This class was really inspiring, and the teacher was pretty funny once you get used to her. I now really want to make Paris-Brest (which is choux pastry in a wheel shape topped with sliced almonds and filled with praline cream) and Religieuses (which are double stacked cream puffs with a smoothe top and royal icing piping - they are literally called "nuns" from the black and white design, so cute). The croquembouche looked amazing, but holy crap is that a lot of work and it's huge. The one I'm most lusting after is the Gateau St. Honoré, which I've never had before, but after watching her make one it's basically all I can think about. We'll see if I get that ambitious, lol. Anyway, lots of good information in this class and it all came together for me to be able to make real éclairs that my mom loved :) If you've ever wanted to make anything with choux paste, I highly recommend you look at Pâte à Choux Pastries on Craftsy.
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