The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs // (c) 2010 musegirl05 / Flickr.com
The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs // (c) 2010 musegirl05 / Flickr.com

Everything tastes better when barbecued. But not all  food cooked on a grill or smoker is equal. Or so says Steven Raichlen, PBS TV host and cookbook author.

 

The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs // (c) 2010 musegirl05 / Flickr.com
The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs // (c) 2010 musegirl05 / Flickr.com

To really learn how to master food cooked outdoors you need to study, eat, and then eat some more.

Raichlen, who has studied the history and culture of barbecue and eaten all things grilled for more than 20 years is bringing his considerable talents to the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo., at the resort’s annual BBQ University ™.

Great grilling is first on the agenda, along with golf aciphex generic over the counter (three courses), spa treatments and shopping. All that will make you hungry — for barbecue of course. And after graduation and when you are showing off your skill you can show them your graduation certificate from the five-star, five-diamond resort.The BBQ University ™ package includes accommodations for three nights, three days, welcome reception, daily continental breakfast; daily barbecue luncheon; graduation photo with Steven Raichlen and a diploma from BBQ University ™.

The Details
The package starts at $1,996.50 per person, based on double occupancy. Sessions are scheduled June 5 to 8 and June 9 to 12, but book early, the class sells out each year

The Broadmoor
866.837.9520
www.broadmoor.com

 

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Carol promoted Los Angeles as a vacation destination for 18 years while working for Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board. Additionally, she did public relations for Australia and Guam as visitor destinations while working at Aviso Public Relations. Prior to entering the public relations field, Carol was a travel journalist. She received numerous Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Awards from the Society of American Travel Writers while she was Travel Editor of the Los Angeles Daily News. Also, she served as Managing Editor of The Black Convention, a magazine showcasing the meetings and convention industry. Her articles also appeared in Family Circle, La Opinion and Vacations Magazine. Her favorite international destination: Tahiti because it is beautiful and the country hasn’t (for the most part) altered customs and traditions to accommodate visitors. Her current travel goal: visit all 50 states. Most recent addition: Alabama. It is very close to her new home: Spring Hill,