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Class Cooking is located adjacent to the Burnt Bridge Cellars winery in downtown Vancouver, Washington, and serves the greater Portland, Oregon area.  I specialize in small group hands-on gourmet cooking classes, and provide event planning and catering services for Burnt Bridge Cellars. 


Class Cooking- 110 E. 15th St     Vancouver, WA 

Burnt Bridge Cellars- 1500 Broadway   Vancouver, WA 


Call Kim at 360.600.8006 or email kim@class-cooking.com to reserve your place at the table!




Menus and details are on the Class Schedule page


July Classes

Asian Lettuce Wraps
Thursday, July 16th 10am $60
Friday, July 17th 5:30pm $80

Lettuce wraps are an easy to make summer meal. They are great for a hot summer dinner or perfect for your patio party!





Farmer's Market to Table
Wednesday, July 22nd 10am $60
Thursday, July 23rd 5:30pm $80

I decided to change the name of this class from "Farm to Table" to "Farmer's Market to Table" because most of us don't actually visit the farm, but we do love to shop at the farmer's markets. These recipes will utilize the wonderful vegetables available in mid-summer.



August- no classes. I hope you enjoy the great summer weather and can come to a class in September!


September Classes


Spanish Paella

Saturday, September 19th  5pm  $80

Tuesday, September 22nd  10am  $60


This class is back by popular demand! It will not be offered again this year. After living in Spain for 2 years we ate, and I cooked, a lot of paella. This class will fill up quickly, so reserve your spot soon.






Quick Gourmet: Roasted Chicken (menu coming soon)

Tuesday, September 29th  10am  $60


Like you, I am often out of time to plan and prepare a meal. Roasted chickens are my go to fast food. In this class we will be starting with this store staple, and ending with some amazing meals.











Tonight I did it.  Cooked several of the dishes from the Greek cooking class.  By the time the guests left, you'd have thought Alexander the Great.  Of course my wife was instrumental in reminding me of all the steps you had written down that I forgot to read.


Thanks for your classes.  I love it.  John