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BBQ Sauces of America: Make Your Own Condiments

Becky Bruhn
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(8)
Students make and compare three regional styles of barbecue sauce, Kansas City, North Carolina, and Alabama, while learning about the history of barbecue and a little bit about self-reliance.

Class experience

Aside from learning that they can make any condiment they choose (given time and ingredients), students will learn how barbecue came to the United States and how it has developed in different regions. Students will learn about mixing different condiments to get unique taste experiences, why some meats have to be slow-cooked, how barbecue contests are judged, and we'll talk about some of the weirdest barbecue sauces in the world.
We often hear great cooks say, "My grandmother taught me to make..." It is a mentorship skill. Through it, we learn science, proportions, weight conversion, and nutrition. But we also learn about global culture, tradition, and history. I am delighted to share what I know with young people and to learn from them.
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BBQ Ingredient list Cayenne pepper, Cider vinegar (about 1.5 c), Crushed red pepper, Dark brown sugar, Garlic powder, Ground black pepper, Ground cumin, Hot sauce (like Tabasco), Ketchup , Mayonnaise (1 cup), Onion powder, Smoked paprika (OR paprika and liquid smoke), Salt, Worcestershire sauce BBQ Tool List: Containers for storing sauces, Measuring cups, Measuring spoons, Medium saucepan, Mixing bowl, Small saucepan, Spatula, Spoons, Whisk - Recipes will be provided in class. - Recommend: something to dip into your barbecue sauces - celery, crackers, pretzels, whatever you like.
Students will use the stove-top to simmer the Kansas City- and North Carolina-style sauces. We will be discussing barbecued beef and pork.

Meet the teacher

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(8)
Hello! I teach cooking classes with a bent toward self-reliance - you really can make just about anything. I've been cooking all my life and I deep dive into particular foods/recipes/techniques as a life strategy. I've taught sourdough, mentored... 
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per class
Meets once
55 min

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(4)
Completed by 9 learners
Live video meetings
Ages 11-13
3-8 learners per class

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