Come join Portland Culinary Alliance to learn about candy making from Portland’s queen of candy making, Jami Curl! As owner of QUIN Candy, Jami is creating delicious and unique handmade candies, from gumdrops to caramels, and from marshmallows to lollipops. In this 2-hour hands-on class, attendees will learn about the ingredients and process used in QUIN products, experience a side-by-side comparison of conventional candies versus QUIN candies, and make fresh strawberry lollipops. Space is limited, so buy your tickets today!
- Date: Thursday, March 12th 6-8pm
- Location: QUIN Candy kitchen – 134 SE Taylor & 2nd St
- Maximum attendees: In order to keep this a valuable hands-on class, this will be capped at 12 people.
- Cost: $30 Members / $45 Non-Members
- What You Get: Two hours of hands-on candy making, a bag of treats to take home, recipes, and complimentary Smith Tea and Water Avenue Coffee. Additional candy will also be available for purchase.
This class is now SOLD OUT! Please add yourself to the waiting list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org should anyone drop out. Thanks for your interest!
Brunch with Benefits: A Fundraiser for The Curriculum of Cuisine
Sunday, January 25, 2014
Indulge in sweet and savory brunch creations and support a worthy cause at Brunch with Benefits, a fundraising event for The Curriculum of Cuisine hosted by the Oregon Culinary Institute and Portland Culinary Alliance. The four-course gourmet brunch will be served family style and feature some of Portland’s culinary stars including Scott Dolich, Bent Brick; Tommy Habetz, Bunk Sandwiches; Alissa Frice, Frice Pastry; Emily Kohlhepp, Grüner; Eve DeNies, Trifecta Tavern and Bakery; Lisa Schroeder, Mother’s Bistro; Brian Flick, Pitch Dark Chocolate; and Amelia Lane and Matthew Barbee, Perfect Bake. Anh Luu from Tapalaya will be cooking at the event.
Enjoy one drink included in your ticket price. Specialty cocktails include mimosas and micheladas, a popular Mexican cocktail that mixes beer with hot sauce and is often compared to a Bloody Mary.
A silent auction will raise funds for The Curriculum of Cuisine.
100 percent of the proceeds from Brunch with Benefits will support the local non-profit, The Curriculum of Cuisine (TCC). TCC’s mission is to support rigorous academic learning while delivering essential culinary skills to enhance student success and foster a lifetime of wellness. TCC brings a culinary professional into core academic classrooms five-to-seven times during a semester. During these visits, students learn hands-on, essential culinary skills. These lessons are uniquely crafted by teachers and chefs to support Common Core goals and honor the distinct cultural capital of each classroom. Our model enables TCC to support closing the achievement gap and increasing graduation rates, along with enhancing student wellness.
Date: January 25, 2015
Time: 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m.
Place: Oregon Culinary Institute, 1701 SW Jefferson St, Portland, OR 97201
Attend the PCA annual Holiday Cookie Exchange and get an exclusive preview to the Oregon Truffle Festival coming to Portland!
On Sunday, December 7 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. we will kick off the holiday season with our annual Holiday Cookie Exchange. Bring three dozen of your favorite holiday cookies to exchange with fellow PCA members and a tin to take home your treats. Zuppa Catering will be providing coffee and tea for our event.
The Oregon Truffle Festival is coming for the first time to Portland, and the PCA has an exclusive preview! Charlie Ruff, culinary director for the festival will be joining us at our holiday event to talk about the Oregon truffle phenomenon. Oregon is native to several varieties of truffles, each with their own unique flavor profiles and culinary uses. And now, new inoculation technology makes it possible to actually grow them! Come hear about this fascinating new facet of our state’s agriculture, and all the ways you can take part in the delicious festival events.
Space for this event is very limited. Sign up now!
Date: Sunday, December 7th
Time: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Place: Northwest Portland. Address will be provided upon RSVP confirmation.
Member Price: $10
Non-Member Price: $15