It’s a beautiful time in Tucson when the fall season rolls in and Antsy Nancy is keeping things festive this year. From 6 – 8 p.m. on Thursday, November 16, owner Heidi Yribar and the creative team are hosting a charcuterie board and sangria workshop at 5655 E. River Rd. #101.
During the class, you’ll learn tips and tricks to create a crowd-pleasing, fall-inspired charcuterie board.
“We’ll pair perfect meats, cheeses, fruits, and crackers to taste as spectacular as our board looks. Our Sangria recipe begins with mulling spices of cinnamon, cloves, star anise, and all-spice, giving this Sangria a taste you’ll fall for!”
Students who are at least 21 years old are welcome to bring their own wine, champagne, beer, etc. to enjoy during class. Please see Antsy Nancy’s BYOB policy for more details.
Attendees will learn tricks and techniques for building a charcuterie board that is aesthetically appealing, seasonally inspired, and crowd-pleasing delicious. Meats, cheeses, fruits, crackers, nuts, and chocolates are selected to taste great together and complement Fall colors and flavors.
Each attendee works with a personal-sized board, along with a generous sampling of the ingredients used during the demonstration. The best part: guests are encouraged to enjoy the demonstration board and may opt to wrap their own board to save for later.
Upon check-in, students are provided aprons and storage for personal items before visiting the handwashing station. Students will be seated in a thoroughly cleaned and sanitized workspace and given seating request preference, when available. Tools and materials will be distributed before the instructor takes the class step-by-step through the successful board execution.
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