Cooking fuses an appreciation of art and science, like painting a photorealistic portrait of Marie Curie. Learn the difference between palate and palette with today’s Groupon for cooking classes from Chef Serge at Café de Paris. Classes are on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Choose between the following options:
- For $40, you get a two-hour cooking class (up to an $80 value).
- For $90, you get three two-hour cooking classes (up to a $180 value). This deal may be used by one student for three different classes, or by three students for a single class.<p>
Each class includes: * A two-hour cooking class * Brunch prepared by Chef Serge * A wine tasting * A picture with Chef Serge<p>
Chef Serge Pambo demystifies the art of food alchemy with useful cooking tidbits learned from 14 years of worldly travels and extensive experience at renowned French culinary schools and restaurants that has earned him recognition and praise from appreciative food writers. Before two-hour classes, Chef Serge whips up a small breakfast to prepare palates and minds for the meal-making to come. After silencing stomach soliloquies, Chef Serge energetically guides groups through a variety of hands-on recipes and equips them with the necessary ingredients, equipment, and ability to talk to eggs. Once Chef Serge sufficiently garnishes students’ brains with sprinkles of knowledge, culinary creators are free to taste test their palatable handiwork accompanied by glasses of wine. To commemorate this epicurean experience, students also pose for a picture with Chef Serge after the lesson has concluded. Participants with specific food allergies, special dietary needs, or a fear of getting lost inside apron pouches should inform Chef Serge prior to the class to ensure proper accommodations can be made.
Chef Serge at Cafe De Paris
Gabonese influences and knowledge picked up while studying at a French culinary school shine through in every dish that chef Serge Pambo prepares in classes or while serving as a personal chef or caterer. While roasting lamb to pair with truffle-infused mashed potatoes or crowning a goat-cheese salad with honey, the epicure displays useful tidbits of knowledge accumulated during more than a decade of traveling the world. Reporters have heaped Chef Serge with praise, and students sometimes gather around him for pictures after their lessons have concluded. Participants with food allergies, special dietary needs, or a fear of getting lost inside apron pouches should inform the chef prior to classes or meals to ensure proper accommodations can be made.