Sunday, November 16, 2008

Baking Lesson I

I went for some baking lesson over the weekend with a famous French Pastry Chef here. His bakery served cookies, cakes, pastries, handmade chocolate and their croissant is the best. It’s so light and buttery. We will stop by his bakery each time we drove by this area and so happen I saw a sign saying that there will be lesson over the weekend and without hesitation I signed up for it. This French guy is funny and excellent teacher and I enjoyed his class a lot so much so that I sign up for his class again next month. He taught us Crème Brulee, Lady Fingers and two types of Mousse cake. Here are some pictures I took during the lesson.

Piping the lady fingers
The base of the Mousse Cake
He is such a happy guy that he even posed for me with the baked lady fingers :)
Lining the lady fingers to the baking pan
Mixing the Strawberry Mousse
The cakes all ready for the Chocolate Mousse topping. We took one of this cake home.
All ready to be eaten. We ran out of time so we didn't decorate the top with chocolate shaving or fresh fruits. This cake was cut and share among us in the class.
Pouring the Crème Brulee mix into the baking dish. All ready to be bake in the oven.
All ready to be eaten.
We were so busy taking our share of cakes and Crème Brulee home that I forgot to take a picture of the final cake.


Beachlover said...

wow!! this french baking lesson look cool.Wish they have one here,I also can go and learn ffrom this master!

Anonymous said...

Creme Brulee!! My favorite!So i assume you know how to make it now. Will wait for it when we're back home!! :P


Salt N Turmeric said...

bestnya dapat gi baking class. once a mth aje ke?

drNO said...

do share what u've learned...:)

Kikey Loo said...

thanks for dropping by my blog.
went to ur others 2 blogs as well, you really good in cooking and baking!

Zue Murphy said...

They all look delicious. Do you have to pay for his class?

ICook4Fun said...

Lesley, he is such a great teacher. I am so looking foward to take more baking lesson from him.

Amelia, I am going to make some for you when I am home :)

Farina, he runs a bakery so he only can conduct class once a month.

Dr No, hey welcome back. Where have you been?

Kikey, thank you.

Zue, of course I have to pay. Mana ada free lesson kat sini :)