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American Barbecue

American Barbecue

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  • 4 Hour(s)
  • Level 3

Get to grips with the increasingly popular smokehouse cuisine. On this course you'll create authentic American barbecue dishes as well as learning low 'n' slow cooking techniques on the Smokey Mountain Cooker.

This interactive course is the perfect way to master American barbecue cuisine and create deliciously authentic dishes from scratch at home: from spicy chicken wings to a side of signature slaw, and even something for those with a sweet tooth.

Among the array of different meats that we cook throughout the day, you'll be asked to prepare and cook a rack of ribs and also receive a demonstration from the chef on how to prepare and smoke a beef brisket low 'n' slow on the Smokey Mountain Cooker.

The course can be cancelled, if there are less than 10 participants registered until 14 days before the course date.

  • Focus on low and slow cooking
  • Focus on a number of good old US BBQ classics
8 Course Menu
  1. 1st Welcome dish  
    Welcome dish: Prawn tacos
  2. 2nd Starter  
    Starter: Chicken Lolly Pops
  3. 3rd Starter  
    Starter: Mac ‘n’ cheese with truffle oil
  4. 4th Main course  
    Main course: Low ‘n’ slow smoked brisket
  5. 5th Main course  
    Main course: Stacked ribs
  6. 6th Side dish  
    Side dish: Grilled potato fries
  7. 7th Side dish  
    Side dish: Signature slaw
  8. 8th Dessert  
    Dessert: Bourbon and smoked bacon chocolate brownies
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quotes I don't really eat meat, but we cooked a delicious risotto, puddings and a really delicious chocolate fondant cake. You’re challenged to cook side dishes, bread, cakes and all of these things, and it was hands-on, not academic. So people were having a go and it was a two-way thing – working together rather than just being told what to do. Sarah Hellings, 25, England