Date(s) - 30/06/2020
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The name of Tarte Tatin comes from the Hotel Tatin, which is just south of Paris, in Lamotte-Beuvron. A pair of sisters, Caroline and Stephanie Tatin, ran the hotel in the early 1880s. Stephanie, the story goes, was baking for the day’s meal, and had intended to make a traditional apple pie Distracted that day, she left the sliced apples to sauté in butter and sugar too long, and they began to burn. To avoid them browning further and to turn the sauté into steaming, she tossed a round of pie dough atop the apples, and then slid the whole thing, pan and all, into a hot oven.
We are offering 6 different experiences each week where we will have up to 3 people in the class with us.
Each course is 20€ and usually lasts about 2 hours
If you want to book all 3 places for a course to cook together with family or friends the price is reduced to 15€ each. This can be a really rewarding way to spend time with people you can’t see at the moment or simply live in a different part of the world.
When you book a class we will send you an ingredients list and an equipment list and the meeting details through zoom. You will need to download Zoom to the device you plan to use for the class and log on to the meeting ten minutes before the start time.You can download Zoom from their website, or alternatively there is a link on our homepage.
Bookings are closed for this event.