Chopping Vegetables(3)   

Pan Roasting(1)



Color-Block Divider

To register, call 541.383.7270 or click on class title (requires Adobe Flash).       
NEW! Essential Employ-ability: Job Skills Workshop

Attention all high school students! Will you be looking for your first job soon? Learn the skills necessary for getting, keeping, and being successful in any job including retail, food and beverage, and general labor. Specific skills students will learn include: writing a resume, applying for a job, writing a cover letter, interviewing skills, communication skills, interpersonal skills, customer service skills, and employment etiquette. Students will be able to demonstrate these skills through hands-on activities, including role-playing, visual tools, and critical thinking. Learning these skills is sure to make you stand out from the crowd!  Students must be 16+ to register.
Samuel La Duca           9:00am-3:00 Sa                           28343
5/13                                 Bend CUL 120                        Cost $79    

Etiquette Essentials for Children
This fun, hands-on, interactive class will introduce children to proper etiquette relating to situational contacts with people including home, sports, school, and daily interactions with the public. Students will gain valuable knowledge, and learn to demonstrate good table manners, set a proper table, and practice social/behavioral skills while eating at the table. Activities include role-playing and enjoying an interactive luncheon at Elevation, COCC’s Cascade Culinary Institute restaurant. Each student will receive a 10% off coupon to Elevation for future dining to demonstrate to family and friends the skills that were learned. Call 541.383.7270 to register your child.

Ages 5-7
Samuel La Duca                   9:00am-1:00 Sa                    28398
5/6                                       Bend CUL 120                     Cost $49                                         

Ages 8-12                                           
Samuel La Duca                    9:00am-1:00 Sa                  28348
5/20                                      Bend CUL 120                   Cost $49

NEW! Make Your Own Bratwurst
You don’t have to be German to love Bratwurst. Learn to make fresh Bratwurst from start to finish. Class will explore different sausages and curing techniques, then jump right into making this fresh sausage just in time for grilling season. Traditional sides that will go well with Bratwurst such as Blaukraut and German Potato Salad will also be included in instruction.
David Trask                            9:00am-2:00 Sa                   28302
4/22                                      Bend CUL 117                     Cost $99                  

NEW! Thai Table: The Northwest’s Favorite Cuisine
Discover the secrets of favorite Thai restaurants in the Northwest and learn about some of the popular dishes that make this cuisine a destination. Start by making Som Tam Thai, a green papaya salad with dried shrimp, followed by Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings, a dish that put Thai food on everybody’s mind and made it a favorite foodie destination. Finally, learn to make Phat Phak Ruam Mit, so much more than just stir fried vegetables.
David Trask                                 9:00am-2:00 Sa                          28303
5/6                                              Bend CUL 117                           Cost $99

NEW! Mexico City Street Staples
Tacos Al Pastor are a staple on the Mexico City street food scene. How did a Middle Eastern cooking technique end up in the heart of Mexico? Explore this fun fact and weather permitting, learn to cook this delicious street food on the outdoor grill. Class will also make Mexican grilled corn with chilies and lime, a trio of salsas, and guacamole to accompany our Tacos Al Pastor.
David Trask                                 9:00am-2:00 Sa                            28299
5/20                                           Bend CUL 117                              Cost $99

NEW! Wood Fired Pizza
From pizza basics to traditional Italian favorites, make an assortment of wood-fired pizzas on a new Woodstone Outdoor Oven. From Pizza Margherita to Pizza Alla Bismark, explore them all, and then decide what to put on your pie. Class will include making a Panzanella Salad to get ready for tomato season and finish off with an Italian favorite, Rosemary Citrus Spritzer.
David Trask                                 9:00am-2:00 Sa                           28300
6/3                                              Bend CUL 117                            Cost $99

NEW! Vegan Cooking at Its Best
Join Suzanne in the kitchen in this hands-on interactive cooking class for those committed to living a healthy lifestyle. For the longtime vegan, or the newbie, this class will cover the basics of eating a well-balanced vegan diet, plus tips, preparation shortcuts, and knife skills.  Class will cover proper bean, legume and whole grain cooking and hand-outs will be given to better understand the importance of calcium and iron. Suzanne raised three sons on a vegan diet so she knows first-hand children can thrive on a plant-based diet.  Preparations will include: Thai Coconut Chickpeas over Brown Rice, Hot Tamale Bean Pie, Tofu Parmesan, Black Bean and Garden Vegetable Enchiladas, Easy Hummus Pita Sandwiches, Tempeh Tacos, and Three Sisters Stew. Please bring an apron and take home containers for leftovers.
Suzanne Landry                          10:00am-2:00 Sa                        28396
4/29                                           Bend CUL 117                            Cost $59

NEW! Paleo Diet - Is It for You?
The Paleolithic diet, often referred to as the caveman diet is a modern nutritional plan based on the presumed ancient diet of wild plants and animals. It emphasizes fresh foods that are nutrient dense, containing many naturally occurring vitamins and minerals. The Paleo diet avoids grain-based foods and processed, less nutritional foods. This is not just a weight loss fad diet, it will reduce inflammatory disease risks, and increase energy and muscle. This class will help those who are ready for a radical change of dietary and lifestyle habits, get radical results. Suzanne will demonstrate how to create delicious dishes that fit the Paleo dietary plan including dessert, which the class will sample.
Suzanne Landry                         10:00am-2:00 Sa                        28395
5/20                                           Bend CUL 118                           Cost $59

NEW! Fresh & Easy Seafood
Love fish, but don’t know how to prepare and store it? Are you concerned about the possible pollution in fish these days? How does wild fish compare to farmed fish? Learn these answers and discuss the best and “cleanest” seafood to eat, where to purchase it, and the best way to prepare it. Learn the health benefits of sea vegetables and try some recipes using Dulce and wakame as a complement to fish dishes. Suzanne will demonstrate recipes prepared from fresh ingredients available at market at the time of class and may include: Sesame Seared Ahi with Spring Greens, Pine Crusted Cod with Orange Sauce, Wild Caught Salmon with Spicy Rub, Great Fish Tacos, and Fantailed Coconut Shrimp and Crab. All guaranteed to be delicious!
Suzanne Landry                         10:00am-2:00 Sa                        28397
6/10                                           Bend CUL 118                           Cost $69

NEW! Award Winning Apple Pie
Discover the secrets to making a blue ribbon worthy pie: crisp flaky crust with no soggy bottom, and apple filling that is not too sweet or soupy. Choose from several different types of top crust and decorative accents to create a pie that is not only mouth wateringly delicious but looks beautiful too! Bring a peeler, sharp paring knife, an apron and a lunch.
Katie Fuller                                 9:00am-3:30 Sa                           28441
5/6                                              Bend CUL 116                            Cost $79                  

NEW! Make Renegade Jack Cheese
In this one and a half day class, students will make Jack cheese from pasteurized milk and, in the process, learn the basics of making a washed-curd cheese, as well as waxing and aging. The first day will emphasize the importance of sanitation and basic washed-curd, pressed cheese making techniques. Being a renegade, Laura will use kefir to culture the milk.
At the end of the class, each participant will leave with a two pound waxed cheese, along with instructions for aging their jack cheese in their refrigerator. Recipes, resources and plans for a basic cheese press will be provided, in addition to lecture. Students are to supply: Non-reactive (glass 1/2 gallon jar or food-grade plastic) container to take aging whey home, and a small, instant-read thermometer. Additional salt will be required at home, for aging brine, and for drying cheese - recipe will contain instructions.

Laura Cunningham                       Prineville PRI 127                       28445
5/20                                           8:30am-5:00 Sa                                                    
6/10                                           9:00am-1:00 Sa                          Cost $99                                          

Lemon Lovers Desserts
Students will learn how to make a beautiful rich, lemony tart with a flaky, melt in your mouth crust and a light, fluffy lemon ricotta cheesecake. Bring a box to take home your desserts, an apron, a lunch, and sharp paring knife.
Katie Fuller                                  9:00am-3:30 Sa                         28443
6/3                                              Bend CUL 116                           Cost $79


Color-Block Divider(8)


In this Section