Gearing up back for his first baking class can be such an exciting yet worry thing to do especially when Sunny Yaw had been absent from the class for nearly two year. I guess making a comeback can be a challenging thing to do, not easy and need a great determination.
His class was tailored for a small group of four learners as he insisted that his learners will perform better under his close supervision. He also stressed on team building where learners will need to interact with each other during the classes. On the 6th April a week ago, here at his Chocolate Crepe Japanese Moussecake workshop, I watched the joy of learners working together and help each other to accomplish the cakes.
During this class I also observed student not only learned to bake a cake but they learned a few other interesting techniques, whisking, gelling and even frying. The hours spend is long, nearly 5hours but I trust it was really worth it. The learners on that day were really into what they were doing, they were in full concentration. One even had broken many eggs during the practical and we laughed. It was fun and a very enjoyable workshop, learning was executed well.
Learners were given breaks and dessert tasting was served and plenty to try. Learners were guide well from step by step by Sunny Yaw himself, from cake making, assembling, mousse filling and pan fry crepes.
The recipe was carefully put together to produce a variation of biting texture and carefully refined by Sunny Yaw. I love having this cake!
For any class update you can also visit Big Boys Oven By Sunny Yaw Facebook. Sunny Yaw is now planning his next coming class this end April/May and one of the baking workshop will be dedicated for Mother’s Day.
Any inquiry, please contact Chef Sunny Yaw at 0162745796