The Pacific Northwest Summer Feast

We are lucky to live in a region with an abundance of fresh seafood, wild mushrooms, foraged greens, and an abundance of year-round locally grown produce. Join Chef Jennifer Berry in this hands on class where her menu celebrates the abundance the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

Cheers to the PNW!

  • Clams Casino
  • Cedar Plank Roasted Coho Salmon with Za’atar Vinaigrette
  • Marinated Tomatoes and Roasted Chanterelles with Grilled Sweet Corn Aioli
  • Cherry Clafoutis with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

About Jennifer

Jennifer is a culinary arts instructor, private chef and recipe developer, she is a graduate of The Seattle Culinary Academy where she is also a part time instructor. Jennifer has over a decade of restaurant experience working under Jonathan Sundstrom at Lark Seattle. Jennifer spent her early life in the kitchen with her grandmother making homemade pasta, foraging for blackberries and using up every leftover available. Her food is heavily influenced by her Italian family and the seasonal bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Jennifer recently started a food blog to document her family’s traditions and the foods she has created for them, you can follow her @chefjenskitchen.

The Pacific Northwest Feast

We are lucky to live in a region with an abundance of fresh seafood, wild mushrooms, foraged greens, and an abundance of year-round locally grown produce. Join Chef Jennifer Berry in this hands on class where her menu celebrates the abundance the Pacific Northwest has to offer. We will start with a fun and classic old-school appetizer, Clams Casino. Then, perfect a local summertime grilling technique, Cedar Plank Grilled Coho Salmon, which will be complemented with fresh seasonal Marinated Tomatoes and Roasted Chanterelles.  We will finish our feast with a classic Cherry Clafoutis. Cheers to the PNW!

  • Clams Casino
  • Cedar Plank Grilled Coho Salmon with Za’atar Vinaigrette
  • Marinated Tomatoes and Roasted Chanterelles with Grilled Sweet Corn Aioli
  • Cherry Clafoutis

About Jennifer

Jennifer is a culinary arts instructor, private chef and recipe developer, she is a graduate of The Seattle Culinary Academy where she is also a part time instructor. Jennifer has over a decade of restaurant experience working under Jonathan Sundstrom at Lark Seattle. Jennifer spent her early life in the kitchen with her grandmother making homemade pasta, foraging for blackberries and using up every leftover available. Her food is heavily influenced by her Italian family and the seasonal bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Jennifer recently started a food blog to document her family’s traditions and the foods she has created for them, you can follow her @chefjenskitchen.

The Pacific Northwest Feast

We are lucky to live in a region with an abundance of fresh seafood, wild mushrooms, foraged greens, and an abundance of year-round locally grown produce. Join Chef Jennifer Berry in this hands on class where her menu  celebrates the best of the spring bounty the Pacific Northwest has to offer. We welcome spring with indigenous locally raised Olympia oysters that you will learn to shuck, then we will turn our efforts into creating the rest of your feast, including learning how to perfectly pan-seared our most valuable spies of Salmon. Cheers to the PNW!

Menu 

  • Olympia Oysters on the half-shell with Rhubarb Vinaigrette
  • Pan-seared Chinook Salmon with Pistachio-Mint Pesto
  • Ricotta Dumplings with Spring Peas, Asparagus, and Green Garlic
  • Olive Oil Cake with Honeyed Whipped Mascarpone and Strawberries

About Jennifer:

Jennifer is a culinary arts instructor, private chef and recipe developer, she is a graduate of The Seattle Culinary Academy where she is also a part time instructor. Jennifer has over a decade of restaurant experience working under Jonathan Sundstrom at Lark Seattle. Jennifer spent her early life in the kitchen with her grandmother making homemade pasta, foraging for blackberries and using up every leftover available. Her food is heavily influenced by her Italian family and the seasonal bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Jennifer recently started a food blog to document her family’s traditions and the foods she has created for them, you can follow her @chefjenskitchen.

The Pacific Northwest Feast

We are lucky to live in a region with an abundance of fresh seafood, wild mushrooms, foraged greens, and an abundance of year-round locally grown produce. Join Chef Jennifer Berry in this hands on class where her menu  celebrates the best of the spring bounty the Pacific Northwest has to offer. We welcome spring with indigenous locally raised Olympia oysters that you will learn to shuck, then we will turn our efforts into creating the rest of your feast, including learning how to perfectly pan-seared our most valuable spies of Salmon. Cheers to the PNW!

Menu 

Olympia Oysters on the half-shell with Rhubarb Vinaigrette

Pan-seared Chinook Salmon with Pistachio-Mint Pesto

Ricotta Dumplings with Spring Peas, Asparagus, and Green Garlic

Olive Oil Cake with Honeyed Whipped Mascarpone and Strawberries

About Jennifer:

Jennifer is a culinary arts instructor, private chef and recipe developer, she is a graduate of The Seattle Culinary Academy where she is also a part time instructor. Jennifer has over a decade of restaurant experience working under Jonathan Sundstrom at Lark Seattle. Jennifer spent her early life in the kitchen with her grandmother making homemade pasta, foraging for blackberries and using up every leftover available. Her food is heavily influenced by her Italian family and the seasonal bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Jennifer recently started a food blog to document her family’s traditions and the foods she has created for them, you can follow her @chefjenskitchen.

The Pacific Northwest Feast

We are lucky to live in a region with an abundance of fresh seafood, wild mushrooms, foraged greens, and an abundance of year-round locally grown produce. Join Chef Jennifer Berry in this hands on class where her menu  celebrates the best of the spring bounty the Pacific Northwest has to offer. We welcome spring with indigenous locally raised Olympia oysters that you will learn to shuck, then we will turn our efforts into creating the rest of your feast, including learning how to perfectly pan-seared our most valuable spies of Salmon. Cheers to the PNW!

Menu 

Olympia Oysters on the half-shell with Rhubarb Vinaigrette

Pan-seared Chinook Salmon with Pistachio-Mint Pesto

Ricotta Dumplings with Spring Peas, Asparagus, and Green Garlic

Olive Oil Cake with Honeyed Whipped Mascarpone and Strawberries

About Jennifer:

Jennifer is a culinary arts instructor, private chef and recipe developer, she is a graduate of The Seattle Culinary Academy where she is also a part time instructor. Jennifer has over a decade of restaurant experience working under Jonathan Sundstrom at Lark Seattle. Jennifer spent her early life in the kitchen with her grandmother making homemade pasta, foraging for blackberries and using up every leftover available. Her food is heavily influenced by her Italian family and the seasonal bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Jennifer recently started a food blog to document her family’s traditions and the foods she has created for them, you can follow her @chefjenskitchen.