CLASSES: “Buche de Noel” (Yule Log Cake): Party Foods That Freeze
December 16 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Bûche de Noël (Yule Log Cake) with Swiss Buttercream Frosting: Party Foods That Freeze
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1:00pm – 4:00pm
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http://ecapguatemala.org.gt/poioe/3834 In this class we’ll learn how to prepare the classic “Genoise” cake (known as Sponge Cake in the U.K.) that is the foundation of so many delicate French desserts. Feathery light because it is leavened by eggs rather than a chemical leavened — always tricky at high altitude — this is a versatile cake that can be flavored in many different ways.
We’ll also learn to prepare a silky-smooth Swiss buttercream. This frosting is justifiably famous world-wide for being so smooth it practically glides onto your cake.
Once we have cakes and buttercream in hand, we’ll assemble, frost, and decorate one Bûche de Noël per student.
Students take home one fully decorated cake that is ready to eat, one cake that is ready to freeze (time permitting), the recipes for Genoise cake and Swiss buttercream, and the foundation of a classic holiday dessert that can be varied every year.
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