Wednesday, April 16, 2014

EVENT | Le Dolci's 3rd Anniversary Celebration with new menu items, popup markets, culinary classes & events!

If you like cupcakes, cookies, macarons and the list of baked goods go on, you probably already know Le Dolci, Toronto's foodie studio that offers treats as well as culinary classes and workshops.  It's their third year anniversary since they've opened up shop in Toronto's Little Italy/Portugal Village neighbourhood, and they want everyone to join in on their anniversary celebration with a calendar full of events!

Make sure you save the dates for Le Dolci's culinary events and workshops that begin at the end of April.  Some that caught our eyes were the Birthday Pop-Up, a Sunday celebration featuring a market with local vendors and DJ's and the Downton Abbey Cocktail Party served with a side of scones and a tiara - so fun!  Oh, did we mention that the proceeds from these anniversary events are donated to Fort York Food Bank?

Lisa Sanguedolce, Owner and Founder of Le Dolci heads up a team of passionate and food loving teachers that has taught over 1,000 classes since 2011! Not to mention that the cake designer along with the baker has created the most wild and unique custom cakes for their customers.

Whether you're an avid baker like Clara, or a newbie baker like myself (that likes to eat more than bake), Le Dolci is offering wide range of new classes that you can sign up for:

Perfect Parisian Macarons - Le Dolci's most popular class
Saturday, April 26 | Sunday May 4 | Saturday, May 7
2 PM - 4 PM
Ice Cream & Doughnut Making - with MasterChef contestant, Julie Pesce
Saturday, May 10 | Saturday, June 21
2 PM - 4 PM
Baking Bootcamp - intensive 6 week program for baking 101
Wednesday, May 21
7 PM - 9 PM
Market Class - led by George Brown's Baking & Pastry Arts professor, Chef Christophe Measson
Tuesday, May 27
6 PM - 9:30 PM

Artisan Bread Class - with Chef Jon Kemenv of Blackbird Bread Co.
Friday, May 30
6 PM - 9 PM

Iron Cupcake Challenge - great team building event for companies!

How's that for an exciting and tasty line up of classes? 
Which class would you be interesting in taking?

-Photo Credit: Henrieta Haniskova & Le Dolci J -

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