MANHATTAN, Kan. – Just in time for summer, Kansas State University is presenting Barbecue 101, a one-day workshop for beginning and experienced grillers in four locations around the state.
Selecting meat, woods, spices and rubs; grilling; smoking; the how and why of food safety; and a unique perspective on the science of barbecuing and other topics will be covered.
The workshops, each starting at 8 a.m., are planned for:
May 2 – Olathe – K-State Olathe campus, 22201 W. Innovation Drive (just east of Kansas Highway 7 at the intersection of College Blvd. and Innovation Drive;
May 9 – Manhattan – Stanley Stout Center, 2200 Denison Ave.;
May 30 – Hays – K-State Agricultural Research Center, 1232 240th Ave.; and
June 6 – Arkansas City – Cowley College, Brown Center, 215 S. 2nd St.
The fee to register is $50 per person or $80 per couple due one week prior to each scheduled event, and includes lunch, an apron, and a Barbecue 101 course book. Space is limited. More information and registration is available online at Barbecue 101 Workshop or email Lois Schreiner at firstname.lastname@example.org.