VIRTUAL HOLIDAY COOKING: Apéro Snacks For New Year's Eve
One of the most sacred moments of the French day comes around 6 p.m. (or 18h, as they say, because they sensibly use the 24-hour clock). Time for l’apéro, or apéritifs. Today, Mardi Michels (author of In The French Kitchen With Kids) joins us virtually for a specially curated class in time to celebrate. You will cook along and make three easier-than-you-think recipes to serve with your bubbles on New Years Eve.
Add our Ready-To-Go Food Kit and we will have all the ingredients you will need to make this delicious meal. Some basic pantry essentials not included (ie: butter, milk, oil, salt, pepper).
MENU: Gougères, Mustard or Cheese “bâtons”, Creamy Mushroom & Thyme Tartletes
INSTRUCTOR: Mardi Michels
What To Expect In Our Virtual Classes: Great cooking is about more than recipes—it's about techniques. In our virtual classes you'll cook alongside our professional chef instructors live in the comfort of your own kitchen.
- Classes are 1 to 1 1/2 hours in length
- You will receive the Zoom link, Recipe and Equipment Information 1 week prior to the class time.
- Classes are fully interactive, so you can ask questions during the cooking session.
About The Instructor: Mardi Michels is a full-time French teacher to elementary school-aged boys and the author of www.eatlivetravelwrite.com - a blog focusing on culinary adventures near and far. As part of her job, she runs cooking classes for boys aged 7 to 17. Mardi grew up in Australia, lived and taught in Paris for over five years and now calls Toronto home. In 2014, Mardi and her husband purchased a home in southwest France, which they operate as a vacation rental property (www.neracvacationrental.com). Mardi also runs French cooking and baking classes for adults and children currently online but typically around Toronto. Her first book, In the French kitchen with kids, was published July 31st 2018 (Appetite by Random House).