Join us at Second Harvest in our beautiful commercial Kids Cafe kitchen as we host a series of cooking demonstrations by well-known, local chefs.
“Cooking for a Cause” cooking classes will be offered once a month on the fourth Thursday at 6pm for approximately 2 hours. We intend for this to be a fun foodie event that is interactive, informal and open to inquisitive culinary types.
Learn how to make classic dishes and taste delectable food all while helping to support your local food bank! You are welcome to bring your own beverage but we will provide water and iced tea.
Classes cost $45 per person are are limited to 16 participants.
Fall 2018 Class – November 29
Holiday Baking with Paula Hall
There’s nothing quite like the aroma of cookies baking on a brisk fall day. Are you interested in learning a few baking tricks? For our November Cooking for a Cause class, our very own Special Events Coordinator, Paula Hall will focus on baking and decorating scrumptious cookies for the holidays.
Paula’s love for baking began as a young child growing up in Beckley, West Virginia. She will proudly tell you she is the fifth generation in her family to have a bakery, a business with deep roots in West Virginia that started back in 1925. Although teaching was her first career, baking has always been her first love. While raising five children in Seattle, Paula owned and operated Rainy Day Bakery. She was the sole supplier, 363 days a year, of all things sweet for seven Nordstrom Coffee Bars.
To make your reservation, please contact:
Paula Hall, Special Events Coordinator
Sorry, reservations cannot be made online for this event.