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Upcoming Events: New York! Washington, DC! Lancaster!

Honey sweetened peach jam! Freshly made and ready for tasting at the Ambler Farmers Market!

I’m off on vacation until Wednesday afternoon, but when I get back, the classes and events are coming hot and heavy straight through to the end of summer. Here’s where I’ll be over the next couple of weeks.

July 31 – New York
Preserving stone fruit at The Brooklyn Kitchen, Manhattan location. I hear there are just a few spots left in this class, so grab yours today! Click here to register.

August 2 – Washington, DC
Canning classes at the US Botanic Garden. Pickles from 10 am – 12 noon and tomatoes from 1-3 pm. I know for sure that the tomato class is sold out, but I haven’t heard about the pickles class recently.

August 3 – Washington, DC
Demo and signing at the Dupont Circle Farmers Market, 10 am – 12 noon. No registration is necessary and I’ll have a stack of books to sell and sign.

August 3 – Washington, DC
Demo and signing at Del Ray Variety, 3-5 pm. Get your tickets here!

August 5 – Philadelphia
Tomato Canning class with Weaver’s Way Co-op, 7-9 pm. We’ll call whole peeled tomatoes and everyone will go home with the pint jar of tomatoes that they peeled and packed. Click here to sign up.

August 7 - Philadelphia
Demo and signing, Clark Park Farmers Market, 3-5 pm. Totally free and open to all. Hosted by The Food Trust!

August 8 – Lancaster, PA
10-11:30 am – Canning class at Fillmore Container. Click here to sign up!
1-3 pm - Demo and signing at the Le Creuset Outlet. No registration required!
5:30 – 7:30 pm – Canning class and signing at Lemon Street MarketClick here to sign up.

 

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Preservation Dinner at High Street on July 22

High Street course 1

Back in May, Chef Eli Kulp and I decided to team up for a series of dinner at High Street that would feature seasonal preserves. The first dinner was on June 3 and was a riot of delicious courses that all highlighted fresh, seasonal preserves. The second dinner in our series is Tuesday, July 22 and with summer produce beginning to reach its zenith, it is going to be well worth attending.

(The pictures in this post are from that June meal. Please forgive the focus issues, the room was quite dim).

High Street course 2

The way the night works is that you come in, get settled at a table and order a drink if you so desire. Sometime after the first course is served, I’ll come around to your table to say hi and see how you’re doing.

Soon after the second course shows up, I’ll say a few words about canning, preserving, and some of the delicious things that are currently in season. I’ll have copies of Preserving by the Pint with me and am also entirely delighted to sign copies you already own.

High Street scallops

The cost is $25 per person (plus beverages, tax, and gratuity). The menu will be released at 12 noon, the day of the meal and service begins promptly at 9 pm. Reservations are highly recommended, and you can make them by calling (215) 625-0988.

And if you can’t make the dinner next week, mark your calendar for September 30. That’s the night of the final dinner, which

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Upcoming Events: Plymouth Meeting! Chestnut Hill! Devon! And More!

There are three signed and typo-corrected copies of Preserving by the Pint at Main Point Books! Go get 'em!

I have another busy couple of weeks of classes, demos, and signings! Here’s where you’ll find me!

July 14
I’ll be at the Plymouth Meeting Whole Foods Market at 6 pm, demonstrating a batch of honey sweetened apricot butter with lavender. It’s one of my favorite recipes from Preserving by the Pint and I think you’ll like it too! Sign up by emailing Genevieve.Greco@wholefoods.com or calling 610-832-0010.

July 15
I’m teaming up with Weaver’s Way Co-op for another preserving class at the Chestnut Hill Friends Meetinghouse. The class is from 7-9 pm. Click here to sign up.

July 16
I’ll be at the Devon Whole Foods Market from 2-4 pm, making a batch of stone fruit jam from Preserving by the Pint and signing books.

July 21
I’ll be making a small batch of jam at the Media-Upper Providence Free Library at 7 pm and will have some books with me to sign and sell!

July 22
A preserves-focused dinner at High Street at 9 pm. Call (215) 625-0988 to reserve your seat.

July 23
I’ll be at the Collingswood Library at 6:30 pm, making a small batch of plum jam and answering canning questions. Book signing to follow!

July 24
Small batch canning demo and book signing at the Clark Park Farmers Market in West Philadelphia from 3-5 pm.

July 24
Canning class in the new, gorgeous teaching kitchen at the central branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia at 6 pm. Click here for more details and to register.

July 31
Preserving stonefruit at The Brooklyn Kitchen’s Manhattan location. Click here to register.

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Thursday Night at the Free Library of Philadelphia

At the main branch of The Free Library.

Dear Philly-based readers! I am going to be doing a presentation (in conversation with my wonderful editor Kristen Green Wiewora) at the Central Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia on Thursday night (that may well be tonight when you read this post). The talk starts at 7:30 pm and should be quite fun.

I’m really excited about this particular event, as all the truly wonderful authors who come through Philadelphia gives talks and readings from the exact same stage. I am delighted and humbled that the library event planners have seen fit to invite me to be part of their author series and I do hope some of you will come!

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Upcoming Events: Philly! Ambler! Bryn Mawr! Chestnut Hill!

I just signed all the copies of my book at  the Powell's on Hawthorne! Go get 'em!

I got back to Philadelphia last Thursday and have since been trying to catch up with life. There has been a goodly amount of unpacking, doing laundry, grocery shopping, and catching up with friends, family, and my endlessly patient husband. I get to stick around Philadelphia for the next ten days or so and will be offering classes, demos, and book signings at a variety of spots around the region. Come out and tell your friends!

July 10
My editor Kristen Wiewora and I will be having a conversation about Preserving by the Pint at the Central branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia at 7:30 pm. The event is free and will be followed by a book signing. More details here.

July 12
In the morning, I’ll be at the Ambler Farmers Market from 9 am to 1 pm with books for sale and signature. I’ll also be demoing batches of honey sweetened stone fruit jam at 9:30 and 11:30 am.

From 2-4 pm, I’ll be at Main Point Books in Bryn Mawr with samples of jam and a pen, ready to sign copies of Preserving by the Pint.

July 13
You’ll find me at the Saucon Valley Farmers Market in Hellertown, PA from 10 am to 12 noon, doing a jam demo and selling/signing books.

July 14
I’ll teaching a demonstration class at the Plymouth Meeting Whole Foods Market from 6-8 pm. Come check out all my small batch tricks and have a taste of jam. Sign up by emailing Genevieve.Greco@wholefoods.com or calling 610-832-0010.

July 15
I’m teaming up with Weaver’s Way Co-op for another preserving class at the Chestnut Hill Friends Meetinghouse. The class is from 7-9 pm. Click here to sign up.

 July 16
I’ll be at the Devon Whole Foods Market from 2-5 pm, making a pair of recipes from Preserving by the Pint and signing books.

For the rest of my summer signings, classes, and demos, make sure to check out my events page.

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Book Tour: Eugene, Seattle, San Francisco, and LA

This is my second palmful of raspberries today. Portland May well be paradise.

Raspberries that I picked from my parents’ back yard. Having access to their garden is such a treat.

Friends! I am still on the west coast and have a number of book events still to go. I thought I’d do a quick reminder about the demos and classes I’ve got on the books over the next week or so.

Monday, June 23 (Eugene)
I’ll be at Down to Earth in Eugene (532 Olive Street) from 2-4 pm. There will be a demo. There will be books. There may even be cake, as this event is in conjunction with the store’s 37th anniversary celebration. It’s a free event and fun will be had by all.

Wednesday, June 25 (Seattle)
I’ll be at the Book Larder (4252 Fremont Ave. N) in Seattle from 6:30-8 pm demonstrating a recipe from the book and signing as many copies as I can. The event is free, but they ask that you RSVP using this form.

Thursday, June 26 (Seattle)
I’m teaching a four preserve class at The Pantry at Delancey. I believe that the class is currently sold out, but it never hurts to get on the waiting list.

Saturday, June 28 (San Francisco)
From 12 noon to 1 pm, I’ll be doing a book signing at the CUESA classroom at the Ferry Building (you’ll find me under the white tent at the front of the building). Books will be on hand for sale! More details can be found here.

Sunday, June 29 (San Francisco)
I’ll be at Omnivore Books from 3-4 pm, demoing a tiny batch of honey sweetened strawberry jam, and signing books. There will be samples and they will be delicious. Please come!

Tuesday, July 1 (Los Angeles)
My very last stop on this tour will be at The Gourmandise School of Sweets and Savories in Santa Monica. I’ll be teaching a free demo-style class from 2-5 pm and will have books on hand to sign. Click here for more details and to sign up!

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