Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon

The Art of French Cooking
Wacky Fruits and Vegetables
Summer in the Mediterranean
African Cooking Party
Water Bath Canning: Jams and Jellies
Water Bath Canning: Quick Pickled Vegetables
All About Chiles
Grill Night
Tasty Tamales
Ethiopian Cuisine: Introduction

Wine Appreciation

Students must be 21 years old or older to participate in classes serving alcohol.

African Food Safari

Take a journey on the wild side, and explore savory dishes, roast goat, sausages, and naturally sweet desserts.

African Food Safari Series
Savory Africa
Sweet Africa
Wild Africa

Conscientious Butchery and Meat Preservation

Lamb Butchery
Make Your Own Bacon
Make Your Own Sausage

Exploring Asian Cuisine

Exploring Latin American Cuisine

Food Preservation

Preserving Fruit: Water Canning
Preserving Veggies and Meat: Pressure Canning and Drying
Preserving Tomatoes, Sauces and Salsas
Preserving Pickles

Fresh and Healthy Kitchen

Registered Dietitians at OHSU's Center for Women's Health will give you a fresh outlook on cooking. Bring your nutrition questions and an appetite. Directions: http://tinyurl.com/bdwjp87.

Julia's Lighter Side: French Cooking Series

We didn't know she had one! You'd never know it from the taste of Julia Child's savory, authentic French meals. The recipes are quite simple, but never easy. PDX caterer and cooking instructor Robin Brauer covers many delectable seafood, vegetable and dessert recipes. Participate as much as you'd like, or sit back and await samples!

Wine Meets Food Series

Students must be 21 years old or older to participate in classes serving alcohol. Jeff Weissler of Pairings Portland Wine Shop leads these non-intimidating, self-empowering classes that will help you discover how food can alter your experience of a wine.

Grill's On!
Summer of Riesling

Beer Appreciation

Students must be 21 years old or older to participate in classes serving alcohol.

Belgian Wit Bier
English Pale Ales
Beer Literacy: World Styles Part 1