Tartine & Maple offers intimate cooking classes designed to enhance your skills in the kitchen while learning new recipes and discovering the secrets of French cooking. We will demystify for you the myth of fancy French food! Courses are created and taught by Valentine, a passionate home cook who has learnt her tricks from her chef of a father, in the French Champagne vineyard countryside and graduated from Vatel Institute of Hospitality Management, in Paris. While in France, Valentine worked for catering events in prestigious Champagne Mansions and venues such as Perrier-Jouet, Moët & Chandon and more, as well as all kinds of private and public events, in the Champagne region and Paris. She also got the chance to work in hotels such as the Ambassador hotel in Paris and Inter-Continental hotels in Paris, Singapore and New-Orleans. Now a full-time baker at The Uncommon Cafe in Vancouver, she would like to share her knowledge and skills with you by teaching easy and delicious meals you can easily re-create at home.
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Events Coming up!
For complete listing, check the calendar in the right margin or visit my Event page. To see other classes that can be or have been offered, please see the Classes page. Contact Tartine to book at the location of your choice.
In the News!
“People tend to gather in the kitchen during parties and events, snacking, chatting, pouring a glass of wine and catching up with friends and family. Tartine & Maple‘s classes provide this same atmosphere — and you won’t have to do any of the dishes!“
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