All cooped up this winter and looking for something fun, creative and tasty to do? Well here you go, learn to make pastries and bread with two new virtual workshops.
Well, there’s nothing like taking up baking and learning how to make your own hot-from-the-oven baked goods that you and your family can enjoy, from recipe to the oven to your table.
Auberge Saint-Antoine is about to expand its popular “Zoom en Cuisine” virtual culinary series as it offers two new virtual workshops where even the most amateur of bakers can create baked delights with easy-to-follow recipes and tips that are both fun and helpful.
The first workshop takes place on January 30 at 2 p.m. La Folle Tablee, a creative and family-friendly sweets bar located in the Charlesbourg area of Quebec City, teams up with the Chez Muffy family to offer a pastry making workshop, in which participants will be making from scratch the traditional English dessert Eton Mess (but with a unicorn twist to it), which is made up of cream, strawberry compote and creative cupcakes. Cost for this workshop is $40, which includes a dessert kit for four people, ingredients, recipes and a link to tune into the virtual pastry workshop.
How to make bread
The next workshop happens on February 6 at 3:30 p.m., as second generation artisan Boulanger Francois Borderon – from Borderon Le Fils in Quebec City – will conduct a class on how to make your own country-style bread that uses locally milled flour from the legendary Moulin de la Remy located in Baie-St-Paul. Cost for this workshop starts at $25, which includes a special baking kit that contains locally sourced ingredients, which will be delivered right to your door.
For more information about these upcoming Zoom en Cuisine workshops, go here.