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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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Mulled Wine

Kim Mahan

We made this over the Holidays at Burnt Bridge Cellars, it was amazing!

1 750 ml bottle of dry red wine, we used BBC 2014 Mourvedre

1 orange sliced into rounds

¼ cup honey

8 whole cloves

2 cinnamon sticks

2 stare anise

Combine ingredients in a sauce pan. Bring mixture to a simmer and simmer for 15 minutes up to 3 hours. Strain and serve. Garnish with a cinnamon stick and ½ orange slice.

Wine Mimosas

Kim Mahan

At the winery we can only serve our wines. So when I have a brunch class I make wine mimosas

For 2:

¾ cup dry white wine

½ cup club soda

½ cup orange juice

Stir together and serve

For 1 Bottle:

1 bottle dry white wine

2 cups club soda

2 cups orange juice

Pour ingredients into a picher and stir. Serve cold.

Mark's Wine-Tais

Mark's Wine-Tais

Gregory Clapp

Mark developed Wine Tais for my luau class in July.  A wine-based Mai Tai?  Yes, they’re delicious, and you can drink more than one!  They are very refreshing and especially festive served in a Tiki Mug with a chunk of pineapple and a paper umbrella as a garnish. 

  • ½ cup dry crisp white wine
  • 1 ½ tbsps  fresh squeezed lime juice
  • 1 tbsp orgeat syrup
  • ½ tbsp pineapple syrup

Pour ingredients into a tumbler full of ice and stir. Add more lime juice if you like it less sweet; add more pineapple syrup if you like it sweeter.  Add a pineapple wedge, decorative drink umbrella, or whatever drink accessory you prefer.

Per bottle:

1 bottle dry white wine

½ cup lime juice

3 oz orgeat syrup

3 tbsps pineapple syrup

Pour into a pitcher, stir and serve over ice.

Turkish Coffee

Gregory Clapp

Burcu, our Turkish exchange student, made us Turkish coffee and read our fortunes the first night that she stayed with us.  Whenever we make it we're reminded of that special evening.

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Mark's Very Simple Sangria

Gregory Clapp

Here’s a simple but delicious recipe for Sangria that my husband Mark makes.   It’s always a hit at parties and is an often-requested recipe.

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