Challenge yourself to a delightful baking experience. Learn how to make perfect french macarons using the italian meringue method with the chef's very own experience and unique approach to baking. You will be participating in this group experience that will be surely lots of fun and insightful. There will be demonstration and some hands-on application involved during the process. Chef Eloise willingly shares tips about perfecting this intimidating pastry and how to run a successful small business in San Francisco. You will leave with your personal box of macarons and a new set of baking skills. Kindly take note that this is a group experience and the chef will be doing a demo at the start with guests piping and finishing up their macarons. *Macarons are naturally gluten free and made with almonds.
I am proudly born and raised in the city of Cebu, Philippines. I did not grow up being in the kitchen surrounded by family so I had to figure everything the hard way from the start. It wasn't after graduating college that I finally discovered this passion in baking. I took a leap of faith, left my home and comfort zone, and signed up for a pastry program in San Francisco. Fast forward to more than a decade later, I find myself celebrating the 10th year of my own café in my beloved city and teaching for 5 years. I am very passionate about sharing my professional and personal journey with my guests and making them confident that anyone can bake and have fun in the kitchen.
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The workshop will be conducted in the charming North Beach neighborhood, at a professional kitchen, that used to be a local dessert café owned by Chef Eloise.
最多11人參加，年齡須滿7歲。 Guests will be on their feet for the entire duration of the class. Some baking experience is helpful but not necessary. I will provide all the tools and equipment necessary.
Plan to dress lightly or in layers as the café might get warm depending on the weather. There is metered street parking or free parking around the neighborhood. The area is frequented by tourists.
The Magic of Macarons by a Pastry Chef