paris market classes
Duck breast or Magret de Canard is a very popular meat in France. You can enjoy it with many different flavors such as orange, honey, garlic, sherry vinegar. It is a versatile and delicious option to substitute for other meats you might normally eat. Many of our students love to learn how to cook this in the Market Class
Oysters are a very popular part of the French diet and Christmas time is a chance to indulge.
Some people like to eat them as they are or with a splash of sauce like this recipe with zesty orange.
Coq au Vin (literally "rooster in red wine") is probably the most famous of all French chicken dishes, and certainly one of the most delicious, with its rich red wine sauce, its tender onions and mushroom garniture, and its browned pieces of chicken with their wonderful flavor. This is a delicious recipe made in the Morning Market Cooking Class
A traditional Sunday dish, beef bourguignon is a recipe from Burgundy, France. Burgundy is a region renowned for the quality of its cattle farms, especially the Charolais cattle and its vineyards such as the Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuits-Saint-Georges. Along with "pain d'epices" or "oeufs en meurette", beef bourguignon is emblematic dish of Burgundy and its terroir. This is a delicious recipe made in the Morning Market Cooking Class
There are so many great recipes for fresh sea scallops. Here is an elegant soup recipe that we cooked with our students in the Market Class.
Have a delicious, culinary experience and learn the secrets of French cuisine with a cooking class in Paris
Our market cooking classes in Paris
start with a visit guided by the Chef to the local market to discover and select fresh, seasonal produce for the day's menu, back in the school.
Our market cooking classes start with a visit guided by the Chef to the local market to discover and select fresh, seasonal produce for the day's menu.