Monday, 3 October 2011

Cooking at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris

So I know Le Cordon Bleu has cooking schools all over the world, but the one in Paris feels like its the right place to take a class!

We made a delicious quiche - using goat cheese as a significant part of the filling, with eggs and confit tomatoes.

Me whisking eggs for the quiche

The beautiful quiches
We also did a wonderful roasted sea bream, served with zucchini flan

Fish slice and stuffed - please note my knife skills.  I also did a good job of deboning and scaling - according to our Chef teacher (Fredo - not sure of his French name)
We didn't eat any of the food on the day (aside from necessary "quality control") so took home bags of food to enjoy.  Luckily our apartment in Paris came with a fridge, so we ate it over a couple of days.

G and I with our bounty

Me bruleeing up a storm

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