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Learn proper ‘macaronage’ at Ollia’s baking class

Ollia Macarons and Tea closes at 6 p.m. on most weeknights, but roughly once a week, the small shop on 17th Avenue bustles with activity, opening its doors after hours for a private baking class. In the brightly-lit bakery behind the storefront, David Rousseau, owner and pastry chef at Ollia, teaches participants how to make a signature French treat: the delicious but finicky macaron. Read the full story here.

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Published on February 29, 2016.

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David Rousseau, owner and pastry chef at Ollia Macarons and Tea, teaches a group of about 10 people how to make French macarons in a private class on Jan. 20 at his bakery on 17th Avenue. Photo by Madison Farkas.