Pastry Chef Aoife Noonan Launches Range Of Online Cookery Classes
Pastry Chef Aoife Noonan has launched a range of online cookery classes via her new website, www.aoifenoonan.com.
The first of Noonan's online classes will focus on the theme of "A Celebration of Chocolate" to tie in with World Chocolate Day on Wednesday July 7.
Noonan will be running a two hour cookery class on July 7, during which participants will learn how to make salted caramel dark chocolate truffles, black forest panna cotta, and almond & apricot mendiants
Following the initial World Chocolate Day launch, home cooks and corporate groups will have the option of selecting from off-the-shelf classes including Cake Basics, Afternoon Tea, Brunch With Friends, a Macaron Masterclass, Special Occasion Desserts, and a four week (one class per week x 4) Patisserie For Beginners course.
Noonan will also be offering highly customised group sessions, focusing entirely on an area of the participants’ choosing.
Classes can be booked via Noonan's website.
Noonan stated, "I'm so excited to begin this new chapter and take my career in a new direction, combining my experience in patisserie and teaching over the past decade to bring something completely unique to the Irish food industry. Expect weekly welcoming interactive and accessible online cookery classes, and monthly limited edition patisserie creations, unlike anything else that’s currently available, delivered direct to your door."
Noonan previously worked as the head pastry chef at Dublin two Michelin starred Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud for four years before assuming various executive pastry chef positions around Ireland, and won Food & Wine Magazine's "Pastry Chef of the Year" award in 2018 as well as the Valrhona Patisserie Championship in 2014, which led to her training at Valrhona L'Ecole du Chocolat in Paris.
Noonan has also appeared on various RTÉ television shows including Healthy Appetite, All Things Sweet and The Today Show with Maura & Daithi, fulfils brand ambassador roles for both Kenwood and Avonmore.
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