Join food historian Sarah Lohman at the OSH hearth for a NEW campfire cooking class! Sarah will teach you how to make a delicious meal over an open fire with little to no equipment. These techniques are great to learn if you’re hiking out to a campsite and want to pack as little as possible, or if you’re just starting to experiment with open fire cooking and don’t want to invest in a lot of tools.
We’ll cover four basic techniques for cooking without equipment: Hanging, stick roasting (it ain’t just for marshmallows), cooking directly on coals, and wrapped foods. Over the course of three hours, we’ll make a breakfast of stick roasted bacon, bread and eggs; we’ll string-roast or whole chicken or leg of lamb as well as some fruits and vegetables; we’ll make flatbreads and roast meat directly on the coals; and even try a toasted cheese raclette.
No previous experiences is necessary and advanced fire cooking students will also learn something new. Tickets $55 available through The Brooklyn Brainery