Dukkah is an Egyptian nut and seed blend that is seriously addicting! Serve it as a dip with bread and olive oil, crust in on goat cheese or chicken or serve with a Greek yogurt dip. We only make dukkah once a month; on the second Saturday of each month. Stop by anytime after noon to see what we are sampling and pick up your Dukkah. Pre-orders are welcome and highly recommeded!
2018 Cooking Classes!
Pat will be returning to the North Coast Food Web kitchen this year as we
continue our World of Spice cooking class series. Look for Lebanese, Ethiopian,
Vietnamese as well as Northern Indian and Moroccan! Classes will be held the
last Wednesday of each month starting in January. Register at northcoastfoodweb.org
Art Walk Saturday, February 10, 2018 5:00-7:00pm
While we are not officially on the Art Walk map this month we will be open late!
Stop by and say hi to Tom, sample our EVOO from Red Ridge farm, or check out
our selection of bitters.
Book Signing Nov. 14 11:00 am- 2:00 pm
Local author, Muriel Jensen will be in the shop signing copies of her
newest book. All proceeds from books sold that day will go to the
Lindstrom family of Danish Maid Bakery. Light refreshments will
October 21, 2015 Cooking with Spices 6:00- 8:30 pm
Are you looking to add more flavor to your food? Do you want to learn more about
cooking with spices? This class is for you! Join Pat at the North Coast Food Web
teaching kitchen for this hands-on class. Click the link below to register.
February 14th – 5pm – Raising the Dough for North Coast Food Web
Please swing into Pat’s Pantry for a taste of the best artisan soup and bread in Astoria and support the North Coast Food Webs “Raising the Dough” kitchen campaign! Brandon Massey from Astoria Coop is preparing the savory soup and from Blue Scorcher’s ovens Felix Ward is creating some never before seen bread delight! 100% of donations go to NCFW. Please help us, help them. See you February 14th during Art Walk!!
March 25 6:00 pm
If you are looking to add more flavor to your food, learn more about using herbs and spices or want to expand your spice usage beyond salt and pepper than this class is for you. We will explore the difference between herbs and spices, discuss ways to get the most flavor from your spices, and provide tips on purchasing and storing spices. This class is complementary and starts at 6:00pm.
Classes and Events
January 8 Beers to Your Health 7:00pm
Interested in learning how to spice up your coking? Join us at Ft.George Lovell Showroom at 7:00pm
July 12 Art Walk tonight 5:00-8:00 pm
Stop for a taste of chocolate chip cookies topped with Jacobsen Stumptown Coffee Salt. Chocolate, coffee, salty and sweet in one bite! Oh yes, and there will be wine.
May 15 Blossom Vinegar Drinking Vinegar Tasting
Connie from Blossom Vinegars will be in the shop from 10:00 -1:00
Stop by for tastings and recipe ideas for summer mocktails,cocktails, marinades and salads!
April 26 “Spicing up the Pantry”
Local romance writer Muriel Jensen will be signing her latest book
which is set in Astoria. Light refreshments will be served. 11:00am -2:00pm
April 16 DIY: Shrubs 6:00pm
Have you heard the buzz about shrubs? Interested
in fermented foods and beverages? In this class you will
learn to make your own shrubs, taste a variety of shrubs
and take home recipes for mock-tails, cocktails, vinaigrette
and marinades made from shrubs. Fee $10.00