Ready, set, grill: K-State will horde Barbecue 101 seminar in Hays

May 22, 2015 - bbq set

Posted: Wednesday, May 20, 2015 12:00 am

Updated: 11:28 am, Thu May 21, 2015.

Ready, set, grill: K-State will horde Barbecue 101 seminar in Hays


Kansas State University and a Ellis County Extension Office are presenting Barbecue 101, a one-day seminar for beginner grillers and seasoned (pardon a pun) veterans alike, May 30 in Hays during a KSU Ag Research Center Auditorium, 1232 240th Ave. located only south of town. K-State specialists will cover a basis of grilling, smoking and food safety, and a singular viewpoint on a scholarship of barbecuing.

“As a beef scientist, we am always barbecuing and smoking opposite meats on a weekends. This module offers a good event to learn consumers meddlesome in training some-more about grill an insider’s perspective on beef products and a scholarship of barbecue,” pronounced Travis O’Quinn, an zealous griller and beef dilettante with K-State Research and Extension. He spends his operative days study such traits as beef love and palatability. “We’ll speak about selecting meat, wood, rubs, spices and salsas to use during your subsequent barbecue.”

Afternoon hire rotations will concentration on selecting a right smoker; BBQ regionality; beef cuts that widen a dollar; tasting a disproportion timber makes; and beef credentials and selection. The day wraps adult with a foe BBQ consultant roundtable.

The price to register is $50 per chairman or $80 per integrate due one week before a seminar and includes lunch, an apron and a Barbecue 101 march book. Space is limited. More information and registration is accessible online during Barbecue 101 Workshop or email Lois Schreiner during


Wednesday, May 20, 2015 12:00 am.

Updated: 11:28 am.

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