Free Canning Demo at Williams-Sonoma at the Bellevue

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Hey Philadelphia area folks! This Saturday, June 29, I’m going to be doing a apricot jam demonstration and book signing at the Williams-Sonoma at the Bellvue (the entrance to the store is on Walnut Street, half a block west of Broad Street).

The demo starts at 1 pm and last about 45 minutes. When the jam is finished cooking, I’ll have tastes of it available, as well as books to sell and sign. I’m also planning on bringing a couple other jars of goodies from my pantry, so there will be plenty to sample and get you excited about canning up your own summer produce.

This event is totally free and I’d love to see some of you there! If you can’t come, make sure to follow the Williams-Sonoma Philly Twitter account, as they’ll be posting photos from the event.

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5 Responses to Free Canning Demo at Williams-Sonoma at the Bellevue

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    Jill says:

    This is great news! Can I ask where you bought those apricots? I live in Philadelphia and find it hard to find local fruit that isn’t expensive. As much as I love the Rittenhouse farmers market, it’s a bit pricey to buy things in bulk.

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    Leslie says:

    Enjoyed your demo today. Was visiting from SC and could not believe you were here. Been reading your blog for several yrs. Looking forward to trying some recipes from your book.

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      Marisa says:

      Leslie, thank you so much for coming today! I so appreciate you taking the time out of your trip to swing by my demo! Hope it was fun and useful!

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    Kristina says:

    I so wish we could get you to come to the Berks County area!

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    fay says:

    I recommend going to a pick your own farm for apricots. They are much less expensive and taste great.

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