Chef Eric Fraudeau opened his first French cooking school in 2007 in Paris with a passion to share his over 20 years of experience with fellow food lovers from around the world. To truly know the French, you need to know their food. Visiting the markets of France is a good way to start.
It was in a small boutique in Paris’s Montmartre district that is all began with 1 chef and 6 students per class. Now we open a second school where the tradition continues: French cooking classes in a fun, convivial setting, French market tours, wonderful French cheese & French wine. We shop together, we cook together, we eat together.
An online French cooking lesson over 2 days. An interactive, relaxed, hands-on cooking experience with Chef Eric as your guide. You’ll learn to prepare a variety of pâtés and terrines from start to finish to share with family and friends.BOOK NOW
A great sauce starts with a great stock. Come join us for this unique online Sauce Making class where we will help you perfect your sauce making from stock to finish. With the base of the French mother sauces as your building blocks, the options are countless.BOOK NOW
An online macaron baking class, LIVE from France. Join our pastry chef and learn to make macarons from the comfort of your home kitchen. We’ll make a large macaron gâteau and small bite-size macarons to decorate it with. A tasty bite of France.BOOK NOW
An online French desserts class from our Paris kitchen. Join our pastry chef for a classic French desserts class online. Learn to make boutique worthy French desserts all in the comfort of your home kitchen. Expert instruction for a hands on experience.BOOK NOW
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One of the questions, we get often at our French cooking schools when we talk about chocolate is, ”what kind of chocolate should I use?” Click here to find out.
Not everyone is lucky enough to find good bread easily, but with a bit of patience and perseverance, you could be making great bread at home. To inaugurate our upcoming bread master class, chef Eric talks a bit about the history of bread making and the good, the bad, and the ugly in the breads we eat almost daily.
So it turns out that tourists love snails as much as we do! Who knew. A great discovery for this French chef. So I’m sharing some recipes with you to try at home. Check it out.