In 1891, Hungarian-French chef and entrepreneur Hegyesi Joseph coined the name Szaloncukor. The mass production of fondant candies wrapped in foil packaging started at the end of the 1800s, the candies were packed in tinfoil balls and colored tissue papers. In Hungary, the most traditional Christmas decoration is all edible!
Join us as we learn the techniques and recipes for szaloncukor and make it together. Use these for your Christmas tree this year and to give away as Christmas gifts. Make szaloncukor during the class and you will be ready to make these delicious candies/decorations whenever you want to! Learn it in October and then have more fun with family and friends doing it again together at a later date!
You can buy a supply kit for this class at Tunde’s Etsy shop!
The class will take place on October 3rd 11:00 am Eastern Time on Zoom.
NOTE: These classes are not recorded to assure everyone’s privacy and encourage participation.