hi sugar friends!!! I really am interested in learning how to work with sugar from a professional or a from a class or school. If you dont mind me asking where everybody learned how to work with sugar, i would be very grateful. i live in idaho and they dont offer any classes that i have found, so i am willing to travel to learn new tricks!! Thanks and bunch!!!
Check with the folks at wilton.com, they should be able to direct you. Also, many Michael's stores offer classes.
Hi, I'm new to this too and have found Youtube an invaluable resource. Check out the videos by tonedna1 and aine2. They are awesome!
And of course, there are the articles and videos here on CC.
Wilton offers 3 classes in sugar: beginner, advanced, and isomalt. I've taken the first 2 and loved them--the instructor is a gem and the classes are well worth the $.
The premier instructor in sugar is Ewald Notter. He teaches at his school in Orlando and also at other venues. His sugar class is a week long.
BKeith Ryder teaches classes, too. He's out of VA. I think he does classes at his shop, and he also does them at ICES days of sharing in various places. His prices are extremely reasonable and he's a wonderful instructor.
thank you everybody for your suggestions, i will definetly look into those things!!!!
Are you in Canada or the U.S.. We teach out of Alberta and classes are filling fast this winter. www.jeff-the-chef.com
We're here to answer questions regarding sugar too.
I have to agree with Kincaellan.. he was my teacher and an excellent one too... the trip was well worth it !!!
Frank Lee from Indianapolis does a terrific job and is teaching at Country Kitchen SweetArt in Fort Wayne in October and I think he is teaching in Indianapolis this year too.
In Indianapolis, the place Frank Lee will be teaching is Mrs. B's.
Classes this winter are booked up until December already !!!
I hope you're keeping up on the skills you learned...
Speaking of... Time to ship some orders!