Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon

Artisan Bread Baking: French Bread
Greatest European One Pot Meals
Culinary Danube River Cruise
Food of the Philippines
Ancient Whole Grains
Winter Comfort Foods
Tasty Tamales
Artisan Breadbaking: English Muffins, Cinnamon Roll Sticky
Coffee Tasting: Journey Around the World

Conscientious Butchery and Meat Preservation

Head Butcher of Proletariat Butchery, Zeph Shepard sources his meat from local family farms committed to sustainable agriculture.

Make Your Own Bacon
Lamb Butchery
Make Your Own Pancetta
Chicken Butchery
Pig Butchery and Charcuterie
Ribeye Steak Carving

Wine Appreciation

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

Dirty Little Secrets: Understanding Terroir
Lips on Learning: Low Tannin Wines
Valentine's Food and Wine Tasting

Exploring European Cuisine

Stuffed: Veggies and Meat

Sourdough Bread Series

Sourdough Bread Series
Sourdough Baking 1
Sourdough Baking 2

Taste of Winemaking

Learn about Oregon's wine industry directly from wine producers in Newberg. Explore behind-the-scenes aspects of winemaking from developing a vineyard/winery, decisions during the winemaking process and pairing wines with food. We'll sample the final fruits of their labors! Five or more wines will be tasted each class. Students must be 21 years old or older to participate in classes serving alcohol.

Climate and Wine
Harvest 2016: The Good, the Bad and the Wines to Come
Oaking Wine

Wine Meets Food

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.

Wine and Chocolate
A Winter's Night Pairing Feast
Wine Triage

Exploring African Cuisine

Ethiopian Cuisine: Introduction

Exploring Asian Cuisine

Tsukemono: Pickling Japanese Style
Vegetarian Indian Cooking
Menrui: Japanese Noodles from "Abura" to "Zaru"
Nabe: Warm up for Winter with Japanese Stews

Exploring Latin American Cuisine

Mexican Chicken Dishes
Vegetarian Tacos Dorados

Food Preservation

Basic Vegetable Fermentation
Pressure Canning 101
Water Bath Canning: Introduction

Fresh and Healthy Kitchen

Local registered dietitians will give you a fresh outlook on cooking. Bring your nutrition questions and an appetite.

Exploring Local Roots
Fermented Food Fun

Beer Appreciation

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

Beer Literacy: World Styles Part 2

Cider Appreciation

The renaissance of hard cider is revolutionizing the craft beverage industry. Learn to taste how the growing variety of ciders reflect the rich history of apples, farms, and soils in our region. Students must be 21 years old or older to participate in classes serving alcohol.

Understanding The World of Cider