Chinese New Year Fortune Bread


About The Class
Usher in the all the fortune for the new year with our Chinese New Year Fortune Bread! The ingredients represent an abundance of treasures & health while the ring bread signifies endless fortune & prosperity! This fluffy bread is made with combing two different kinds of flour and is especially good for gifting! If you’re a little jaded with the usual traditional Chinese New Year goodies, why not give this special bread a try and enjoy sharing the good fortune this Chinese New Year with your family and loved ones!

Pineapple, Cranberry & Chestnut Ring Bread

Class Format / Programme
Full Hands on class making the Fortune Bread from dough to oven

What’s included in the ticket fee?
Class fee, ingredients, apron on loan, & recipe.

Please bring along a container box and a bag to bring the cake back home.
For hygiene purposes, please remove rings and bracelets during the classes.
For a space for children, please enquire at info@alchemist.sg

About Culinary Instructor Madame Simon

Mdme Eiko Simon

Spoonful’s culinary Instructor Madame Eiko Simon lived in Paris for more than 10 years and mastered her skills at several culinary schools including Boulangerie (Baker shop in French). Armed with her very own home-made French cuisine recipes which was passed down by her mother-in-law, she now stays in Singapore with her French husband and works as a culinary instructor cum event coordinator at Spoonful. Cooking certification: Ryo-ken (Tokyo 2014) Master Chef Techniques, La Cuisine des Chefs (Paris 2013-4) French-bread making, MAISON LANDEMAINE (Paris 2015) Ecole de Boulangerie EBP (Paris 2014)


Sun Jan 28, 2018
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM SGT
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One Farrer Park Road Singapore
1 min walk from Exit C, MRT Farrer Park Station