Eager To Preserve Your Harvest? Learn To Do It Safely and Enjoy Your Summer Bounty All Year Long!
Using what’s fresh in the farmer’s market that week, we’ll create 4 – 6 different recipes such as a sweet peach jam and a savory peach chutney. And the best part? We’ll all take home a pint jar of each finished product. Participants will work in teams to prepare the produce and get hands-on experience with both hot water bath and pressure canning. Jars, lids, and produce will all be provided and are included in the cost of the class.
Our three class series takes advantage of the variety of fresh fruits and vegetables each month.
Saturday August 29, 2009
Time: 10am – 2pm
Location: St. John United Lutheran Church, 5515 Phinney Ave N, kitchen entry is on the west side lower level
Cost: $20, please bring check or cash to the event
Class #2 Saturday September 19, 2009, same time, place, cost
Class #3 Saturday October 17, 2009, same time, place, cost
The Food + Health Guild of Sustainable Ballard would like to thank St. John United Lutheran Church for making their kitchen available.