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.
Join us in the cooking school for fun and informative classes with Chef Kim. You can now register and pay for classes online using our secure checkout system. Just follow the links below!
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I love brunch, it is my favorite meal to prepare. When you have a houseful of company during the Holidays it's is always good to have recipes that can be made in advance, and can be increased easily.
Menu coming soon
Hidden Gourmet is a collection of recipes, spice mixes, and soon to be cooking classes created by Emilee Mahan from her work at Fruit and Flower Child Care Center where she is the chef. Cooking for 135 sometimes picky eaters daily. All the recipes have been beta tested and revised to appeal to a kids pallet. Having grown up with a chef for a mom I learned early that kid food does not mean just pizza and mac n' cheese, it means food that is spiced for flavor rather than heat and made with ingredients that are easily identifiable (OR completely hidden from sight).
I love to make pasta and I decided it would be more fun for you to make pasta with a friend or your significant other. When you sign up for this class it is for a 2 person team. When you add 1 to your cart it covers 2 people.
Indian food offers amazing flavors. Most of us go to restaurants, but you can make several wonderful dishes at home. We will be exploring lots od unusual flavors and ingredients in this class.
Pub food is amazingly diverse and fun to make. What better time to celebrate this cuisine then in March when everyone is Irish for a day. We will not be serving green wine but everything else will remind you of the emerald island.
Ethiopian is an amazing African cuisine. Most of us only experience it in restaurants but you can make it at home. Even the wonderful injera bread can be made at home. If you have never tried Ethiopian dishes this will be a great introduction.