This summer the Ger-Nis Summer BBQ Bonanza dresses up a whole weekend in all things barbeque, shining light on new, fresh ways to enliven and enhance every grill out this season and summers to come using local, seasonal ingredients. Ger-Nis believes in the power of seasonal and homemade, transforming each and every dish toward greatness. ‘Quick & easy’ does not have to mean buying processed, ready to go condiments! With these simple preparation techniques you’ll be able to make condiments tastier and healthy again! We’ll focus on preparing staple condiments such as ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, relish and a few other classic BBQ condiment staples using the best summer ingredients and techniques for making the preparation simple, leading to the best tasting condiments. Demystify the process behind making these staple condiments, and see what it is these condiments we take for granted are actually made of! You’ll discover the magic behind fresh condiments that really are as quick and easy to prepare as they are delectable! You’ll come away knowing how to store and bottle every summer condiment for the longest possible shelf life without sacrificing flavor or including unnatural preservatives!
Recipes:Red Basil Aioli, Spicy & Mild Ketchup (fresh tomatoes) Fresh Cherry Mustard, Red Onion Nectarine Chutney
Class Type: Ger-Nis Summer BBQ Bonanza Festival, hands-on cooking class
Class Notes: Learn to store and bottle your summer condiments for optimal shelf life without sacrificing flavor!
A firm believer in freshly prepared foods, Managing Director of Ger-Nis International, Nissa Pierson, is always looking for ways to help others avoid purchasing processed foods. One of the ways to do this is showing others how simple it is to prepare condiments using local, seasonal ingredients, replacing those processed versions taking up valuable pantry space. In addition to running Ger-Nis, Nissa is a long-time culinary instructor, specializing in fresh herbs. Besides being a passionate teacher of fresh herbs, organics, & fair-trade, she enjoys spice (in food and life), good conversations and debates, kickboxing, surfing, and submersing herself in the food and cultures of the world. Contact Nissa