SO EASY TO PRESERVE AND CAN LOCAL FOODS
When your garden overflows with fresh produce and the farmers’ market explodes into rows of brilliantly colored fruits and vegetables, it’s time to join in the flavorful tradition of preserving good food. This food preservation class will cover how to can in a hot water bath and which foods should be canned using a pressure canner.
Pressure canner lids will be tested for accuracy as part of the program.
Participants will make and preserve a jar of peaches to take home as part of the class. Jeanne Darling and Amy VanAlstyne from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County will teach this class.
Event: So Easy To Preserve: Canning Local Food
Date: Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Time: 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Location: St. James Episcopal Church, St Hwy 28 (55 Lake Delaware Dr), Delhi, NY
Registration: Register by July 27 by sending $10.00 to Cornell Cooperative Extension, 34570 State Highway 10, Suite 2, Hamden, NY 13782 or call 607 865-6531 to pay by credit card. Registration for the class may need to be limited due to size of teaching facility.
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FOOD PRESERVATION INFO SHEETS
Preserving Fruit Pie Filling
Preserving Jelly, Jams, Spreads
Preserving Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines
Preserving Quick Process Pickles
Preserving Snap Beans
Preserving Sweet Corn
Canning Fruits and Vegetables
Canning Fruits and Vegetables - Handy Reference Sheet
Freezing Fruits and Vegetables
Freezing Fruits and Vegetables - Handy Reference Sheet
Drying Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs, and Meat Jerky
Drying Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs - Handy Reference Sheet
Drying Meat Jerky - Handy Reference Sheet