Eggs on the Beach – Bay Breeze Patio Presents Big Green Egg Cooking Classes, Aug. 24 & Sept. 15
Grill Master Wayne Paul hosts cooking classes in preparation for the popular Eggs on the Beach Cooking Competition, Sept. 24, at Seascape Resort
MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla.—July 29, 2016—Bay Breeze Patio, an official retailer of the Big Green Egg, will host two Big Green Egg cooking classes, Aug. 24 and Sept. 15, in preparation for Eggs on the Beach EggFest Cooking Competition, September 24, at Seascape Resort. Cooking classes will be led by Grill Master Wayne Paul and will provide tips, tricks and tools for grilling, smoking and searing foods on the Big Green Egg. Whether planning to compete in the EggFest competition or simply a backyard griller, the Big Green Egg Cooking classes offer something for every skill level.
“We’re excited about the growing interest and fan base for the Big Green Egg,” said Grill Master Wayne Paul. “We’re here to help first time Big Green Egg users as well as help EggFest cook teams up their game for the 2016 Eggs on the Beach Cooking Competition.”
The classes will begin with Big Green Egg basics, including lighting and cleaning the Big Green Egg and progress to cooking methods and advanced techniques that are possible with Big Green Egg tools. Temperature, seasonings and cooking process are all important elements in creating the most juicy, flavorful results.
The August Big Green Egg Cooking Class will be held at Fat Clemenza’s in Fort Walton Beach on Aug. 24 at 6 p.m. Cost is $30/person; $20/military; Fees waived for registered EggFest Cook Team members. The September Big Green Egg Cooking Class will be held at Whole Foods-Destin on Sept. 15 from 5-7 p.m. Sponsored by Whole Foods, the Sept. 15 cooking class will be free of charge.
For those considering entering a cook team in the Eggs on the Beach Cooking Competition, Sept. 24, a few cook team spots are still available. A large or extra-large Big Green Egg will be supplied for each cook team for the competition. In addition, Bay Breeze Patio will provide the lump charcoal, fire starter, table, tent, paper plates, plastic utensils, napkins and toothpicks. Cook Teams develop their recipe and supply their own ingredients. As an added incentive, cook teams may also apply for a $100 grocery gift card toward the purchase of ingredients. Non-profit cook teams enjoy added benefits, including waived registration fee. Tasters will vote for their favorites, and teams compete for bragging rights as well as the grand prize, a brand new large Big Green Egg. Non-profit cook teams have an opportunity to promote their cause while vying for a cash donation of either $2,000, $1,000 or $500.