Barbecuing, like painting, usually entails the use of a brush, a master’s touch, and the building anticipation to eat your finished product. Enjoy the Picassos of the pit with this Groupon.
$79 for a Five-Hour Competition-Level Barbecue Class ($175 Value)
During five-hour classes, students learn how to smoke eight types of meat, including tender pulled pork and flavorful beef brisket. Afterward, students sample classic barbecue sides and enjoy a full meal of sausages, beans, corn bread, and salad. Check class availability here.
Big Ed's Buzzard BBQ Inc.
After two decades spent perfecting his secret barbecue recipes on friends and family, Ed opened Big Ed's Buzzard BBQ Inc. to bring his sauce-slathered brisket, pulled pork, and St. Louis–style ribs to the masses. Today, the barbecue master piles plates high with eight styles of smoked and spiced meat, and his chefs fashion multicourse meals full of saucy barbecue, homestyle sides such as honey-jalapeño corn bread, and desserts including peach cobbler.
Meals can be enjoyed at home or onsite at get-togethers. The shop caters a full range of staples for private events, including whole-hog roasts, pintsize sides, and binding agreements to kiss the cook. When he's not cooking, Ed can be found teaching competition-level classes, where he spends five hours covering barbecue basics.
I have been grilling and BBQ'ing for decades. But I learned so much from Ed, that I feel like a beginnerRichard M., Yelp, 7/19/12
The food was amazing and the instruction and tips he gave on how to cook the meat was invaluable.Kristen F., Yelp, 9/30/12
“great food, great class!!”
“Ask questions and don't be afraid to smoke a few cuts of meat before the class so you have some experience, however, complete beginners benefit greatly as well. Great...”
“Ask questions and don't be afraid to smoke a few cuts of meat before the class so you have some experience, however, complete beginners benefit greatly as well. Great class by great people!”
“great class. definitely worth it.”