Kransekake with Gaye
At every Norwegian celebration there must be cake and on the 17 of May, Norway’s National Day, Norwegians go the extra mile. The Kransekake (tower cake or ring cake) is a traditional Danish and Norwegian confection, usually eaten on special occasions. Kransekake takes the form of a series of concentric rings of cake, layered on top of each other in order to form a steep-sloped cone shape—often 18 or more layers—stuck together with white icing.
Gaye is the kitchen queen! She is more than just a cook, she makes food with so much live that it tastes absolutely special.
She would love to share some of her secrets to a successful traditional Norwegian Kransekake.
You will bake and build one mini-cake and will take home some “fingers” made of the kransekake dough to enjoy with your friends or family!
Price: 400 kr /pers || 350 kr for students or unemployed 🙂
The price for the course is covering expenses related ingredients and administration/organization, but not a salary for the chef – so you are welcome to bring some cash for tips or you can use Vipps (just download the app) and send over tips with your mobile phone.
Got a gift card? Lucky you! Contact Cristina to book your seat.