Movie Night Popcorn Bowl Cake SDCS Mini Class

Class Date: 17-Mar-19 Class Time: 11:45am-1:15pm

Class Length: 105 minutes Class Instructor:  Michelle Mitchie Curran

Price:

$50.00

In stock

 

Class Description: 

Pick a movie and chill with this popcorn..wait a minute?! It's Cake! In this hands-on class, Chef Mitchie is going to teach us how to fool our fam and friends with a gravity defying cake structure. We'll learn several techniques in this class: intro to internal structure, hand painting, hand molding/shaping cake, and how to make food into another food <---what?! We'll complete our project by custom decorating a popcorn bag. This class is loads of fun and though designed for kids ages 8 and up, adults are welcome to sign up too. See you there!

Most supplies provided by instructor. Students should bring: an apron, 8" X 8" X 4" inch box to take completed project, notebook, pen/pencil, and a BIG smile. A light snack will be provided - because this class is going to make us super hungry!

Student should bring the following supplies to class:

An apron, 8" X 8" X 4" inch box to take completed project, notebook, pen/pencil, and a BIG smile. A light snack will be provided - because this class is going to make us super hungry!

Class will be taught in English

Michelle Mitchie Curran

Michelle Curran aka “Chef Mitchie,” is a cake and sugar artist based in Las Vegas, NV. Named “North America’s Top Ten Cake Artist” by Dessert Professional Magazine. Her career in cake artistry has led her to compete locally/nationally and on Food Network. Chef Mitchie travels the country working with top cake supply vendors, performs product demos, teaching the art of cake decorating, and judging food/cake competitions. When not traveling, Chef Mitchie can be found creating custom edible art for her clients inside her Las Vegas studio, Mitchies Munchies. Overall – Mitchie is one of the happiest cake chicks you’ll ever meet. She possesses 25+ years’ experience from a hobby gone bananas into launching a successful business. Loves to learn, share, and make “artistic treats you can eat.”