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Don’t miss your chance to try your hand at learning to cook an authentic Argentine bbq, book in at one of the classes below:

Class Outline

The classes are run in a very relaxed and casual setting at a private residence. Students do not need to bring anything as all is provided, except a good sense of humour and an appetite!

Wear: Casual/comfortable clothes and shoes (During colder weather bring a jacket, as classes are held outside)

  • 10 am – Student’s arrive and greeted by the host/s. Registration of student with time to relax and enjoy a light picada (antipasto) and drinks, while meeting other students, before an official start to the class
  • 10.30 am – Class begins!  Welcome and housekeeping/introductions
  • 11 am – Let’s start the charcoals!  Fire starting demonstration and explanation
  • 11.30 am – What’s on the day’s menu (presenting each cut of meat and rest of menu)
  • 12.00 pm – Discuss the features of an Argentine BBQ (parrilla), ingredients needed for a BBQ, preperation of meats and side dishes
  • 12.30 pm – Let the grilling begin.  Discuss cooking techniques when using a grill (parrilla), with student observation/participation
  • 1 pm – The history of the Argentine BBQ, demonstrate various techniques for starting coals and teach new tips/secrets
  • 1.30 pm – Chimichurri demonstration with student participation
  • 2.00 – 2.30 pm – Loosen your belt and take a seat – Lunch will be served
  • 3.30 – 4pm – Class ends