For members

$120

For non-members

$150

About this Event

Each workshop will follow the method of the École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse with a hands-on class where participants work collaboratively under the direction of the chef to create the recipes. A tasting session concludes each workshop. Participants will take home the recipes of the pastries they created in class, along with a signature École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse apron. In this second workshop, master the art of preparing la pâte à choux and transforming it into delicious pastries

What you'll be making

  • Crisp éclairs with pumpkin-orange-vanilla cream
  • Chouquettes with pink praline and geranium-scented whipped cream
  • French cheese puffs filled with fromage frais

About Franck Geuffroy

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Vice-champion of France of plated dessert, winner of the first tasting prize in 1998, Franck Geuffroy was first working with Christophe Felder at the Crillon. In 2004, he joined the restaurant Alain Ducasse at the Plaza Athénée as a Pastry Chef before becoming the Pastry Director of the École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse in Paris.

About the École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse

Sharing knowledge is a core value for Alain Ducasse. The École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse is a contemporary 700 m² space located on rue du Ranelagh in the heart of Paris that opened its doors in 2009, giving the general public access to Chef Alain Ducasse expertise previously reserved to professionals.

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Above: © École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse

This event is made possible thanks to the Mosaïque Cultural Fund.
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