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Win a Virtual Cooking Class Giveaway from Let’s Eat the World

Building on their successful cooking school, our friends at Let’s Eat the World – Cook’n With Class Experiences offer virtual classes in addition to their regular (in-person) culinary programming in Paris and Uzès.

Win a Virtual Cooking Class

The online courses and culinary workshops include tasty options from mastering classic sauces, learning French Pâtisserie, bread making, bistro menus, private classes and much more. All of the classes are in English and taught online via Zoom. The schedule accommodates different time zones, including North America and Australia.

Let’s Eat the World – Cook’n With Class Experiences is giving away a voucher for an online class to one (1) lucky winner.

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The Fine Print

Open to global participants.

The contest runs from November 22-28, 2021, @ 18:00 (Mountain Time). We publish the results after contacting the winner.

One (1) winner will be chosen from eligible names via a random draw on November 28, 2021.

This contest is not sponsored.

Good-luck!

Bonne Chance!

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Since 2007, Cook’n With Class has operated in Paris, offering French cooking classes (in English) to visiting tourists and locals interested in learning about the art of French cuisine from baking, French desserts, and French market classes that include market tours.

Chef Eric Fraudeau, who worked both in France and internationally (in Mexico, the United States, and Canada), along with his wife, Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau, opened a second cooking school in southern France (Cook’n With Class Uzes) in 2015 focused on Mediterranean and Provencal Cuisine with hands-on French market classes and their very popular culinary holiday tour – The Week in Uzès. 2020 saw the birth of their latest brand, which has since replaced their southern French cooking school – Let’s Eat The World – Cook’n With Class Experiences. Let’s Eat The World continues the tradition of Cook’n With Class to offer quality culinary experiences with vacation tours, masterclass workshops, and now, online cooking classes to bring French, Mediterranean, and Spanish cuisine directly into the homes of food and travel enthusiasts. So join Chef Eric for a Week in Uzes, a Week in Paris, & coming soon, a Week in Seville for food and wine adventures you will not soon forget. And for those of you who can’t travel or who want to bring the taste of travel into your home kitchen, be sure to check out their online cooking classes.

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Provencal Recipes to Try

Chicken Fricassé à la Provencal
You can serve this dish with couscous, potatoes, or even plain rice. It's great with a little bit of spice to heat your mouth. Traditionally, we use Piment d’Espelette in France, but any good chilli pepper sauce will work.
Check out this recipe
Chicken Fricassée à la Provencal
Cod Fish Steamed in Spinach Leaves and Ratatouille
This is a quick and easy way to enjoy cod, a light white fish that is made for pairing with colourful vegetables! Enjoy it with rice, pasta, or zucchini noodles for a lighter version. The white wine cream sauce is so full of flavour, you'll be sure to bookmark the page to make it again!
Check out this recipe
Cod Fish Steamed in Spinach Leaves, Basil Ratatouille, White Wine Cream Sauce
Mussels Provencal
This bright and flavourful dish is perfect on its own or served as an appetizer. The shallots, garlic, and tomatoes complement the salt from the mussels for a dish perfectly suited for sharing.
Check out this recipe
Steamed Mussels Provencal Flavours
Fougasse d’Aigues Mortes
Fougasse d'Aigues Mortes is a sweet brioche-style bread dusted in sugar. This traditional chewy bun can be enjoyed on its own or with other pastries. Either way, it's sure to impress.
Check out this recipe
Fougasse d’Aigues Mortes
Leek and Goat Cheese Tart
This light tart recipe is the perfect accompaniment for a crisp glass of Provencal rosé on the patio or by the fire. No matter what the weather is like, this savoury and creamy tart is absolutely delicious. With leeks and goat cheese being easily accessible in most regions year-round, make this tart with a fresh green salad for a dish that is sure to impress. Make sure to allow enough time for your dough to rest before using it.
Check out this recipe
Leek Goat Cheese Tart

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Carolyne Kauser-Abbott

Carolyne Kauser-Abbott

With her camera and laptop close at hand, Carolyne has traded in her business suits for the world of freelance writing and blogging. Her first airplane ride at six months of age was her introduction to the exciting world of travel.

While in Provence, Carolyne can be found hiking with friends, riding the hills around the Alpilles or tackling Mont Ventoux. Her attachment to the region resonates in Perfectly Provence this digital magazine that she launched in 2014. This website is an opportunity to explore the best of the Mediterranean lifestyle (food & wine, places to stay, expat stories, books on the region, travel tips, real estate tips and more), through our contributors' articles.

Carolyne writes a food and travel blog Ginger and Nutmeg. Carolyne’s freelance articles can be found in Global Living Magazine, Avenue Magazine and City Palate (Published Travel Articles).

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