Master of the Craft with Daniel Robert
Join us on October 27th at 1 PM in the Rouses Culinary Innovation Center by Jenn-Air to learn the craft of making New Orleans, Delta and Mexican style hot tamales by the Southern Food and Beverage Museum’s Curator of Meat Sciences, Dan Robert. This class will show every step involved in making this historical product. Join us for this rare opportunity to learn to make your own hot tamales at home!
Cost: $65 per person ($60 for SOFAB members and $25 for culinary students with school ID). Class size is limited to 30 people, so buy your tickets early!
Admission to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum included in the ticket price. This is a hands-on class. Please dress accordingly as you will be handling meat and working with grills and smokers.
About the Chef
Our Curator of Meat Science Programming, Dan Robert was raised in a family that owned a meat processing plant, and learned the craft from a young age including the procurement of quality livestock, harvesting and processing from the cattle and hog pens to the smokehouse. After obtaining a degree in Food Science with a concentration on meat from the University of Missouri he worked for 25 years with the USDA as a food safety inspector meat grader.
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