Proust may have made Madeleines famous but tonight we made them fun!!!
Tons of Classic Madeleines cooling . . .
And tons of Barefoot Contessa's Coconut Madeleines which were a gift to class attendees . .
At the store, the recipes, the madeleines . . .
And madeleine pans for sale . . .
Classic Madeleines awaiting tasting . . .
Classic Madeleines dipped in chocolate ganache -- the class thought that only made them better!
Earl Grey Madeleines -- I showed the class how to make these .. . then we baked them, and then they got to taste them!!!
The Corn Madeleines -- madeleines only in shape for they're made from a Jiffy Mix -- the class was pleasantly surprised by the taste of these wonderful savory madeleines.
So many times when I have ladies to lunch, I'll bake these corn madeleines to go along side the quiche or chicken dish that I'm serving. They're easy and the shape makes them a conversation piece!
I've always adored cooking classes and it is so fun teaching them. I'll be doing another in February -- Beef Bourguignon.
It's Friday and I'm joining Michael at Designs by Gollum for Foodie Friday.