Spring Brunch

Spring Brunch at Class Cooking

It’s spring, and that means it’s time for brunch! Actually, it’s time for brunch in every season—and, in my opinion, every hour of every day—but Class Cooking is offering two seasonally appropriate Spring Brunch classes: at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 11 ($60, includes coffee) and at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 13 ($80, includes yummy adult beverage).

“I love brunch, so for me cooking brunch is always special,” says instructor and Class Cooking owner Chef Kim Mahan. “This class is great for all brunch lovers, a special menu to share with friends.” Wine mimosas will be served with the evening class. But enough about the cocktails. Here’s what’s on the menu:

  • Orange scones with lime curd
  • Chicken breakfast sausage
  • Candied maple pepper bacon
  • Poached eggs on a bed of asparagus with lemon Hollandaise
  • Spiced blueberries

Are you hungry yet? Good. Call 360-600-8006 or visit www.class-cooking.com to get signed up. Class Cooking is located in downtown Vancouver at 110 E. 15th St.

Spring Brunch at Class Cooking

It’s spring, and that means it’s time for brunch! Actually, it’s time for brunch in every season—and, in my opinion, every hour of every day—but Class Cooking is offering two seasonally appropriate Spring Brunch classes: at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 11 ($60, includes coffee) and at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 13 ($80, includes yummy adult beverage).

“I love brunch, so for me cooking brunch is always special,” says instructor and Class Cooking owner Chef Kim Mahan. “This class is great for all brunch lovers, a special menu to share with friends.” Wine mimosas will be served with the evening class. But enough about the cocktails. Here’s what’s on the menu:

  • Orange scones with lime curd
  • Chicken breakfast sausage
  • Candied maple pepper bacon
  • Poached eggs on a bed of asparagus with lemon Hollandaise
  • Spiced blueberries

Are you hungry yet? Good. Call 360-600-8006 or visit www.class-cooking.com to get signed up. Class Cooking is located in downtown Vancouver at 110 E. 15th St.

Spring Brunch at Class Cooking

It’s spring, and that means it’s time for brunch! Actually, it’s time for brunch in every season—and, in my opinion, every hour of every day—but Class Cooking is offering two seasonally appropriate Spring Brunch classes: at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 11 ($60, includes coffee) and at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 13 ($80, includes yummy adult beverage).

“I love brunch, so for me cooking brunch is always special,” says instructor and Class Cooking owner Chef Kim Mahan. “This class is great for all brunch lovers, a special menu to share with friends.” Wine mimosas will be served with the evening class. But enough about the cocktails. Here’s what’s on the menu:

  • Orange scones with lime curd
  • Chicken breakfast sausage
  • Candied maple pepper bacon
  • Poached eggs on a bed of asparagus with lemon Hollandaise
  • Spiced blueberries

Are you hungry yet? Good. Call 360-600-8006 or visit www.class-cooking.com to get signed up. Class Cooking is located in downtown Vancouver at 110 E. 15th St.

Spring Brunch at C’est la Vie

Tickets for Soirée Supper Club & Catering‘s monthly supper clubs sell like hotcakes—but this month, chef/owner Keri Buhman is shaking things up (deliciously, of course) with a Spring Brunch from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, at C’est la Vie French Café and Crêperie, also owned by Buhman and located at the same address. The scrumptious three-course meal celebrates the arrival of spring with a bevy of classic brunch selections. To whet your appetite, here is a peek at the menu:

  • First course: French croissants and house made scones with fresh fruit and Devonshire cream
  • Second course: Choice of a brunch crêpe, Monte Cristo crêpe, or Frenchie crêpe; French toast bread pudding with Battle Ground produce bacon; frittata with black forest ham, Gruyere and Dijon crème; or fritatta with asparagus, roasted tomato, and goat cheese
  • Third course: Choice of chocolate mousse with salted caramel; lemon curd and berry tart; or two artisan cheeses with accompaniments

The cost is $30 per person with coffee or juice, or $35 with a classic mimosa. The price doesn’t include tax and gratuity. To reserve your spot, call 360-553-5836 or email Buhman at keri@cestlaviebistro.com. C’est la Vie French Café and Crêperie / Soirée Supper Club is located at 1307 N.E. 78th St., Suite 10, in the Hazel Dell are of Vancouver.

Spring Brunch at C’est La Vie

Tickets for Soirée Supper Club & Catering‘s monthly supper clubs sell like hotcakes—but this month, chef/owner Keri Buhman is shaking things up (deliciously, of course) with a Spring Brunch on Saturday, April 29, at C’est la Vie French Café and Crêperie, also owned by Buhman and located at the same address. The scrumptious three-course meal celebrates the arrival of spring with a bevy of classic brunch selections. To whet your appetite, here is a peek at the menu:

  • First course: French croissants and house made scones with fresh fruit and Devonshire cream
  • Second course: Choice of a brunch crêpe, Monte Cristo crêpe, or Frenchie crêpe; French toast bread pudding with Battle Ground produce bacon; frittata with black forest ham, Gruyere and Dijon crème; or fritatta with asparagus, roasted tomato, and goat cheese
  • Third course: Choice of chocolate mousse with salted caramel; lemon curd and berry tart; or two artisan cheeses with accompaniments

The cost is $30 per person with coffee or juice, or $35 with a classic mimosa. The price doesn’t include tax and gratuity. To reserve your spot, call 360-553-5836 or email Buhman at keri@cestlaviebistro.com. C’est la Vie French Café and Crêperie / Soirée Supper Club is located at 1307 N.E. 78th St., Suite 10, in the Hazel Dell are of Vancouver.

Above image: French toast bread pudding