Cooking classes being offered in Kennewick

Loretto Hulse, Herald staff writerMay 7, 2014 

Expand your culinary horizons at five cooking classes at the Kennewick Community Education spring series.

The classes range from Italian to Chinese to Filipino cuisines. David Harris of Catering To You, Eva Hisa-Elwell and Christine Benson will teach dishes such as Chicken with Mushrooms and Gorgonzola, Hot and Sour Chinese Soup and Coconut Chicken Adobo.

Cost is $21 per class.

To register, call 222-5080 or go to

-- Apple treats

Don't forget, White Bluffs Quilt Center in Richland is holding an apple pie sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 10 at Yoke's Fresh Market in West Richland.

Each pie costs $10. For multiple orders, call 943-2552 by Friday.

-- Treat Mom

Desert Wind Winery will offer brunch Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. beginning Mother's Day. They also offer lunch and dinner Wednesday through Saturday. Cost ranges from $12 to $18 per person.

Check out the menus at

-- Wine and dine

Catholic Family and Child Services is holding its 27th annual Gala Dinner and Auction on May 17 at TRAC in Pasco.

There will be a silent auction and cocktails beginning at 5:30 p.m., with dinner and a live auction at 7 p.m. Dancing begins at 9:30 p.m.

Cost is $60 per person or $600 for a table of 10.

Proceeds will assist the group's child welfare programs.

For more information, call Adrianne Deen at 946-4647 or email

-- Good read

-- The book: Guy On Fire by Guy Fieri.

-- Cost: $30.

-- Best for: The author shares his favorite recipes and culinary tips for outdoor cooking year 'round. The book has dozens of mouthwatering photographs to get your culinary ideas flowing.

His recipes cover the menu from appetizers to dessert with stops at main dishes, sides and salads.

He includes tips on outdoor cooking equipment, make-ahead plans and packing advice.

-- Loretto J. Hulse: 582-1513; To receive a recipe via email each Tuesday, register at 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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