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Our favorite canning maven is back! Join Author and canning teacher Marisa McClellan for a very special event as we celebrate her newest book, Food In Jars Kitchen.
So many of us love to make jams and pickles during the summer season, but later in the year we look at our pantries and wonder, "what can I do with this?" Canning author and blogger Marisa McClellan has tackled that question in her new book, The Food in Jars Kitchen, and now she wants to show you how to bring those recipes to life. She'll show you how to put those jars of jam to work in granola, salad dressing, and as a topping for homemade pizza. Pickles will become fritters and a tasty dipping sauce. Salsa becomes an easy and delicious nacho cheese sauce. This is a class that will open your eyes to the possibilities that exist in your pantry.
Afterwards, Marisa will be on hand to sign copies of all four titles. It's a perfect time to add to your canning library!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR / INSTRUCTOR :
Marisa McClellan is a food blogger, cookbook author, and canning teacher based in Center City Philadelphia. She is the author of Food in Jars, Preserving by the Pint, Naturally Sweet Food in Jars, and The Food in Jars Kitchen. She is also the cohost of a podcast for obsessed home cooks called Local Mouthful. She has written for a variety of publications, including Fine Cooking, Taproot Magazine, and Food52. You can find more of Marisa's jams, pickles, and preserves (all cooked up in her 80-square-foot kitchen) at foodinjars.com.
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Pollinate Farm & Garden
Yolanda is a mother/wife, entrepreneur and urban farmer. An avid do-it-herselfer, she is at home at her own Oakland homestead where she and her family keep chickens, bees, and learn about permaculture principles on their large urban lot, growing much of their own food.
Yolanda is co-founder of Pollinate Farm & Garden http://pollinatefarm.com, an urban farm store and homesteading emporium located in the heart of Oakland. Pollinate carries edible nursery stock (seeds, starts, fruit trees, and perennial edibles), tools and equipment for seed-to-table organic farming and gardening. Pollinate is also a purveyor of supplies for food preserving, fermentation and cheese making, small scale livestock raising and beekeeping , including baby chicks, ducks, turkeys and bees. Through its educational outreach and local workshops, Pollinate inspires our community toward a healthier and more sustainable food system by bringing it home. Learn more by visiting http://pollinatefarm.com.