The three-hour class imparts the art of making ganache filled artisinal chocolates; Students take home Assorted truffles and bonbons.
About This Deal
Choose Between Two Options
- C$49 for a three-hour chocolate-making workshop for one (C$137.50 value)
- C$89 for three-hour chocolate-making workshop for two (C$275 value)
Classes cover topics from the theory of chocolate to appropriate ganache technique, and students, of course, take home plenty of chocolate. To maximize kitchen safety, students should arrive sporting an apron; flat, close-toed shoes with hard toes; and, if they have long hair, a ponytail or bun.
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About Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionary Arts
Whether traveling by plane or paddling a raft made of cupcakes across the ocean, aspiring culinary artists from around the globe descend upon Toronto to attend the Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionary Arts. Here, students receive schooling in baking, pastry arts, cake design, and confections. They enroll in full- or part-time programs, and after honing their skills, graduate with diplomas in their fields.
The institute has built a world-renowned reputation by sticking to the delicious basics: its curriculum emphasizes proper techniques, while also fostering individual creativity. Even casual cooks can get their hands floury thanks to general-interest classes. During these intimate sessions, instructors share their wisdom in everything from artisanal breads to chocolate bon bons and haute couture cakes. Broader topics are available, too, including introductory classes to baking and cake decorating.