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Class Cooking specializes in small group hands-on gourmet cooking classes, and provides event planning and catering services.  Located adjacent to Burnt Bridge Cellars in Vancouver, Washington.

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Dried Cherry Muffin Mix in a Jar

Dried Cherry Muffin Mix in a Jar

Kim Mahan

For the Jar:

2 cups self rising flour

½ cup sugar

½ cup brown sugar

1 tsp garam masala

1 cup dried cherries chopped

 Place the four into a quart wind mouthed canning jar. Mix sugars and garam masala together and pour into the jar. Add cherries and press down gently. Seal jar.

 Muffins:

1 jar of mix

1 egg

1 cup milk

1/3 cup vegetable oil

2 tbsps raw sugar for garnish

 Pour contents from the jar into a mixing bowl. Add everything except raw sugar. Stir together. Divide batter between 12 muffin papers in a muffin tin. Top with sugar to garnish. Bake at 375 degrees for 15 to 18 minutes until tester comes out clean. Cool.

 Makes 12.

 

Buckwheat Rye Pancake Mix

Buckwheat Rye Pancake Mix

Kim Mahan

We gave out bags of this pancake mix as Christmas gifts. Great recipe and once the mix is put together it will make several batches of wonderful pancakes.

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Wanda's Café and Bakery

Gregory Clapp

Their baked goods are beautiful and the breakfasts we've had there have been exceptional, with the best restaurant hollandaise I've ever had.

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James John Café

Gregory Clapp

I liked it so much on my first visit, trying their sweet potato hash with poached eggs that I took my family back on the weekend.

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Cheese Blintzes

Gregory Clapp

Over the weekend I did a crepe making demo at the cooking school.  Several people made their own crepes.  The basic crepe batter recipe is on the website.  I love brunch, as many of you know, and cheese blintzes make a wonderful brunch dish.  The basic batter recipe makes a few more crepes than you need for the blintz recipe, so you’ll have crepes to fill with cheese and sautéed vegetables for lunch or dinner!

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Basic Crepes

Gregory Clapp

Crepes are one of the most versatile dishes you can make.  They can be used for any meal, dessert, or appetizer.  This is a good, basic crepe recipe.  Fill them with whatever you want!

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Shashuka

Shashuka

Gregory Clapp

I love brunch, especially any dish that has an egg on top.  I also love Middle Eastern flavors.  Shashuka is the perfect marriage of onions, tomatoes, peppers and spice, topped with an egg.  This dish is wonderful for breakfast, lunch, or dinner (or brunch!).  Serve it with good bread or warm pitas to scoop up the flavorful spicy sauce.

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Baked Oatmeal

Gregory Clapp

This is a great breakfast recipe for a busy family, especially with school starting.  Simplify your morning by making this dish in advance- it microwaves in minutes! It’s tasty, kid-friendly, and filling. 

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Basic Aebelskiver Batter

Basic Aebelskiver Batter

Gregory Clapp

I love gadgets and cookware.  I bought my first Aebelskiver pan at age 16.  These pancakes are fun to make and turn a simple pancake into something special.

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Eggs Benedict with Goat Cheese Polenta and Pesto Hollandaise

Gregory Clapp

My friend Amy McFall-Prince, who writes the wonderful food blog The Dinner Hour suggested that I post a brunch recipe in the May newsletter.  She said that it’s brunch season.  I love Eggs Benedict in any form, and I make several variations.  This version is a little complicated, but the results are worth the work. 

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