Macarons, Macaroons & Meringues

Discover how to make mouth-watering macarons, macaroons and meringues - just like the professionals!

Join tutors and expert pastry chefs, Graham and Rose Dunton, for this hands-on one-day course where you’ll learn the secrets to producing delicious French patisserie in your own kitchen.

Graham and Rose will share the skills and knowledge gained over many years making patisserie for some of the world's finest hotels and restaurants. You will learn the techniques and methods used to create macarons, macaroons and meringues, such as mixing techniques, using a Bain Marie and meringue types.

During the day, you will create products including:

  • English macaroon - coconut
  • French macaron - vanilla and pistachio
  • Charlotte's Rhubarb Sticks
  • Chocolate Meringues

Everything you make on the day will be available for you to try at the School or to take home and enjoy with friends and family.

The course is ideal for those wishing to learn how to make patisserie in their home kitchen, or those would like to enhance their existing skills and knowledge. No prior experience is necessary; just enthusiasm and a willingness to work alongside other food lovers to make artisan patisserie.

Refreshments will be available throughout each day, as well as buffet style lunches prepared by our team of chefs. All ingredients and equipment will be provided.


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Subjects: Patisserie, Baking

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