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Gontran Cherrier shares his baking secrets in 2 free classes
Baker extraordinaire and producer of Melbourne's best croissants, Gontran Cherrier, is flying into Melbourne to take part in the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, which runs from 31st March to 9th April. Gontran will be part of Sweet Alley, which takes place from Friday 31st March to Sunday 2nd April, and where you can experience an early Easter fix with artisan pastries, ice creams and chocolates all available. Sweet Alley will be located at Signal, Flinders Walk, Melbourne. Click here for more details about Sweet Alley.
See first hand Gontran Cherrier making his signature croissants, pictured here at his free master classes
While he's in town, Gontran is running two special FREE master classes at his Smith Street, Collingwood boulangerie. If you are a lover of breads and pastries, you will not want to miss this opportunity.
On Saturday 1st April, from 11.00am to 12 noon, head into the store to watch Gontran roll his famous signature croissants. You will also have the opportunity to buy them fresh out of the oven.
Sunday 2nd April is for the bread lovers. Between 11.00am and 12 noon, Gontran will be making his famous bread, baked with imported French flour. Again, the bread will be available to purchase, fresh out of the oven, after the demonstration.
Sunday's Master Class will focus on breads
No bookings are necessary, just be in-store at 11.00am to participate.