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Motor Supply Co. Bistro hosts Make Your Own Bacon workshop, Nov. 11, 2013
Gift customized local bacon this holiday season
Oct. 14, 2013 (COLUMBIA, S.C.) – In need of the perfect gift this holiday season? Motor Supply’s Make Your Own Bacon workshop helps you give them what they really want: local, sustainably farmed, hand-rubbed and custom-seasoned bacon.
On Monday, Nov. 11, 2013, 6:30-8:30 p.m., an intimate group of ticketholders will learn how to choose and pair unique flavors (from dried figs and blueberries to curry and cloves) and hand-season and rub their own customizable hunk of Caw Caw Creek Pastured Pork bacon.
Guests will enjoy a lesson in “bacon history” by esteemed Motor Supply Executive Chef Tim Peters while enjoying complimentary appetizers, beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages before Chef Peters leads the hands-on workshop.
Afterwards, attendees can cure their bacon at home in their own refrigerators with special directions from Chef Peters, or they can leave their bacon for smoking at Motor to be picked up just in time for the holidays.
Tickets to Make Your Own Bacon can be purchased here: https://makeyourownbaconnovember2013.eventbrite.com. $60/ticket includes one hunk of Caw Caw Creek bacon, complimentary beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages and appetizers. Guests can also prepare up to three additional hunks of bacon at $20 each.
November’s event will mark the fourth occasion of the popular bi-annual workshop.
Motor Supply Co. Bistro has been serving New World, made-from-scratch cuisine in Columbia, S.C.’s historic Congaree Vista since 1989. Reservations can be made by calling (803) 256-6687 or by visiting http://www.motorsupplycobistro.com/reserve.
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