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Thursday
Nov082012

Holiday Baking Classes @ Wave Hill Breads

To kick off your Thanksgiving preparations, Wave Hill Breads Bakery & Cafe is offering a series of holiday cooking classes, the first of which is: Pumpkin Desserts Three Ways (plus the Art of Presentation) from 10:00 - 1:00, Saturday, November 17th. Join Executive Pastry Chef Matt Kirshner for an in-depth Pumpkin experience, including lunch in the Café. Matt will be showcasing Pumpkin Creme Brulée, Chiffon Tart, and Soufflé. The class will be limited to fifteen pastry afficionados, and the fee is $100, so if you’re interested, sign up soon - their initial classes filled within hours!  To reserve, stop in or call us at 203-762-9595, or email Wave Hill at info@wavehillbreads.com.  We promise you’ll be a star at your holiday table.

Also, don't miss Family Fun (4+) - Rolling, Baking, Decorating Cookies with Chef Matt Kirshner. Saturday, December 15, 9:30 to 11:30, including lunch, $60 per person.  

More classes to come

We’ve put together a taste-tempting list of classes for the next few months, so here’s the skinny. Again, spots go quickly, so be sure to reserve soon.

Lessons from a Diabetic Pastry Chef  Lower Carb Holiday Treats: Muffins, Puddings, Cookies, & more, with Chef Matt Kirshner. 10:00 - 1:00, Saturday, December 8, including lunch, $100 per person.

Family Fun (4+) - Rolling, Baking, Decorating Cookies with Chef Matt Kirshner. Saturday, December 15, 9:30 to 11:30, including lunch, $60 per person.  

Traditional Bûche de Noël and Croquembouche  including Meringue Mushrooms and Spun Sugar. Hands-on and demo with our Executive Chef Mike Devlin. Sunday, December 2, 10:00  - 1:00, including lunch, $100 per person.

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Reader Comments (1)

I tried one of these breads the day before Sandy. It was a big Italian-style loaf retailing for 6 dollars. I was in love with the crust and with the flavor...The texture of the interior was A LITTLE "dough-ey" for my liking.

All in all a damn impressive effort AND RESULT I will try these breads again.. FYI my go-to baguettes are the Tom Kat ones sold at Balducci which retail for 4 dollars now up from two-fitty a couple of spins of the rock ago OUCH! but ya gotta have good bread.

November 8, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterrealguy

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