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    Culinary Communion

    These are recipes from classes or chefs at Seattle's Culinary Communion. Culinary Communion teaches cooking and wine classes in the Seattle area in an effort to create a community of food enthusiasts. In each class, we drink wine, laugh, and talk - and, of course, sit down to enjoy the meal we've created together. http://www.culinarycommunion.com

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    This is a simple recipe that Chef Gabriel Claycamp gave us during class at West Seattle's wonderful cooking school, Culinary Communion. Posted with permission.

    Recipe #196151

    We made this sauce recently during class at Culinary Communion - it was intended to go along with the Pork Loin with Spinach and Pernod recipe, but frankly, it went really well on just about everything served with the meal! Especially with the Green Glop (aka Puree Verte, recipe # 122434). Here's Chef Gabriel Claycamp's recipe for Roasted Garlic and Herb Beurre Blanc - I can assure you that it's a rich, creamy, flavorful, delicious sauce that's well-worth the relatively small effort of making it to accompany your meals! (It's not exactly fat-free, but remember: everything in moderation.) Posted with permission.

    Recipe #122612

    It amuses me that this outstanding recipe has such an unassuming name. It should be called something like "The Most Excellent Combination of Potato and Other Vegetables You Can Have the Pleasure of Knowing." We made the recipe at our Culinary Communion class recently, and it was so popular at the dinner table that the serving bowl and spoon were licked clean. The serving bowl full was dipped into even before we sat down at the table - you can see how much was missing, already, in my photo. We couldn't remember what the name of it was as it was passed around the table, so we fondly called it "Green Glop." So, here it is. From Chef Gabriel Claycamp comes this keeper recipe for Green Gl... um, I mean Puree Verte. Posted with permission.

    Recipe #122434

    We had these delicious and rich mashed potatoes with the Prawns in an Apple Sauternes Broth #118420 at Culinary Communion. Posted with permission.

    Recipe #121512

    We made these at our "Fish ID" class at Culinary Communion, served alongside the Chiptole Chile Glazed Salmon, and clams, mussels, and other wonderful foods. The fritters were my favorite recipe of the evening! :) Posted with permission.

    Recipe #120987

    Who would've thought you could grill collard greens? But Chef Gabriel Claycamp showed us how at Culinary Communion, and they were absolutely delicious!! The outside leaves are crispy, and the inner ones tender and juicy. Posted with permission.

    Recipe #119559

    These were a rich, wonderful addition to our Maple Vinegar Crispy Chicken #118864 dinner at Culinary Communion. They're even better the next day! Posted with permission.

    Recipe #119160

    This is Chef Gabriel Claycamp's (of Culinary Communion) recipe for basic mirepoix. Classically, mixepoix is used in stocks to enhance flavor, aroma, and balance, and is a mixture of 50% onion, 25% carrot, and 25% celery. Stock is a flavored liquid made by simmering roasted bones and aromatics in water. Please note that this is not a recipe designed to make stock, itself, but rather just introduces mirepoix basics. Recipe posted with permission.

    Recipe #119171

    Chef Gabriel Claycamp's recipe for white mirepoix. Classically, mixepoix is used in stocks to enhance flavor, aroma, and balance. A white stock is made by simmering chicken or beef bones, vegetables, and aromatics in water. The stock remains relatively colorless during the cooking process. Please note that this is not a recipe designed to make stock, itself, but rather just introduces white mirepoix basics. Recipe posted with permission.

    Recipe #119176

    This simple chunky mixture of sauteed mushrooms was a nice addition to dinner at Culinary Communion class! Recipe posted with permission.

    Recipe #119159

    We made this wonderful dish at Culinary Communion, with Chef Gabriel Claycamp. This recipe is a repeat favorite with class attendees, and they've been known to call Gabriel up years later, from halfway across the country, to replace the beloved recipe that they'd misplaced. :) Recipe posted with permission.

    Recipe #118864

    This recipe is part of a meal I made at Culinary Communion, with chef Gabriel Claycamp. Culinary Communion teaches cooking and wine classes in the Seattle area in an effort to create a community of food enthusiasts. In each class, we drink wine, laugh, and talk. And, of course, sit down to enjoy the meal we've created together. And I know that my husband, for one, is extremely happy with the leftovers we get to take home! :) He really enjoyed these greens. Recipe posted with permission.

    Recipe #118469

    This recipe is part of a meal I made at Culinary Communion, with chef Gabriel Claycamp. Culinary Communion teaches cooking and wine classes in the Seattle area in an effort to create a community of food enthusiasts. In each class, we drink wine, laugh, and talk. And, of course, sit down to enjoy the meal we've created together. This dish, the first our class made together, was delicious and surprisingly easy to make! Recipe posted with permission.

    Recipe #118420

    This basic method of cooking fava beans was taught to me by chef Gabriel Claycamp of Culinary Communion. When I was recently able to get ahold of fresh fava beans, I wanted to cook them in a way that highlighted the taste of the beans themselves, and here’s how Gabriel suggested I fix them. Although fresh fava beans are, as he said, about 70% waste (and the prep time is shelling and peeling), the remaining 30% after you’ve prepared and eaten them are *well* worth the effort! We loved them!

    Recipe #117520


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