Classes at The Pantry at Delancey in Seattle and an Event at the Book Larder

rhubarb/sugar/rosemary
Every time I announce my class schedule, I hear from bunches of you that you wish I could come and teach a class in your town. This summer, I’m going to be doing a bunch of traveling and teaching as a way to help promote my book and hopefully, I’ll be able to make a few of your wishes come true.

The first firmed up, official book-type dates I have to announce are those in Seattle in early June. On Sunday, June 10 at 11 am, I’ll be at the Book Larder, doing a canning demo and book signing.

Then, on Monday, June 11 and Tuesday, June 12, I’ll be at The Pantry at Delancey, teaching a pair of identical classes that will feature four recipes/canning skills. We’ll be making gingered pickled sugar snap peas, slightly spicy pickled asparagus, rosemary rhubarb jelly (you can see the jam version of that recipe above) and strawberry vanilla jam. Those classes are filling up fast, so make sure to reserve your spot soon.

For those of you who don’t live in Seattle, I’m also currently working on events in Portland, Eugene, San Francisco, LA, Austin, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, DC.

If your city isn’t on the list and you want me to come to your town, let me know. Because I’m funding this tour entirely on my own, what I’m trying to do is schedule pairs of paid classes and free events everywhere I go so as to help cover costs. If you can help me find ways to make that work, I’d love to hear from you.

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58 Responses to Classes at The Pantry at Delancey in Seattle and an Event at the Book Larder

  1. 51

    I wish you could come over here to teach! How would you like to travel over here to Oahu Hawaii and set up some classes. I have just started on my canning journey and would love some assistance. (A 16 year old can only learn so much from reading theory.)

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    rose says:

    I would love to find out when the Portland ones are. I would be there in a heartbeat!

  3. 53
    Donna Quintero says:

    I am near San Francisco, and I would love to attend your class I have pre ordered your book on Amazon

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    Cynthia lupo says:

    Hi
    We are setting up some canning demos at a veggie garden run by Master Gardeners, at the Bartlett Arboretum in Stamford, CT…
    I would love to get The Ball Co to donate a canning kit for a door prize, do you have a contact you might share with us?

    I looked at their website and got nowhere

    Love your blog, and a were thosebinduction burners at the outside tomato canning session? We want to have the events in the garden…and I was eying my Coleman camp stove thinking it would take forever to boil a lotta water with that baby…

    Best
    Cynthia l

    • 54.1
      Marisa says:

      Cynthia, I do use induction burners for my demos, but I actually used butane burners for the canning pots at the outdoor events, because the induction burners don’t work with those giant pots. If you have a smaller stock pot that will work with induction, it really is the way to go for demos, though. For the Ball contact, could you shoot me an email at foodinjarsATgmail.com. I’m reluctant to post my contact’s email address here.

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