About this experience
Learn how to bake the perfect macaron with Danielle using the Italian Meringue Method. She will share her recipe and guide you through the process from start to finish, leaving you with expert knowledge to whip up your own at home!
Macarons are the most temperamental cookies in the world requiring multiple steps to align. At Le Cordon Bleu, the chefs joke that "only the French can bake macarons." In this class Danielle will bust this myth amongst all others and share her tried-and-tested tips to get you closer to your goal of baking the perfect macaron.
What to expect
You and Danielle Trencher will meet in your kitchen (over video chat) to cook, taste, share stories, and acquire valuable skills that will last well beyond your time together.Private
This Delicious Experience is not a pre-recorded cooking video, big Zoom gathering, or the kind of online course where your eyes glaze over; it is a one-of-a-kind private experience where you will work together with Danielle Trencher to create something amazing in your kitchen.Customizable
After booking, you will communicate with the chef to adapt the experience and menu to your tastes and interests, then receive a customized ingredients list.Virtual
Prior to your online cooking class we will provide you with a Zoom link and any assistance you may need to connect to the experience from your laptop, tablet, or phone.
Connect up to 2 screens to share the experience with friends or family. Contact us for discounted rates on additional screens.
Meet Danielle Trencher
A self-made baker and Instagram sensation, Danielle Trencher of Macarune has been baking these delectable French confections for more than a decade. First established in San Francisco, she moved Macarune to Singapore and is now settled in New York City. Danielle did professional training at Le Cordon Bleu Paris and today, she can share everything she has learned about baking the perfect macaron. Born and raised in Malaysia, Danielle has lived in multiple cities growing up, giving her the exposure to varying flavor profiles. Danielle's macarons have been featured in The San Francisco Chronicle, Food & Wine magazine and The Food Network, amongst others.