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110 East 15th Street, Vancouver, WA, 98663

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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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Mom’s Rhubarb Pudding Cake

Gregory Clapp

This was my favorite dessert as a kid next to pumpkin pie.  It was a recipe from the bran flakes box, and I would eat leftovers for breakfast.  Now I add more rhubarb, and if there are leftovers and no one is looking I still sneak a bite or two for breakfast.

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Chocolate Chip Macadoodles

Gregory Clapp

I invented this cookie several years ago, and they've become a family favorite.  A macadoodle is a combination of a coconut macaroon and a snickerdoodle.  Adding mini chocolate chips makes them amazing!

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Grandma's Sugar Cookies

Gregory Clapp

This is my Grandmother's recipe.  I grew up eating these cookies whenever anyone in my family made them.  At Christmas we frosted them and the rest of the year they were sprinkled with nutmeg and sugar before they were baked.  The sugar topping tastes great and is extra easy if you don't have time to frost. 

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Dark Chocolate Espresso Cake with Kahlua

Gregory Clapp

This recipe is from a recent November Holiday Dinner Party class. This is an amazing cake- and very chocolaty. It makes a lot, but it freezes well.

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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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Emilee's Coconut Candy

Gregory Clapp

Our neighbor in Rockaway Beach has been making these candies for decades.  Our daughter Emilee loves them, so one year Pat taught Em how to make them.  Now they are her tradition too, and several of you have asked if she would share the recipe.  Enjoy! 

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Thai Fried Pineapple

Gregory Clapp

This dessert was a recipe in my Introduction to Thai class last month.  I had not made it in a while and was reminded how simple, fresh and different this dish is.  I’ve also been noticing lots of fresh pineapple in the market, so it’s a great time to share this recipe.

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Peppernodder

Gregory Clapp

This recipe is for little spice cookies my mom made during the Holidays.  I have continued her tradition of making them very small.  I make them the size of quarters and you will be tempted to eat them by the handful.  I make several batches each year because it’s impossible to only eat a few.

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Sweet Rice Risotto with Rhubarb Port Compote

Gregory Clapp

We have lots of rhubarb during the summer.  Here is a twist on rice pudding that uses this versatile plant.

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English Trifle

Gregory Clapp

We went to a wine tasting / pot luck recently.  The food had an English theme and I chose to bring dessert, so a trifle was my first choice.   So after some great wines and a meal of very tasty dishes, we dove into the trifle.  I had not made it for a while, but after one bite, I and everyone else confirmed that the English get a bad rap for their cuisine.  This dish is beautiful and tastes as good as it looks. 

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