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Culinary Adventures from A Curbside Kitchen
Tuesday, May 27th, 6:00-8:30pm page link

Chef Angela Isaacson and Chef Ian Shulman, proprietors of All Fed Up, A Curbside Kitchen, Olympia. Before their exciting adventure with All Fed Up, A Curbside Kitchen, which opened in Olympia in 2012, Chefs Ian and Angela attended Portland's Le Cordon Bleu, each graduating with a 4.0 GPA. Ian worked with Executive Chef Anne Barnett at Portland's Veritable Quandry amongst other well-known restaurants. Angela joined Executive Chef Jerry Traunfeld at The Herbfarm restaurant and also earned a level one sommelier accolade from the Court of Master Sommeliers.

All Fed Up, A Curbside Kitchen They'll talk about their remarkable experiences in the restaurant business and demonstrate how to wow your own guests with an amazing spring dinner menu: Spot Prawns with Citrus-Herb Sauce, Asparagus, Morel, and Fiddlehead Fern Risotto, Slow Roasted Salmon with Spring Herb Beurre Blanc and Pea Shoots and Vanilla Souffle with Creme Anglaise. www.allfedupcurbsidekitchen.com
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BSC Kids Culinary Arts Program BSC Kids Culinary Arts Summer Camp Program

The Bayview School of Cooking Kids Culinary Arts Program strives to provide an environment where children learn age appropriate cooking skills through an appreciation of technique and safety while experiencing new and different foods!
Instructor: Sue Tower

5-8 year old cooks: Campground Cooking!
and
9-13 year old cooks: The Regions of Washington Camps



Puyallup & Sumner Visit Olympia!
Puyallup & Sumner Visit Olympia!This summer BSC features three classes with food and beverage establishments from the Puyallup and Sumner area to highlight this fun and interesting "neck-of-the-woods." After you've attended these delicious events and it's a typical summer day in Olympia (the weather is so-so and you're wondering what to do), you'll want to hop in your car and take a day trip adventure to Puyallup and beyond!

  • Monday, June 30th, 6:00-8:30pm page link

    HG Bistro in Puyallup
    Instructor: Chef Richard Bretana
    Located in Puyallup, HG Bistro is worth the drive! Chef Rich loves to feature seasonal, local food in dishes that are as beautiful as they are scrumptious. His menu this evening starts with a Grilled Prawn Salad with Asparagus, Charred Tomato Crema and Greens with Strawberry Vinaigrette. The HG Bistro in Puyallupentree is a summery Oven-Roasted Herb-Rubbed Salmon served with Greek Quinoa-Orzo Salad with Olive Salsa and Honey-Ginger Vinaigrette. The sweet finale is a decadent Flourless Chocolate Cake with Fresh Cream and Berry Compote. Learn to make the special dishes that make HG Bistro a destination restaurant. www.hgbistro.com/welcome.html


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  • Monday, July 28th, 6:00-8:30pm page link

    A Summer Tea with Sumner's own "The Secret Garden"
    Instructor: Elizabeth Kleingartner, proprietor of The Secret Garden Tea Room.

    The Secret Garden Tea Room Just past Puyallup in the little town of Sumner you'll find a charming tea room and lunch spot called The Secret Garden, in the beautiful and historic Herbert Williams House. Elizabeth, who also does her own cooking classes on site, visits BSC to educate you on the finer points of the Afternoon Tea. You'll be ready to host your own summer tea when she demonstrates how to make Cucumber Sandwiches, Chicken Salad Sandwiches, Olive Pinwheels, Homemade Crumpets with butter and honey, Mock Devonshire Cream, Almond Shortbread, and Chai Tea Eclairs (she also has many other ideas for savory and sweet treats). She's quite knowledgeable about tea and you'll get to sample several different varieties. www.sgtea.com


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  • Wednesday, August 27th, 6:00-8:30pm page link

    The Root Beer Store - Make Your Own Root Beer!
    Instructor: An instructor from The Root Beer Store in Puyallup with Leanne Willard, BSC Director.

    The Root Beer StoreLearn to make your own root beer! In class, you'll not only receive step-by-step instruction on how to make root beer at home but we'll also use it in Root Beer Pulled Pork Sliders, Root Beer Baked Beans, Root Beer Cupcakes, Root Beer Fudge, and of course, Root Beer Floats (an adult version with Baileys Irish Cream and of course, a standard NA version). www.therootbeerstore.com



  • Delancey
    Tuesday, June 10th, 6:00-8:30pm
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    Instructors: Molly Wizenberg and BSC Director, Leanne Willard

    Delancey: A Man, a Woman, a Restaurant, a Marriage

    A few years ago Molly Wizenberg, author of the immensely popular and award winning Orangette blog and regular contributor to Bon Appetit, visited BSC to talk about her book A Homemade Life. We're excited to have her back to discuss her new book, Delancey: A Man, a Woman, a Restaurant, a Marriage describes how she and her husband started their renowned Ballard pizza place of the same name. Like her first book, Delancey includes recipes for Molly's delicious favorite dishes such as Vietnamese Rice Noodle Salad, Tomato and Corn Salad with Shallot Vinaigrette, Stone Fruit with Prosciutto and Fresh Mozzarella, Sweet-Hot Slow-Roasted Pork Shoulder and Coconut Rice Pudding. Come and have your book signed and find out what makes Molly so special!
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    The Iron Rabbit
    Tuesday, July 15th, 6:00-8:30pm
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    Instructor: Chef Rhett Anderson

    The Iron RabbitThe Iron Rabbit, West Olympia. With a creative but family-friendly menu that focuses on fresh, local food, The Iron Rabbit has become a favorite of many. Chef Rhett visits BSC and brings with him a menu of popular dishes from his restaurant kitchen. His lovely Spinach Salad with Bacon-Balsamic Vinaigrette, topped with bacon, roasted red peppers, thinly sliced onion and Pecorino-Romano cheese makes an elegant starter. Tequila Chicken is marinated cage-free chicken breast charbroiled and topped with jalapeno salsa in a decadent tequila cream sauce and is served with Asparagus, and Quinoa-Jasmine Rice. Dessert is their much-requested Peach and Raspberry Bread Pudding served with Amaretto cream sauce.
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