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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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Kim Cooks Sue Draws, can be purchased on the classes page

Kim Cooks Sue Draws, can be purchased on the classes page

Kim Mahan

This is the First cookbook for Class Cooking.

The line between the culinary arts and the fine arts is merely a suggestion for both Kim Mahan and Sue Clancy. Feeling free to color outside the lines of typical cookbook publications the authors decided to make a cookbook that is not a bound book of recipes, nor is it an art exhibit for display on commercial gallery walls.  Instead it’s a set of playful, practical, artworks (greeting cards, tea towels, framed prints) you can use at home to cook, eat and share with people you love.

This unconventional cookbook is “bound” on this webpage titled “Kim Cooks Sue Draws”.

The book contains 15 recipes with beautiful and fun illustration by Sue Clancy. Great for cooking or frameing.

Cookbooks can be ordered on my website. E-books and cards and posters can be found on Sue Clancy's website https://sueclancy.com/artist-books/kim-cooks-sue-draws/

Home Made

Home Made

Gregory Clapp

This book, by the wife of Gordon Ramsay, is beautifully written and is full of inspired comfort food.

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Kabobs

Kabobs

Gregory Clapp

This cookbook has simple marinade recipes that can be made into kebabs, or not! 

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What to Cook and How to Cook It

What to Cook and How to Cook It

Gregory Clapp

This is a beautiful book for beginners or experienced cooks.

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Saveur: The new Comfort Food, Home Cooking from Around the World

Saveur: The new Comfort Food, Home Cooking from Around the World

Gregory Clapp

With our days getting shorter and our evenings getting cooler there is nothing better than tucking into some warming comfort food.

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The Sultan's Kitchen: A Turkish Cookbook

The Sultan's Kitchen: A Turkish Cookbook

Gregory Clapp

This book is a very good overall reference, so if you need one Turkish cookbook, this is a great choice. 

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Turquoise: A Chef's Travels in Turkey

Turquoise: A Chef's Travels in Turkey

Gregory Clapp

By Greg and Lucy Malouf
Chronicle Books, 2008

Recipes to try are:

  • Crunchy Zucchini Flowers Stuffed with Haloumi, Mint, and Ginger on page 76
  • Grilled Lamb Cutlets with Mountain Herbs on page 172
Turkey

Turkey

Gregory Clapp

The recipes are ambitious but well worth the time spent.

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