Culinary Arts


Thomas Keller

Lesson time 13:19 min

Use leftover egg whites from your sauces to make a beautiful, sweet dessert that will delight your friends and family.

Thomas Keller
Teaches Cooking Techniques
Learn techniques for cooking vegetables and eggs and making pastas from scratch from the award-winning chef and proprietor of The French Laundry.
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Fundamental techniques. Fantastic food.

Thomas Keller has won more Michelin stars than any chef in America. In his first online cooking class, the founder of The French Laundry and Per Se teaches you the underlying techniques of making great food so you can go beyond the cookbook. Learn how to confit vegetables, poach perfect eggs, make hand-shaped pasta, and bring Michelin star-quality meals to your kitchen.


Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

I couldn't say enough about how much i enjoyed Mr. Keller's class, truly a MASTER...from the knowledge he shares, how he shares easy 5 stars!!

We are experienced home cooking foodies. In fact we have the same set of cookware as Chef Keller demonstrated. However, Chef Keller's refinement techniques were invaluable to taking our skills to the next level. Well worth the price.

Some of the things Thomas Keller was teaching were simple things that I already knew how to make or create. The most valuable thing about this masterclass is how he thought us how to elevate what you already might've known into something clean, refined and beautiful. It was incredible to watch him cook and just like with other Masterclasses offered, I left feeling really inspired.

As soon as I get this cast off my foot I'll be cooking up a storm. I am grateful to Chef for sharing his knowledge & for the care he took in explaining so well what he probably know instinctly!


A fellow student

So much to learn . These videos are knowledge packed! I’ve seen Gordon and wolf but these videos I’ll rewatch a few times before moving on. Thank you for the class Tom

James E.

Great script and visuals. Good demonstration and example of 'adding finesse' by using wild strawberries and puree and creme Anglaise to push the dish even farther into 'special' territory. Best of all, I can do something very like this at home.

Pavel G.

What are the proportions in grams / number of eggs etc? Where can I find those?

Ekaterina K.

Mine turned out a little beige, maybe because i used the brown sugar, maybe i burned it a little honestly, i hated meringues before, as they're generally dry, like eating a mix of paper and plastic, but this recipe changed my mind!

Mike B.

For some reason, mine turned out incredibly sweet. Way, way too sweet. Anyone else have that problem? It *looked* great, but it tasted almost tooth-achingly sweet. Maybe I'll reduce the sugar a bit next time. To be fair, I halved the recipe, but I halved everything so it should have been fine.


Romantic sweetness overload! What a wonderful way to say "I love you" to your favorite beau! Thank you Chef Keller!

Anna L.

I will make this for new years dinner and wondered if anybody knows if i can make the meringue beforehand (in the morning fx) and just mix it with the berries and decorate before serving?

Mary S D.

So I reduced the sugar and am cooking at high altitude but mine looked very brown and overdone at 40 minutes 😦

A fellow student

What happens with the vanilla bean? The recipe mentions adding it to the mixture and it looks like it is in there at the beginning of the video, but I don't see it ever being strained out?

Christine A.

This is something that I have never tried. I think I will try a mixture of berries. Can't wait.