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Topics of study below are of fundamental techniques of French Classic Cuisine. We are teaching step-by-step
culinary preparation techniques along with nutrition and palette-building lessons. These basic cooking theories and technique
courses will introduce the student to the application and development of French cooking fundaments and techniques.
A good grasp of the Culinary Basics will give you the confidence to apply these skills to any recipe or to create your own
Whether you're more of a take-out expert or you're looking to perfect your Hollandaise
sauce, Auberge cooking school caters to chefs of all levels and abilities. You'll find our hands on workshop classes
a great way to cultivate your culinary skills in an easy-to-follow progressive format. Once you've taken our classes
you will have all the tools you need to become a top-notch home chef.
Culinary Basics: Workshops are held Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to
9 p.m. and include tasting of the food students prepare. Class topics include white and brown stocks, roux, braises and stews,
emulsion sauces, potatoe and egg cookery, working with pie and tart doughs, charcuterie and sausage making, and pâtés and
Individual Nine Workshops to be repeated till the end of the year.
5:30-9:00= 3 1/2 hours
Thursdays evenings; Minimum of 10 per class
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One class of your choice $130.00 per class
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Pick any four classes of your choice $280.00
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1. Knife Skills. In this class students will become familiar professional
knife grips for all the basic knife cuts and cutting techniques used in a professional kitchen. They will develop familiarity with handling and caring for a knife, including the proper way to hold various
knives. They will also learn to efficiently trim and cut basic vegetables. Students will prepare a classic ratatouille using the skills learned in class. Jan. 15th.
2. White and Brown Stocks. There is perhaps
no more important ingredient in French cuisine than the use of freshly made stocks.
In this class students will be familiarized with all of the classical stocks and their various applications, including
white and brown stocks, fumets and court bouillons. Mastering these classic stocks
will give you the foundation for creating sauces with wonderful complexity and help you add flavor to your cooking.
Students will prepare a classic French onion soup. January 22nd. Roux. One of the most basic thickening agents used in French cuisine is a roux which is
an often misunderstood element of classical cuisine. In this course this fundamental
ingredient will be demystified and explained in detail. Students will learn
how to create flavorful, creamy sauces and soups using this ingredient, including the preparation of New England Clam Chowder. January
4. Braises and Stews. Anyone can take
an expensive piece of meat or fish and simply grill or saute it to make it taste good.
But what great chefs understand is that through classical cooking methods such as braising and stewing, overlooked
cuts of meat can be transformed into dishes of exquisite tenderness and richness through careful, slow cooking. Students will apply the knowledge they learn in this course to the preparation of a classic boeuf bourgignone. January 29th.
5. Emulsion Sauces. This course will
focus on preparing emulsion sauces, warm and cold, such as mayonnaise, hollandaise, vinaigrettes and beurre blanc, including
derivatives for each. After this course students will have the knowledge and
confidence to prepare hundreds of different sauces for a wide variety of applications.
During class students will prepare a classic hollandaise sauce to be served with an entrée of poached salmon. February
6. Omelets and Egg Cookery. The mark of every trained professional
chef is the preparation of an omelet. This course will simplify this important
and basic preparation, giving students the knowledge necessary to prepare sublime egg dishes in a matter of minutes. In addition to omelet cookery, all of the other basic French methods of egg cookery
will be covered, including poaching, hard and soft boiling, and scrambled eggs. With: Potato
Cookery. This class will focus on that most
humble, but all important of ingredients, the potato. Students will learn which classical
preparations are appropriate for various types of potatoes, thus ensuring that whether it be the creamiest, smoothest mashed
potatoes or the crispiest fried potatoes, they come out perfect every time. This course
will include the preparation of a classic potato gratin. February
7. Working with Pie and Tart Doughs. Students
will learn all the fundamental knowledge required in order to create basic doughs that can be used for various applications
such as pies, tarts and quiches. Information presented will include how to prepare,
store, handle and roll out basic doughs, and students will apply this knowledge to the preparation of a classic quiche
during class. February 26th.
8. Charcuterie/Sausage-Making. Come and learn the lost art of making your own fresh sausages using only natural
ingredients like meat and fat and spices. Discover the technical knowledge necessary
to not only recreate any traditional sausage from around the world, but how to create your own original styles of sausage
by following a few basic principles. In this class students will apply the knowledge
they have learned to preparing a variety of fresh sausages as well as accompaniments to enjoy them with. February 19th.
Pates and Terrines. One
of the hallmarks of French cuisine is the delicious and savory repetroire of pates, terrines, and other forcemeats. In this class students will learn the science and technical knowledge required to prepare a variety of
forcemeats such as pates, terrines, and rillettes. This background will enable
the student to produce any of these items at home, as well as to apply this knowledge to such American standards as meatloaf
or meatballs. March 5th.
Regional Cooking Class from Normandy France on February 14,
2015 St. Valentine's Day!
four course dinner menu from Normandy; where the most popular crop is orchards and orchards of
Apples, (anything made with Apples, such as Cider and Calavodos Liquor) beautiful grass fed cows who produce world famous
Butter, Cream, Cheeses and mild sweet tasting fish from the ocean. The combination
of these flavors and use of the freshest local ingredients make this class one not to be missed!
Our recipe for helping you celebrate this romantic holiday is to mix one part technique
with two parts food and presentation. Garnish with hospitality, then
serve and Voila, the French Joie de Vivre for this special St. Valentine
French Chef, Philippe Naud
||FOUR course dinner cooking class
Regional Cooking Class for February 14, 2014
Four Course hands-on French Dinner from Normandy
Meet Virginie Blackmoor; French native from the Lyon area of France, listen as she will share her beautiful language
and culture with us:
it or not, French food hasn’t always rimed with
taste & sophistication. Far from it! Let’s go back about 3 centuries ago to
explore the origin of French food as we know it today.
Did you know that the capital
of gastronomy is French?
And no… it is not Paris! What city could it be and what makes it so
in a French restaurant: Finally we will learn how to order in a French
restaurant and discover all the rules of French restaurant etiquette so that you
have the best experience possible during your next trip to France!
1st. Course: Mussels in Cider; Moules au Cidre
Rose D'Anjou or a Rose de Provence
2012 or Nouveau Beaujolais
2rd. Course; Sea Scallops with Cream of Endives; Coquilles
st Jacque a la crème d'endives et piment d'espolette
Style Wine: Gigondas, Moulin de la Gardellez 2009
3th. Course: Pork Chops with
Camembert with Normandy Potatoes (w/Leeks, Bacon, Gruyere and Cream) Cotes de porc au camenbert et Pommes de terre
a la normande
Chateau St. Michelle:
Ethos 2011 or an Archery Summit, Pinto Noir 2010 Oregon/Wash.
Dessert: Normandy Apple
Tart with Calvados and Almonds; Tarte aux pommes au calvados et amandes
Fanseca 20 years
Port, French Sauternes or a late harvest Viognier from Mt. Baker, Wash. or Champagne
This evening will be complete with fine china,
crystal, linen, sterling silver settings making
truly exquisite experience for
all. Our dress code
is dressy casual. We do not recommend shorts,
bermudas, sweats or jeans or flip-flops.
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