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DIY Hot Sauce

  • Eden Hall Campus, Dairy Barn Cafe 6035 Ridge Road Gibsonia, PA, 15044 United States (map)

Explore the spicy world of pepper preserves and pickles as we make and taste multiple different types of hot sauce. Using locally sourced peppers, we will discuss the fundamentals of flavor building and the framework on which to create a tantalizing universe of spicy tastes.

Participants will learn about the different kinds of hot sauce bases, the variety in flavor profile of peppers, and just how much spice they can handle! Each participant will leave the class with three different bottles of their own personally-crafted hot sauces, recipes, and the knowledge to make more hot sauce at home. Casual to "Can't Get Enough" Pepperheads welcomed! 

Note: If you'd like to pay for this event with cash or check, please email craft@chatham.edu or call 412-365-1118

Chatham Alumni receive a 10% discount! Use code ALUMNI at checkout.


Instructor:

Oliver Pinder is an avid foodie and pepperhead. Raised on the Caribbean Island of Trinidad and Tobago, home to a great deal of the world's hottest naturally occurring peppers, and to a mother with a super tolerance for the spicy, his predilection for heat and flavor was inescapable. He is a student of the the Master of Food Studies program here at Chatham University and a cook.

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