Seattle Area Events for Naturally Sweet Food in Jars

pantry at delancey

These events make up the last leg of my west coast book tour. Both the classes at Lepp Farm Market and The Pantry are wait list only, but there’s still plenty of space available for my Book Larder event. Hope to see you guys there!

Monday, April 18 (Abbotsford, BC)
Next, a leap to the north. I’ll be teaching a canning class at Lepp Farm Market (33955 Clayburn Road) from 7 to 9:30 pm. This class costs $77 (which includes a copy of the book) and you can register here.

Tuesday, April 19 (Seattle)
I’m returning to The Pantry at Delancey (1417 NW 70th Street) for a canning class focused on natural sweeteners. We’ll make four recipes from the book, and everyone will go home with a jar or two of freshly made preserves. The class is from 6:30 to 9:30 pm and costs $85.Register here.

Wednesday, April 20 (Seattle)
I’ll be at the Book Larder (4252 Fremont Ave. N) in Seattle from 6:30-8 pm demonstrating a half batch of the strawberry cocoa jam from the new the book and signing as many copies as I can. The event is free, but they ask that you RSVP using the form at the bottom of this page.

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8 Responses to Seattle Area Events for Naturally Sweet Food in Jars

  1. 1
    Pamela says:

    gorgeous kitchen

  2. 2
    Julie says:

    The most adorable part of the photo is the the one jar that’s half knocked over.

  3. 3
    mandy says:

    I’m diggin this kitchen, just what I would love to have. I’m curious as to what your opinion is on stacking preserved jars. It would be nice to be able to do it for space reasons and it does look pretty also. I just worry about comprimising the seal.

  4. 4
    Grand Pam says:

    We need your help in Tennessee. What type of tomatoes retain their flavor after canning as tomato pieces?
    We are getting ready to plant and need to know which variety to plant. Thank you.

  5. 5
    keto says:

    What a cool class! I’d love to have taken it if I lived closer 🙁

  6. 6
    Danita says:

    Great class and all of the canned items were delicious. I excited to try them and share jars with friends.

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