Learn new recipes through Kennewick Community Education classes

Loretto Hulse, Herald staff writerOctober 9, 2013 

Learn some new recipes during classes offered by Kennewick Community Education this month.

The schedule is as follows:

-- Learn to make bubble tea and dragon's beard candy, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at Kamiakin High School, Room 436. Cost is $21. Bubble tea is nonalcoholic and noncarbonated. Dragon's beard candy is like cotton candy with texture.

w Leafy greens 101, from 10 a.m. to noon Oct. 19, at Kennewick High School, Room 103. Cost is $21. Learn to tell the difference between kale and mustard greens, and learn easy recipes.

-- Just Say Yes to Appetizers, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 24, Kamiakin High School, Room 436. Cost is $21. Learn some new recipes and get out of an old appetizer rut.

Register online, http://communityed.ksd.org. Or at the KSD Administration Center, 1000 W. Fourth Ave., Kennewick.

Washington's wine beginnings

Explore the history of Washington's first American Viticultural Area -- Yakima Valley -- at Sips of History on Nov. 21.

There will be four guest speakers -- Kerry Shiels, winemaker at Cote Bonneville, Wade Wolfe, winemaker at Thurston Wolfe, JJ Compeau, general manager at Kestrel Vintners, and Kay Simon, winemaker at Chinook Wines -- all well versed in Yakima Valley winemaking.

Samples of Yakima Valley wines will be served during the talk.

The event is from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center. Cost is $35.

Tickets are limited and available online at www.The CloreCenter.org. Deadline to order is Nov. 15.

For more information, call 509-786-1000.

Cheese festival

Learn more about the state's cheese industry at the Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival on Oct. 12 in Seattle.

The event will showcase almost 80 cheeses and dairy products including soft-ripened cheeses, raw milk cheeses, blue cheese and washed rind cheese plus some butter, yogurt and cream cheese.

There also will be several beverages -- including beer, cider and wine -- and savory nibbles to be paired with cheeses.

There will be two sessions, from noon to 3 p.m. and from 4 to 7 p.m. Both will be held at the Seattle Design Center, 5701 Sixth Ave. S.

Cost is $40 at the door and includes all cheese samples and three drink tickets.

For more information, go to www.washingtonartisancheese.com.

Cooking classes

New Read

The book: The Chew: What's For Dinner? by ABC television hosts Mario Batali, Michael Symon, Carla Hall, Clinton Kelly, Daphne Oz and Gordon Elliott.

Cost: $20

Best for: The authors feature more than 100 recipes to make everyday dinners tasty, easy and fun.

-- Loretto J. Hulse: 582-1513; lhulse@tricityherald.com. To receive a recipe via email each Tuesday, register at tricityherald.com and click on newsletters. If you already are registered, click on edit account and newsletters to select Recipe of the Week. This exclusive recipe does not appear in the newspaper.

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