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Le Foodist

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Le Foodist

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Isabela wrote a review Jun 2020
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I really enjoyed this class! I love baking and I had never made macarons before so I learned a lot and has loads of fun! I went with my father, who does not bake, and he enjoyed it as well! It was really well organised and the macarons, and the recipe, we left with were really good! I will say that you were heavily assisted while making the macarons, which I'm sure is really great for some people, and I liked it as well but after I left I didn't feel like I had really made macarons. Also, even though the room is not what I expected (it's quite a small, dark basement), you get used to it very quickly and by the end of the class, I loved it as well.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Paul L wrote a review May 2020
Düsseldorf, Germany6 contributions
My family of 4 (kids 14/16) did the experience including the shopping beforehand and we had a great time. We learned a lot about cheese and food on the shopping trip. For cooking the meal, everyone was able to participate as much as they wanted in all phases of the food preparation. We learned a lot about cooking and in the end were able to enjoy a delicious meal with good wine and good company. We highly recommend this experience!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sarahm wrote a review Apr 2020
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I will forever be grateful that I chose to partake in this macron baking class during my trip to Paris. I always wanted to take a baking class in Paris (I am an amateur baker myself) but I couldn't decide between macarons, other pastries, baguettes, etc. I am a diehard macaron fan (thanks, Blair Waldorf and gossip girl) and have failed at making them myself at home. This price was classy but after taking it, let me tell you, worth EVERY penny. I went with a friend and we had the best time! the instructor was friendly but firm, great at giving directions, accurate and funny. taught a lot of tips and kept us busy the whole time. we made tons of macarons and got to enjoy them with a cup of complimentary tea and some great conversation. As mentioned in the other reviews- my only tip would be to bring your own strong, plastic tupperware to the class. You get to take home the extra macarons and the bakery box they provide (like any other box) is flimsy and high chance your macarons will get crushed unless you go directly back to the hotel. Best option would be to bring 'macaron inserts' so each macaron can sit and be 100% safe- this will likely take up way too much space though as you can easily go home with 40-50+ macarons of your own. just bring something to help keep your macarons safe! a plastic tupperware, perhaps something to help prevent them from getting crushed, a good strong carry bag. I had the BEST time in this class. The facility was neat, tidy, upscale, excellent experience all around! I can't wait to return to Paris and would love to retake this class (or another class at this facility)! 1000% HIGHLY recommend if you like to bake or if you like to eat macarons! I went with a friend but it would be such a fun experience for a couple too. DO IT!! ITS WORTH EVERY PENNY!! (and don’t forget to bring your own tupperware for extra macarons! I read the tips and still didn't do it and regretted it!)
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Ed G wrote a review Apr 2020
New York City, New York30 contributions14 helpful votes
Outstanding experience! Amanda is an experienced baker and great teacher. Every minute was productive even with this time consuming recipe. There were so many new techniques taught and new baking items to buy back at home (pastry broom/brush is my favorite). I have just made my first batch back at home and Amanda's teaching was so good that there are only minor mistakes (all my fault). And they also taste exquisite. I cannot wait to return to learn to make eclairs.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Redwood49 wrote a review Apr 2020
Boulder Creek, California6 contributions5 helpful votes
To get right to the point, this experience exceeded my expectations, by far. Our charming guide and expert chef, Sara, met my wife and I near the Marche St. Germain. At the market we procured the freshest herbs, vegetables, fruits and meats to create our gourmet dinner. We learned more about the menu and the ingredients, chatted with the vendors, then headed to the very comfortable Le Foodist headquarters. Downstairs, a fully-equipped professional kitchen, upstairs a relaxing lounge and dining area. Preparing dinner under Sara's expert direction with three other convivial dinner companions / student cooks was a blast, and the results were absolutely delicious. Paired with some excellent wine, and followed by a fabulous dessert, it was an experience that I look forward to repeating on my next trip to Paris. Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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