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Cooking/Cocktail Classes

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Join us to learn how to cook some delicious French dishes and tasty cocktails! Romain Monnoyeur, Executive Chef, and Nicolas Mermet, General Manager, will be your hosts and teachers for a fun, hands-on cooking class with friends, family or co-workers. Classes are taught online (most of the time via the software Zoom) and guests can interact with the host in order to ask questions during the show! Classes are typically 45min to 90min depending on the recipe and the number of interactions the host has with the guests. The number of people participating is unlimited so whether you have 2 or 75 or200 participants, the price remains the same.

Cocktail class or cooking class without prepared kit

How it works:

1/ A week before the event, we send out the list of ingredients the participant will need to buy for the recipe.

2/ A time is set up for the class, and a zoom meeting is created. (or any software the company wants to use)

3/ 15min before the class, we will get connected and will making sure that everything is working correctly.

4/ After the class, we send out the recipe for people to reuse and impress their friends and family!

Cocktail class or cooking class with prepared kit

1/ Two weeks before the event, we decide on a recipe and the ingredients to be used for the recipe. (For cocktail classes, these 2 weeks are especially important because our specialty cocktails have infusions, and/or specialty syrup. Some infusions take up to 10 days!)

2/ Two days before the event, we drop kits at the office/headquarters of the company.

3/ A time is set up for the class, and a zoom meeting is created. (or any software the company wants to use)

4/ 15min before the class, we will get connected and will making sure that everything is working correctly.

5/ After the class, we send out the recipe for people to reuse and impress their friends and family!

Example of dishes:

French Mac and Cheese,
Chocolate mousse,
Crep-Burrito,
Apple crumble,
Croque Madame,
Chocolate-banana crepes
Pesto-Asparagus Risotto,
French Toast with quick strawberry jam and vanilla Chantilly,
Lamb Kefta with tahini sauce…
French fried chicken style (Cordon bleu)

 

Example of Cocktails without kits:

What’s a sour? French 75 and Tom’s Collins
Old-fashioned with riffs.

 

Example of cocktail with kits:

How to make Westport Café’s Charlie Sour.
“I love rum!” Learn how to make the famous Bay of Bengal.