Ladurée Patisserie Cooking WorkshopPerhaps in Australia most people associate macarons with Ladurée. However, Ladurée is not just known for his macarons. In this 6-hour workshop, students will learn and prepare a 7 desserts from renown chef Louis-Ernest Ladurée's parisian patisserie stores.
Ladurée is a French luxury bakery and sweets maker house created in 1862. It is one of the top premier maker and sellers of the double-decker macaron (know as Macaron de Paris).
Meal will be served at the conclusion of the workshop and some desserts will be taken home by students.
Like all our other Cooking Classes and Workshops, this workshop is fully practical (hands-on). Students are fully involved in this workshop. We don't ask you to just watch the demonstration, prepared to get your hands messy! (Okay, not that messy)
We have one set of menu (set of recipes) for this workshop (click button to reveal)
Louis-Ernest Ladurée founded the bakery on the Rue Royale in Paris in 1862. During the Paris Commune uprising of 1871 the bakery was burnt down. A pastry shop was re-built at the same location and Jules Chéret was entrusted with the interior decoration.
In 1993, the Groupe Holder took over the Ladurée Pastry shop. Following the takeover, the company began an expansion drive to turn Ladurée from the single rue Royale bakery into an upmarket worldwide patisserie chain of shops (currently they are about 60 shops located on all continents).
During this class we will reproduced a selection of 7 of Ladurée special desserts recipes.
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enrolmentTo enrol into this workshop, you can simply enrol yourself online with our secure website, give us a call or fill in the enrolment form (printed version). (More information on enrolment.)
Workshops are run subject to acquiring minimum numbers. Maximum number of students for this Workshop is 6.
what to bringStudents are asked two tea towels, food containers (for taking food home) and wear full closed flat shoes.
Students will enjoy the food prepared by the students at the end of the workshop.
Please feel free to bring a camera with you if you'd like to take photos of completed work. (We found many students were interested to take photos of the food they made.)