First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

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First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby British BBQ Society » 25 Jan 2011, 08:56

The first BBQ Pitmasters cooking class will take place on Saturday 19th March, starting at 9am and finishing at 5pm (approx) The class will take place at Minley Nursery, Spoil Lane, Tongham, Surrey, GU10 1BP
The Days agenda is as follows

Ribs Prep
Chicken Prep
Lunch
Brisket Prep
Pork Prep
Competition Box Presentation

Every person will be prepping the 4 main categories, Chicken and Ribs will be cooked on site and the Pork and Brisket will available for you to take home to cook.

Pork and brisket will have been cooked overnight and will be served for lunch.

Price is £75 per person, or £100 per couple.

It is important for me to be able to give personal attention to everyone and therefore places are strictly limited. If the class fills quickly I will add an extra date to the diary.

If you are interested in attending please email me toby@bbbqs.com

Regards

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Re: First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby Eddie » 25 Jan 2011, 11:48

Sounds like a very informative day, a must for any beginner. Count me in.

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Re: First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby clairbare » 26 Jan 2011, 07:31

us too :) childcare sorted :lol:
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Re: First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby Alice's Restaurant » 26 Jan 2011, 11:56

Toby

Kelvin and I will be attending...looking forward to it. thanks Alice
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Re: First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby Eddie » 04 Feb 2011, 11:28

Will people be able to buy products on the day, gizmos, gagets and sponsor products?

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Re: First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby clairbare » 04 Feb 2011, 14:46

Being the ever so patient person i am Toby :D when will we know if we got into the class :lol: Keen to learn :ugeek:
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Re: First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby British BBQ Society » 05 Feb 2011, 06:47

Hi Eddie,

We do not have a shop here, so gadgets and gizmos are limited, Some of the sponsors will have supplied me product by the time theclass starts but I will not have received my shipment from the states.

Claire, you are definitely in,

To everyone else there a still a few places available
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Re: First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby clairbare » 05 Feb 2011, 09:35

:D cheers Toby
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Re: First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby clairbare » 17 Feb 2011, 13:16

What do we need to bring on the day to this Toby? Also on FB it says 9am - 5pm but on here 10-4 :!: which one is it? :D Don't want to be late :)
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Re: First Pitmasters Cooking Class 19th March

Postby British BBQ Society » 17 Feb 2011, 15:07

Sorry about the confusion I have changed the times to 9am - 5pm (although i expect an earlier finish, I would like to get the ribs on as early as possible. I will be sending out an email later asking people to confirm and pay (with instructions how to do so) for the places as we have received more interest than there are places.

Everything will be provided on site, although I would suggest bringing your own set of knives if you have them, always better for people to use tools that they are used to.
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