Camille Le Caër closed his standard cafe however wasn’t accomplished sharing his skills with Buffalo. Now you possibly can be part of him in making some macaroons on Chandler Road.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — The coronavirus has modified lots of Buffalo: native shops, outlets and cafes have all shuttered because of the pandemic.
Nonetheless, when one native chef shut his doorways, nevertheless it was solely the start of a brand new enterprise enterprise.
Camille Le Caër is understood affectionately as “Frenchie.” He is a Buffalo-based however French-born and skilled chef. Le Caër was well-known domestically for his cafe on Hertel Avenue, “Pastry By Camille,” which served crepes, macaroons, and different pastries.
He additionally used his store to carry masterclasses the place individuals may come and discover ways to create french pastries themselves.
Le Caër closed his shop in May, and whereas it was the tip of a brick-and-mortar dwelling to his culinary creations, it wasn’t the tip of Le Caër sharing his skills with the Buffalo neighborhood.
Since then Le Caër has been sharing his adventures on social media as a non-public chef, catering to particular occasions and personal events. On Friday, he shared that in-person masterclasses could be obtainable as soon as once more.
This week’s masterclasses can be centered on making macaroons and can price $69. The courses happen at a non-public kitchen on Chandler Road in Buffalo. These can message the Pastry by Camille page on Facebook.