Online Cooking Classes

April 24 – LOIRE VALLEY COOKING CLASS

$55,00 /pers.

EXPERIENCE ORIGINAL LOIRE VALLEY RECIPES THROUGH MY VIRTUAL FRENCH COOKING CLASS!

The Kings Valley, well known for its outstanding royal chateaux, stretches its rich farmland on both sides of the Loire river. Choosing this class features tasty goat cheese, fish and tasty fruits and vegetables, all organic. You will learn how to pair the food with expressive wines such as Sauvignon, Chenin blanc and Cabernet Franc.
Join my upcoming Loire Valley Cooking Class to experience a creative and well balanced Spring menu.
This class is hands-on and set on Zoom. You will cook in your kitchen from the comfort of your home.
Food allergies, likes and dislikes are always considered and it’s possible to update the menu accordingly.


MENU

  • Warm Goat Cheese Salad with Pears
  • River Fish Fillet, Quinoa & Seasonal Vegetables
  • Caramelized Apple “TATIN” tartlets

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Hands-on Virtual Cooking Class
  • Taught in English & run by Corinne from Paris
  • Recipes in English are emailed when you sign in, giving you time to organize your food shopping.
  • Duration: 3 hrs
  • Class is scheduled at 11:30am Eastern time US/Canada AND at 5:30pm Eastern time Australia
  • Virtual classes registrations are nonrefundable.
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Description

The Loire Valley known as “the Garden of France” is a fertile region where a rich farmland stretches on both sides of the Loire river, growing lots of veggies and fruits (apple, pears, berries, etc.). It’s also well known for its mushrooms caves, its forest full of game (fall season), its ponds and river for freshwater fish, etc. Many desserts have been created in the Loire Valley such as Tarte Tatin – this delicious upside-down caramelized applet art – Cremet d’Anjou – a mix of whipped cream, whipped cottage cheese and whisked egg whites – Pithiviers – a puff pastry pie filled with almond cream… Loire Valley is also reputed for the goat cheese taking the names of villages where it’s from : Selles-sur-Cher, Sainte-Maure-de-Touraine, Valençay, Chavignol. These mild cheese are exquisite with a dry white wine from the region.
Loire Valley is a reputed wine region whose varied soil and climate give definitive expression of popular wine grapes such as Sauvignon, Chenin blanc and Cabernet Franc. Vineyards are divided into five areas including Touraine with its own wines and varietals. Loire Valley is France’s 3rd largest region in terms of production, and the vineyards is the 4th largest one in the country. 63 appellations (AOC) are listed for 400 millions bottles.

Additional information

Online Cooking Class

April 24, at 11:30am (USA/Canada), April 24, at 5:30pam (Australia)