Class Cooking is located adjacent to the Burnt Bridge Cellars winery in downtown Vancouver, Washington, and serves the greater Portland, Oregon, Vancouver area. We specialize in small group hands-on gourmet cooking classes, and provide event planning and catering services for Burnt Bridge Cellars.
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Italian cuisine seems to be a favorite of everyone. This class will show you how to make a creative menu for friends and family. The evening class is on the day before Valentine's Day and would be a perfect date night. What could be better than cooking together, then enjoying a lovely meal with Burnt Bridge Cellars wines!
I love small, flavorful plates- especially to share. I also really enjoy Mediterranean flavor combinations. These dishes each involve a different cooking technique, and of course we'll have a to make a yummy dessert to finish the meal.
This is a fun menu to make, you can even put your guests to work making the tortillas while the rest of the meal is coming together. The stuffed peppers and cake can be made in advance to you ave more time to enjoy your company.
As Many of you have heard we visited Turkey a couple years ago to see an exchange student. We experienced there amazing cuisine and these are a few of our favorite dishes.
I worked on these recipes for my Our House dinner earlier this year and decided it was time to share. In researching this menu I learned that the short answer to the question, what is is difference between Cajun and Creole cooking is that Creole dishes include tomatoes.
I have several Tagines in my kitchen and often people ask me what do you do with them. They are a traditional Moroccan cooking vessle and the stews that are cooked in them are also called tagines.
This is the third in my Quick Gourmet series. In this class we will focus on main dish salads for Summer. Most of the recipes use pantry staples and fast cooking ingredients paired with bold flavors. These salads will have you enjoying more time at the table then in the kitchen.
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