A French pastry school is offering an unusual way to learn French, by making the stuff by hand.
The school, the first of its kind in the U.S., is offering classes online.
It’s the first school of its type in the world to do so, and it’s also the first to have its classes streamed on a dedicated YouTube channel.
The program was created by chef and pastry school owner Paul Pardal, and his wife, Sophie, who is also a pastry chef.
The students will spend three days learning to make puff pastry at the school.
They’ll also receive an online course on how to make a French pastry.
For the next two months, the students will have a class in which they’ll learn the techniques and techniques of pastry making and how to use them to create delicious, fun and satisfying desserts.
For more information on the program, visit the website.
The puff pastry school started in December 2014 and is located at the French Market on West Main Street in Houston.
It is one of more than 100 pastry schools across the country, including one in Dallas, Texas, and another in New York City.
They have been teaching French for over 20 years, and they are a small, independent operation that relies heavily on donations from individuals.
Pardals website also includes a number of resources for French pastry lovers.
For a complete list of pastry schools in the United States, click here.
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