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Celebrating Basque Food in Seattle

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Renowned Chef Joseba Jimenez de Jimenez will be teaching Basque cooking classes in Seattle later this month and again in February.

On top of that, the Seattle Basque Club will be celebrating Basque cooking at its 3rd-annual Tamborrada Fiesta Wednesday Jan. 20. The event will be held at Txori restaurant from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and feature pintxos, or Basque tapas, along with a txoko, or communal dinner. The price is $45 per person.

Chef Joseba Jimenez de Jimenez. Photo: Euskal Kazeta

Chef Joseba Jimenez de Jimenez has been cooking for more than 30 years. Photo: Euskal Kazeta

Jimenez de Jimenez began his career in Madrid more than 30 years ago. He has studied Basque cooking and served as a food and restaurant consultant in Spain and the United States. He moved to Seattle in the 1990s and opened his Harvest Vine restaurant there.

Jimenez de Jimenez will he teaching his classes at The Harvest Vine and Txori restaurants.

The first session will be Saturday Jan. 23 at 11 a.m. at Harvest Vine and focus on seafood pintxos. The cost of the class is $40.

On Saturday Feb. 13., Jimenez de Jimenez will be teaching a class on French Basque cuisine at 11 a.m. The session will cost $40.

He will be back at Harvest Vine on Saturday Feb. 27 at 10 a.m. to teach a class on cooking Paella. The cost is $60.

Enjoying Basque food at The Harvest Vine restaurant in Seattle. Photo: Euskal Kazeta.

Enjoying Basque food at The Harvest Vine restaurant in Seattle. Photo: Euskal Kazeta.

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  1. Richard Inchausti on January 29th, 2010 9:04 pm

    I have been to the Basque country. My family is from Mundaka. This is a very Basque place. I have been to Bermeo in September when they have festivals and trust me this is the best time to go. The first time I was in the Basque country there was a surfing competition. In Mundaka there is a left wave and surfers from around the world come to this little town. Mostly the town is made up of Austalians at this point. On the bar it does say, “Australians you are not in Spain. You are in Euskadi.” I have stayed in Gernika where there is an Irish bar named Scanlans. There is only two Irish bars in Spain owned by an Irishman. One happens to be in the Basque country. Of course I have been to Bilbao. It is a wonderful city to walk across during the daytime or the nighttime. The best and most romantic is the city of Laguardia. It is in the Rijoa section of Spain. But in reality it is in the Basque country not Spain. Most people in the wine country speak spanish. If you are Basque I suggest going to Bermeo, Gernika (Guernika by Spanish), Bakio, Mundaka…. Agur

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