Winter Warmers

Winter Warmers

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  • 4 Hour(s)

Learn how to use the Weber way of cooking to create warming winter dishes on the barbecue including Sunday roasts, soups and even your Christmas turkey!

The Winter Warmers course includes mastering Weber's renowed "lid-on" barbecue techniques for grilling, roasting, smoking and baking. During the 4 hours you and your classmates will prepare a variety of different dishes under the guidance of an expert chef. Using a combination of charcoal and gas barbecues, you'll be taught skills from lighting techniques to controlling temperature and knowing when you food is perfectly cooked.

You'll learn how to create great roasts on the barbecue and get your Yorkshire puddings right every time! The chef will also demonstrate how to prepare and cook a turkey on the barbecue so you can treat your family to a rather special Christmas feast.

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

  • Christmas Turkey and other delights for the season
  • Winter seasoned ingredients on the barbeque
5 Course Menu
  1. 1st Snack  
    Winter Warmers
    Snack: Hot smoked salmon with potato rosti and herbed cream fraiche
  2. 2nd Appetizer  
    Winter Warmers
    Appetizer: Smoked leek and potato soup with fig and goat cheese flat bread
  3. 3rd Main course  
    Winter Warmers
    Main course: Roast Beef and Yorkshire puddings
  4. 4th Main course  
    Winter Warmers
    Main course: Roast Turkey with Hasselback potatoes and Brussel sprouts
  5. 5th Dessert  
    Winter Warmers
    Dessert: Sticky toffee pudding with cream and berries
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Kinsale Gourmet Academy
Weber Grill Academy
Ballinacurra House
Kinsale
Co.Cork
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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