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Class Cooking is located adjacent to the Burnt Bridge Cellars winery in downtown Vancouver, Washington, and serves the greater Portland, Oregon area.  I specialize in small group hands on gourmet cooking classes, and provide event planning and catering services for Burnt Bridge Cellars. 


Class Cooking- 110 E. 15th St     Vancouver, WA 

Burnt Bridge Cellars- 1500 Broadway   Vancouver, WA 


Call Kim at 360.600.8006 or email kim@class-cooking.com to reserve your place at the table!




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November Classes


Holiday Dinner Party

Thursday, November 20th   10am  $60

Friday, November 21st   5:30pm


I like to offer a special dinner party class ever year to give you ideas to make every gathering special.  If you enjoy lamb, this is the perfect class for you!






December Classes

Holiday Appetizers
Wednesday, December 3rd 5:30pm $75


This class will make you the most popular person to invite to a party! You will learn new appetizer recipes to use at your holiday gatherings or to take and share with your friends.





End of the Year Brunch
Tuesday, December 9th 10am $60


I love making brunch, and during the holidays many of us have houseguests. These recipes will feed several people and can be made in advance.







January Classes

Pasta and Polenta Sauces
Wednesday, January 14th 10am $60
Friday, January 16th 5:30pm $80

In this class we will be making some comforting winter sauces to pair with pasta and polenta.

Dim Sum
Thursday, January 22nd 10am $60
Saturday, January 24th, 5pm $80

I love small bites with big flavors. We will be making dumplings, rice balls, and other Asian-inspired treats.






Tonight I did it.  Cooked several of the dishes from the Greek cooking class.  By the time the guests left, you'd have thought Alexander the Great.  Of course my wife was instrumental in reminding me of all the steps you had written down that I forgot to read.


Thanks for your classes.  I love it.  John