Modern Method and Design

 

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Details and Dates:

• Five Day Course 
• $998 (includes breakfast pastries
and lunch)

2015 Schedule


04/20-04/24



Modern Cake Methods and Design

Far from rustic, these visually spectacular, intricate cakes feature complex textures and exquisite flavors. This workshop focuses on the composition, conceptualization and design of entremets, specifically in relation to mousses. Learn about several types of mousse and their different production methods, resulting in varied flavors and textures. In addition, students learn to make and use assorted cake bases and inserts, as well as gain familiarity with glazes, chocolate sprays, and other advanced décor elements and techniques. Chocolate tempering will be demonstrated in order to create elegant garnishes. Finished products in this workshop include Lemon Blackberry, Chocolate Risotto, White Chocolate Raspberry, and Whiskey Hazelnut mousse cakes, as well as Fresh Fruit Charlotte. Use this class to make any of the elegant, sophisticated, and contemporary mousse cakes that grace the windows of the top pâtisseries around the world.

 

 

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