Pacific Northwest BBQ Association

Championship Pitmasters of the Northwest Competition BBQ Cooking Class

Venue

Coastal Ranch and Farm

260 Highline Drive , East Wenatchee, WA 98802

East Wenatchee, WA, US, 98802

Presented by the Pacific Northwest BBQ Association


Instructed by :
Tom Wallin – Dances with Smoke
Pat Maddock – Maddog’s BBQ
Diane Mee – Lakehouse BBQ




  • Registration Closes 04/22/2018




  • *No onsite registration




  • Located at : Coastal Ranch and Farm 260 Highline Drive, East Wenatchee




  • Class begins at 6:00 a.m.  Students should come early enough to unload and get set up.




  • For all the details: PNWBA.COM, in the FORUM, Event Information page.




  • Questions?   Call/text Pat Maddock:  253-229-8889




  • Registration includes 1 year membership to PNWBA.




Learn the Basics of:


BBQ Equipment
BBQ Theory
Meat Selection
Wood Selection
Theory of Rubs & Sauces
Making Your own Rub


Learn to BBQ Four Competition Meats:


Beef Brisket
Pork Butt (Shoulder)
Chicken
Pork Ribs




Class participants will have the opportunity to cook four
competition meats: Beef Brisket, Pork Butt, Chicken & Pork Ribs.
Preparation, cooking and presentation of beef tri-tip will also be
covered in the class. Other aspects of the class will include basic
bbq equipment information, barbecue theory, meat selection,
wood selection, theory and practice of rub and sauce making and
presentation. All meat, rub materials, wood and some charcoal will
be furnished for teams. The meats cooked by the students will be
judged and winners will receive ribbons!



Cooks should bring their own Charcoal burning cooker or smoker
(NO GAS). A 22” backyard kettle or vertical water pan smoker
like Charbroil or Weber Smokey Mountain is recommend. If cooks
want to take the class but do not have a smoker we have a limited
number that we can loan out for the day. Arrangements must be
made in advance. Cooks should also bring knives, paper towels,
tongs, bucket, cutting boards, a sturdy table, aluminum foil,
hot mitt or hot pads, chairs, large bowl, fire starting equipment
(chimney or fire starter) 8×8 or 10×10 pop up tents are useful
incase it rains or shines (class will not be canceled for rain).


COOKS WILL BE GROUPED TOGETHER IN TEAMS OF TWO. If you have two or more people you want together as a team please register together or indicate on the form who you want your partner to be!



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