There are few pleasures in life greater than sharing good food with good friends. Whilst holidaying in France, you are surrounded by opportunities to sample the world's greatest cuisine in the food capital of Europe, and to share memorable meals with loved ones. All too soon these gastronomic adventures are over. But what if you were able to keep those food memories and experiences alive once you return home? What if you could recreate the very dishes you have enjoyed, in your own home? Well, you can! Lefoodist.com offers French cookery lessons in Paris, with all lessons being conducted in English.
Lessons range from baking and patisserie, to cooking with cheese and bread making. The emphasis is on using the very best locally sourced ingredients, with small classes providing participants with a fun and hands-on experience. All classes take place in a beautiful location, and can be with or without a market visit.
So how much can you expect to pay for a cookery course in Paris? Prices are much more reasonable than you might expect. For example, if you fancy learning how to make your own macarons, you would pay around 99 Euros for a 3 hours hands-on class, followed by tea time. Classes take place at 3pm, so no need for an early start. If croissants are more your thing, expect to pay around 109 Euros for a three hour class, with tea and coffee served in the class. Alternatively, a Parisian class Baguette and French bread making will cost 109 Euros for a four hour class starting in the morning, with coffee, tea and French toast.
Longer French cooking classes, involving market visits or lunch experiences, range from 159 Euros to 189 Euros. You really are spoilt for choice in terms of what you can learn and experience, and you may even find yourself going back for more.