Sugarfire Smoke House sandwich

You can learn how to cook from Sugarfire's top chef next month. 

You can support kids in your community just by learning how to make some delicious barbecue, thanks to an upcoming event from Sugarfire Smoke House

The popular St. Louis-based barbecue chain has teamed up with Operation Food Search for Operation Barbecue, a virtual cooking class led by Sugarfire’s award-winning executive chef Matt Glickert. Glickert will lead attendees through a demonstration of a full meal including chicken, shrimp and vegetable kabobs, creamy lemon-herb coleslaw and grilled Yukon gold potato salad.  

Tickets for the May 13 event are $65 for two adults or $100 for a family pack that serves four people, and each ticket includes virtual event access plus ingredients to make the meal, available for pickup at five area Sugarfire locations. Beer pairings, including a four-pack of 4 Hands City Wide, are also available for $12. 

The event will specifically benefit Operation Backpack, OFS's program that sends food-insecure children home with weekend meals. 

Operation Barbecue will take place on Thu., May 13 from 7 to 8:30pm. Tickets are available for purchase on OFS's website