Hissing and Sizzling Barbecue Brilliance 13 Nov 2022

Wed 13 Nov 2022. Booking essential

Do you want to perfect your barbecue skills? Come along to Selwyn Community Education and learn how to produce mouth watering, fall-off-the-bone meat every time you have a BBQ and the importance of rubs, marinades and accompaniments.

You will also learn a selection of fresh seasonal salads to accompany your meat dishes. Look at a variety of main meat dish and accompaniments. Participate in the preparation and cooking of the food. Afterwards, sit down for a sociable barbecue meal and enjoy the delicious dishes you’ve prepared, and enjoy a wine or beer as well. All ingredients are included in the course fee ($99) for this course. Please bring an apron and a tea towel plus a container for any leftovers. Register online. Bookings essential.



For more info visit:

Hissing and Sizzling Barbecue Brilliance


Selwyn College
203-245 Kohimarama Road


09 521 9623


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