North Bay Cooking Classes

My friend Kay Baumhefner is one of my favorite chefs and teachers. Her classes are like nothing else and I recommend them without reservation. I showed up to offer some advice at her bean cooking class last season and I ended up learning much more than I brought to the table.  This season, Kay has this line-up planned:

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Petaluma Butter & Eggs Days
Sweet & savory bread puddings and omelets for lazy weekend breakfasts or simple suppers. Includes a butter tasting.

Rice Around the World
Different varieties of rice for delicious & sustaining main course or side dish salads, risottos, pilafs, soubises…

Mother’s Day Tea Time Treats
Transportable finger sandwiches, berry shortcakes & chocolate cream scones, strawberry-rose petal jam and other honoring traditions—treat your self [& someone special]!

Come Home to Paradise Week
Marin Farmers’ Market Field Trips on May 15 [Thurs.] or May 18 [Sun.]: 9:00AM-Noon

Join up at the Marin County Farmers’ Market to meet my favorite growers, learn how to shop fresh for the week, & plan what to do with your individual purchases.

Stock Your Pantry
Customize a master shopping list for organizing your pantry and refrigerator with just enough of the right staples to help you easily create something out of seemingly nothing.

Set Your Week Up with Chicken

How to buy it, cut it up, season it, keep it, roast it to perfection and make the most out of every last bit of it.

Apricots & Cherries
Simple jam with fully ripe fruit, hot cobbler and de-mystifying “pie” dough for ethereal galettes.

Come Home to Paradise Week

Petaluma Farmers’ Market Field Trips
Meet at our own village market to get to know the local growers, become a regular they will recognize, and gain inspiration for a week full of fresh eating.

Summer Beans

Snap beans, wax beans, Romano beans…three bean salads, bean purée, hot & cold chili beans.

For details and more information, contact Kay.

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