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Pine Street Market in Atlanta - Butchery, Sausage and Charcuterie Classes

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A friend of mine, who I think has every Big Green Egg and BGE accessory known to man, speaks highly of this local market and the classes they offer on basic butchery for pork and lamb, sausage-making and curing meats (charcuterie, to use a 50-cent word).

 

Pine Street Market is in Avondale Estates, located near Decatur and just east of downtown Atlanta.  I'm looking to get some friends to attend a class with me. All classes are $100 and last three hours. Plus you get to take home some of your classwork! 

 

Cured Meat

June 20
Come join Rusty & crew for a hands-on cured meat workshop as they explain how to make salami, guanciale, pancetta, & various cured meats. Participants grind, season, & stuff their own salamis and dry cure pancetta. This class runs from 10 – 1 and includes a lunch of smoked meats, country sides, and beverages. Classes are held at Pine Street Market. Refunds are not available for missed classes.
 
Whole Hog Class With Gum Creek Farms
July 11
Get to know cuts of pork from the inside-out. During this interactive demonstration, Rusty & Asa break down a whole pig while explaining various cuts of meat and the nuances of butchery. Participants slice their own pork chops and create two pounds of signature bacon! This class runs from 10 – 1 and includes a lunch of slow roasted pork shoulder, braised vegetables and beverages. Whole Hog class attendees will take home their own pork chop and bacon. Due to the curing process, bacon is available for in-store pick up the following Saturday. 
 
Sausage-Making
July 18
Hands-on sausage making workshop. Learn about grinding, casing and cooking methods. Participants take home two pounds of their own sausage creation. This class runs from 10 – 1 and includes a lunch of beer braised bratwurst, country sides, and beverages. Sausage Class attendees will take home 2 pounds of their own hand made sausage. 
 
Cooking 101: Basic Butchery
August 8
Hands-on intro butchering workshop. Learn to breakdown a whole chicken, trim & tie a roast, and prepare a stuffed pork loin. This class runs from 10 – 1 and includes a lunch of slow roasted pork, country sides, and beverages. Participants take home the cuts of meat they created. 
 
Lamb Chop
August 22 @ 10:00 am, Avondale Estates
Learn to break down a whole local lamb, supplied by one of our favorite local farms! We’ll create not only chops, but also roasts, lamb steaks and other delicious lamb preparations. Each participant will take home their butchering efforts of various lamb roasts & steaks. This class runs from 10 – 1 and includes a lunch of braised lamb sausage, summer vegetables and beverages.  

 

The current schedule only runs into August but I'm confident they'll run more classes starting in the Fall.  

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