RESCHEDULED: Workshop: Preserving the Local Harvest

  • February 15, 2020
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • The Suppers Kitchen, corner of 518 and 601 (Great Road), Blawenburg, NJ (For GPS use: 1693 Great Road, 08504)
  • 24

Registration

THIS WORKSHOP IS RESCHEDULED FOR MARCH 15


Workshop to learn how to preserve the bountiful harvest from our local farms & land, led by Master Food Preserver Kim Rizk, Co-Founder & Owner of Jammin’ Crepes

In this hands-on workshop you will learn fun and fast ways to preserve the local winter harvest. Kim Rizk completed her Master Food Preserver certification from Cornell’s Agricultural Cooperative Extension and will introduce you to preserving techniques that range from lacto-fermentation and quick pickling to hot water bath canning.

“What we know and believe is that whatever is freshest is usually the most flavorful, nutritious and bountiful. As there is only so much of each crop that we can cook and enjoy during its season, preserving is a way to keep the bounty of available produce” says Kim. In this workshop we will work to understand and develop the best preservation methods for a few winter crops. Recipes include fermented carrots & brussel sprouts, pickled winter squash & canned spiced apples.

Please contact Terri if you have any questions.

View our cancellation policy here.

Registration for this Workshop closes 2 days prior to the event.

Guest registration is not available for this event. Each participant must register individually.


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