner table!
Enjoy the hospitality of a Parisian chef in her cozy restaurant in the 7th neighbourhood with this culinary experience that highlights the secrets and techniques of French cooking.
Savor the secrets behind Paris' ultra-trendy and undeniably delicious macarons with this cooking class that teaches students the art of creating the treat - along with generous samples!
From Crème brulées to Chouquette, you’ll have the chance to master the art of creating a collection of decadent French delicacies that both you and your loved ones can enjoy.
Follow your appetite to this family-friendly activity where creative visitors of all ages will learn the art of making choux, éclairs and other Parisian treats that will satisfy any sweet tooth.
Famous for its richness and complexity as well as its rustic simplicity, French cuisine is such a treasured part of French culture that UNESCO declared it a “world intangible heritage.” For visitors to the Paris, getting in touch with this tradition is as easy as popping into a local boulangerie early in the morning or dining at a tiny bistro in a tucked away side road.
Whether you are an avid cook or have trouble boiling water, it’s hard not be inspired to whip something up yourself as you stroll past brasseries, fragrant patisseries and cafés. Try your hand at putting together your own Parisian picnic using ingredients gathered from Rue Cler Street Market, an idyllic cobbled road lined with magnificent bakeries, butcher, cheese and wine shops.
For a more in-depth look at French cooking, it’s hard to beat a cooking class. Taught by chefs and longtime Parisian residents, there is something about cooking with locally sourced ingredients that puts you in touch with the Parisian culture in a unique way. And not only will you leave with your very own delicious samples, but you’ll also come away with new skills to wow family and friends at home.