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Enderun Colleges now offers online culinary classes

Steph Arnaldo

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Enderun Colleges now offers online culinary classes
Pick from any of Enderun's recipes and get virtual instructions from France's École Duccase executive chefs

For those itching to learn a new skill or a specific recipe from home, culinary school Enderun Colleges has recently shifted to a new online cooking program, called Online Culinary EXperience.

LIVE Q&A. Photo courtesy of Enderun Colleges

Enderun offers step-by-step virtual short courses of their signature recipes, in partnership with France’s prestigious École Duccase culinary and pastry arts institution. The virtual instructors include some of Duccase’s world-class executive culinary and pastry chefs.

INGREDIENTS KIT. Photo courtesy of Enderun Colleges

Once you’ve applied for the program, each recipe course is simple to complete – you will receive your own ingredients kit from Enderun, which has everything exactly measured for you, as well as an electronic primer. Once you’ve been granted access to their learning management system, feel free to explore the course: there’s a guided recipe tutorial video, assessment quizzes, recipe module, discussion boards, and a live Q&A Zoom session with the chefs themselves.

FOCCACIA AND GRISSINI. Photo courtesy of Enderun Colleges

Applicants can choose from any of the following recipes: char siu pork bun, lamb tajine, Hainanese chicken, chicken fricassee, and crustaceans and salmon stew, as well as pastry recipes such as Italian grissini, sourdough donuts, crepe suzette and creme brulee, New York cheesecake, Italian focaccia, and sacher torte. Once completed, a digital badge and certification of completion issued by École Ducasse Manila will be sent to the student.

Interested applicants can enroll for their preferred École Ducasse Online Culinary eXperience programs via Enderun’s website or SMS at +639171301000. –

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Steph Arnaldo

If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.