Duration: 90 minutes- $35.00


Chef Instructor: Ginger Elizabeth, Chef & Owner, Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates & Ginger Elizabeth Pâtisserie @gingerelizabeth

Date recorded: Thursday, May 26th, 2022, 1:00pm Eastern Standard Time

Location: Recorded Session. Students will also receive a discount code for 20% off your next purchase on our online boutique.

Class includes: Recorded Session: Class recipe book and recording will be sent within 24 business hours (weekdays, 9am-5pm) of class purchase. Students will also receive a discount code for 20% off your next purchase on our online boutique. In lieu of a Q&A session at the end of class, students can email with any questions pertaining to the class material.

Note: For customers located in Puerto Rico and countries other than the United States please email to sign up and pay for the class.

Class Description:

With her experience owning and operating her namesake shops “Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates” and “Ginger Elizabeth Pâtisserie” in Sacramento, Chef Ginger will also show you how to correct common mistakes and issues that arise when making macarons and answer any questions you may have.  During this online class Chef Ginger will cover recipes from her new book “The Macaron Cookbook” including her "Palet D'or" Macaron. Join Chef Ginger to get creative and dive deep into the endless possibilities of the macaron and leave this class with a great understanding of this classic and wonderful treat!

Chef Bio: 

Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates is a Northern California chocolate boutique specializing in chocolate bonbons, macarons and ice cream.
Ginger Elizabeth Hahn has been working with chocolate and pastry professionally for her entire adult life. Her journey started in the kitchens of her mother and grandmother and led her to the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York where she graduated at the top of her class. She has studied with respected professionals from Santa Barbara to New York and Chicago. She returned to her native Northern California having reflected on the experience and knowledge she had gained and began to develop and distill her own distinct style which is imbued with impeccable craftsmanship and technique, memorably pronounced flavors, and a touch of playfulness and femininity.
At 24 Ginger Elizabeth started her first company—a wholesale venture selling chocolate bonbons—with just a credit card as financing for the operation. Her drive and determination led her, 2 years later, to take a leap of faith and open her retail boutique on a premier block in Sacramento’s trendy Midtown neighborhood. Today her eponymous boutique is a neighborhood landmark and foodie destination with frequent lines down the street.
Ginger Elizabeth lives in rural Davis with her husband and business partner Tom and their 3 children. Tom brings both business experience as a cum laude graduate from USC’s Marshall School of Business and fine dining experience from time spent at The French Laundry and Manresa restaurants. As a family they enjoy cooking and baking together, entertaining and traveling.



Cancellation Policy: As this is an online class, we apologize that we are unable to issue a refund for the class. If you miss the class, we will send you a recorded video of the course and you will be able to ask questions by e-mail to our Chef.