- 3 Day Tarts OR…
- Cake Bases, Creams & Compositions OR…
- Intro to Baking & Pastry OR…
- Working experience/Practical experience with an understanding in all of the following:
- Making items with multiple components like baking and assembling cakes
- Making pastry cream
- Making jams
- Making tart dough
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to clarify prerequisites before purchasing tickets. If we see that you have signed up without having taken any of the listed prerequisites prior, we will reach out to you.
Join our 3-day mousse course to learn about three main types of mousse preparation: fruit mousse, chocolate mousse and Bavarian cream. In this course, we will explore each type of mousse and how to prepare them. Each mousse will then be incorporated into one of the following cakes: Fresh Fruit Charlotte, Chocolate Praline Cake, Raspberry Dome and Lemon Pistachio Tart. We will also be making other components to pair with the mousse, such as fruit gelée, crémeux, sablé and sponge cake. The first two days of the course focus on learning about the mousse and preparing the components for each cake. On the third day, all the cakes will be assembled, completed, and ready to take home!
If you have any concerns or questions before traveling to SFBI, email us at: email@example.com we want to make sure you have the best experience while learning here. That you feel safe and comfortable.
The class will begin at 7:30 AM on the first day of the class and at 7:00 AM afterwards. We will have breakfast pastries ready for you 30 minutes before class starts. (if you have any special diet please let us know in advance) We also welcome you to bring your own drink. Feel free to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any notice of cancellation or transfers must be made in writing.
- More than 6 weeks prior to the course start date, payments will be reimbursed, minus a $150 cancellation fee. Payments transferred to another class will be made at no charge; however transferred payments are non-refundable.
- Less than 6-3 weeks prior to the course start date: If canceling, the original payment is non-refundable. If transferring to other classes, a $100 penalty fee will be subtracted from the deposit and the remaining payment will be applied to the transferred class to reserve a spot. Transferred payment is non-refundable.
- 2 weeks or less before the course start date payments are non-refundable No transfer will be granted.
- In the unlikely event of instructor illness or insufficient enrollment, SFBI will notify students by phone or email at least 10 business days before the scheduled start of a canceled class. In this case, students will receive a full refund of their tuition payment or may apply unused funds toward an alternate class. SFBI is not responsible for any hotel or airline fees that may incur in case of a canceled class. We recommend contacting SFBI to confirm enrollment before booking a trip to San Francisco.
Listed below are the items you must bring to class.
- Pens or pencils. You will use these to take notes in the classroom and the lab.
- Permanent marker. This piece of “equipment” is invaluable in the labs.
- Hair restraint. For safety and sanitation, you must restrain your hair if it’s long.
- Closed-toe, comfortable shoes. Your shoes must be closed for safety. They should be comfortable enough to stand in all day.
- For safety, your pants must cover your entire legs. For your comfort, we recommend breathable pants. Checked chef’s pants are popular because they don’t show flour spills or stains.
- White chef’s coat. This is optional item. However, we strongly recommend chef’s coats because they look professional and protect your body and clothing. Most importantly, they keep you warm when it’s cold and cool when it’s hot.
There is parking at our location. The address of SFBI is: 525 DNA Way South San Francisco, CA 94080