THE LOCATION FOR THIS CLASS HAS CHANGED.
THE NEW LOCATION IS:
130 SIRINGO RD. (East of St. Francis)
With all the fruit harvests this year, you might be a wee bit overwhelmed! Come learn how to preserve these foods and make jams and jellies. Interested? Read on!
Sunday, Sept 22nd
12 noon to 2 pm
What happens when we have a bountiful fruit year or when a friend stops by with a few pounds of fruit? If you’re not into crushing grapes with your feet-make jams and jellies! Even if you’re diabetic, you can preserve your own tasty, healthy treats.
Jam, jelly, butter, marmalade, preserve, or conserve–what are they? Is pectin always necessary, and what kind should you use? What sweeteners work? Is it OK to seal jars with wax like Grandma did? This workshop explores these questions and more!
Most of us don’t have root cellars today, but we have modern equipment and ingredients that extend shelf life and make exciting new recipes possible that Mom & Grandma only dreamed of. Tired of that boring grape and strawberry jam the supermarket sells? Attend this workshop and discover a whole new world of tasty fruit spreads!
Instructor: Teri Buhl
Location: 130 Siringo Road (just east of St Francis) • Santa Fe
Fee: $5 for members/$10 for non-member
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