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Culinary Arts + Chefs

Fable to Table Series

Join us in the kitchen for hands-on classes, food tastings, cookbook demos, and more! 

Purchase tickets online or contact our box office: 206.388.0832 | M-F during regular business hours.

Upcoming Events

Oy Vey Vegan

oy-vey-vegan-webSunday, November 19 | 2 pm
$30 | $25
Cookbooks for sale

Author, food blogger and regular TV guest, Estee Raviv teaches simple, elegant healthy recipes, adding a Mediterranean flair to vegan fare; most are also gluten free. Cookbooks will be available for purchase. 

Sephardic Cookies: Biscochos & Curabies

biscochos-webSunday, January 21 | 2 pm
$30 | $25
Cookbooks on sale

Since she was a little girl Rachel Almeleh has been cooking the recipes passed down through generations of her ancestors and captured in her cookbook A LEGACY OF SEPHARDIC, MEDITERRANEAN, AND AMERICAN RECIPES. Learn the art of baking biscochos and curabies, also known as Sephardic wedding or Turkish sand cookies.

Cook the Book: Ottolenghi's SWEET

sweet-cookbook-webWednesday, February 21 | 7 pm
$30 | $25

Join pastry chef Laurie Pfalzer for a hands-on baking class featuring recipes from the new Yotam Ottolenghi dessert cookbook, SWEET. Learn to work with his unique, Mediterranean-inspired signature ingredients, such as rose petals, figs, saffron, orange blossom, star anise, and cardamom.

Pastry chef Laurie Pfalzer is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in New York and was the pastry chef at Salish Lodge and Spa. She is the owner/chef instructor of Pastry Craft. She teaches regularly with PCC Cooks.

Alon Shaya: Creole Cocktails & Cookbooks

shaya-webSaturday, March 24
7:30 pm cocktail hour | 8:30 pm chef talk
$15-35 (bundled tickets w/cookbook or talk-only tickets available)
Book sales and signing

“Alon’s journey is as gripping and as seductive as his cooking . . . Lovely stories, terrific food.” –chef Yotam Ottolenghi

Meet James Beard Award-winning chef and rising star Alon Shaya, whose New Orleans restaurants – combining Israeli traditions with creole ingredients – have been hailed as the country’s best and most innovative (Bon Appetit, Food and Wine, Esquire magazines). He will talk about his debut cookbook, AN ODYSSEY OF FOOD, MY JOURNEY BACK TO ISRAEL. All tickets include a drink ticket – choose from an Alon Shaya signature cocktail (21+ w/ID) or non-alcoholic option. Bundled tickets include talk and discounted book – individual books day of show are retail price ($35.)

Cook the Book: Ottolenghi's PLENTY

plenty-webWednesday, May 2 | 7 pm
$30 | $25

Join instructor Leah Jaffee for a class about the cookbook that put Chef Yotam Ottolenghi on the map as one of the most exciting new talents in the cooking world. PLENTY is a collection of vegetarian recipes that will delight cooks and eaters looking for a sparkling new take on vegetables. We’ll explore a few innovative recipes, unique ingredients, and extraordinary flavor combinations inspired by the cookbook.

Leah Jaffee is the owner operator of a boutique kosher catering firm in Seattle, Leah’s Catering, which has been serving the local Jewish community since 1997.

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