BBQ Cooking & Baking – Sue Stoneman
Would you like to learn how to get the most out of learning to cook on your BBQ?
How about cooking a cake, bread or even a pavlova?
Sue is an award winning home cook, blogger, food writer and BBQ enthusiast.
A few hours spent with Sue, here at the UKBBQ School, will inspire you to ‘fire up and get cooking’ a wide range of tasty seasonal dishes on different types of bbqs. She will soon have you mixing dough for bread and flatbreads, whisking up delicious cakes and showing you how to get the most out of your bbq by cooking a complete meal in and on it. The type of cooking Sue rustles up is perfect for families and also when you are entertaining friends at home. You will get to sit down with fellow bbq students and tuck into the wonderful things you have helped prepare and cooked. There will be plenty of opportunity to get a ‘hands on’ experience and a chance to ask any culinary questions you may have, be it about bbq or home cooking.
Sue, an award winning Home Cook, blogger, food writer and bbq enthusiast will welcome you with a sweet tasty treat cooked on the bbq.
Some of the dishes you might be helping to cook on Sue’s course:
Stuffed Pork Tenderloin
Toad in the hole
Seasonal vegetable dishes using produce from Fordmore Farm Shop
Lemon Drizzle Cake
Sticky Toffee Pudding
Dishes are just an example of what you might be cooking. Sue likes to champion local, seasonal ingredients.
Timetable for the day
9.45am – arrive for freshly bbq baked sweet treats, tea/coffee, cold drink
10.00am Start to prepare your lunch
This will involve making/kneading dough for flatbreads/focaccia
Preparing the meat dish & veggie sides
Whisking up a delicious dessert
Sitting down to eat around 1pm.
2pm (approx.) time to head for home
Drinks (hot and cold) will be available throughout the day.
Max 6 people per class.