Cooking Class: From Market to Table

Street market visit + French cooking class in Paris

6h
all year long,
except mondays
Lunch and wine
with guide
PT - ES - EN

WHAT BRINGS US HERE
In the heart of the Parisian life, the marchés are places not only for shopping but also for socializing and leisure, they are the backbone of French gastronomy.
These markets truly reflect the life of every neighborhood in Paris and are a great opportunity to discover the culinary habits and products that make the reputation of France in the world. They are the perfect place to live the day-to-day life of Parisians and see the city from the inside. And a great inspiration for a cooking class!

 

WHAT WILL HAPPEN
9am in the morning, we will meet with the Chef, leave our things in the kitchen and with the basket in hand and a menu in mind we will go to the market to discover the season’s ingredients.
We will choose the products that will be used in our recipes and return to the kitchen, where everyone will move to a hands-on mode and prepare a delicious lunch together.
During the preparation, we will cover the correct use of kitchen utensils – knives, fouet, confectionery bags – cooking techniques, history of French gastronomy and presentation.
The menu, which will change according to the season, will consist of an amuse- bouche, a starter, a main course, cheese and dessert. The wine will be chosen to harmonize and elevate the meal.

 

THIS TOUR INCLUDES
– Visit and shopping at a charming street market in Paris
– Cooking class
– Lunch: amuse bouche, starter, main course, cheeses and dessert
– Wine
– Recipe booklet

 

WHAT CAN BE INCLUDED
– Special products not available at the market such as truffles, caviar, and others
– Special wines
– Specific menu or topics
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WE ARE GOING HERE
did you know ?
Napoleon regularly walked the streets of the capital accompanied by his secretaries. They penetrated, anonymously, into the great and busy markets of the city. They sought to blend in and get into conversation with the merchants. The Emperor always asked them the following question: "What do you think about that Bonaparte fanfare?" And he was delighted on the day when someone rebuked him for using such an irreverent tone to speak of the emperor, threatening him with a good correction.

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