I’ve got a couple big book tour trips coming up in the couple weeks. I’ll tell you more about my West Coast plans on Monday, but today, I want to focus on my stops in Columbus, OH, and Pittsburgh, PA (because they are rapidly approaching)!
Wednesday, June 11
I’ll be at The Seasoned Farmhouse in Columbus, OH, teaching a mid-day class that includes lunch. I’ll be demonstrating four recipes from Preserving by the Pint and sharing some tips on how to incorporate preserves into your everyday meal prep. The class starts at 11:30 am, costs $75 per person, and the fee includes a copy of PbtP (I’ll also have a few copies of Food in Jars on hand, in case someone wants to pick one up). As of this writing, there are still seven open spots in this class. Click here to register.
If you can’t make this class but want to get a signed copy of the book, please do leave me a comment. I will be in town until Thursday afternoon and would be happy to make arrangements.
Saturday, June 14
I’m starting my weekend in Pittsburgh with a small batch canning demo and book signing at Farmers @ Firehouse. I’ll be there starting at 9 am and should be around until 1 pm. Later that day, I’ll be at the Pittsburgh Canning Exchange’s Rhubarb Social from 7-10 pm at Marty’s Market. Read more about the event here and get your tickets right here.
Sunday, June 15
Sunday afternoon, I’m teaching a canning class at Legume Bistro at 214 N. Craig Street from 1-3 pm. We’ll make pickles, I’ll demo a tiny batch of jam, and a good time will be had by all. The class fee is $35. Get your ticket here.
Monday, June 16
I’ll be at the East Liberty Farmers Market from 3:30 to 5 pm, answering canning questions and selling/signing cookbooks.
Then, from 6-8 pm, I’ll be at the Squirrel Hill branch of the Carnegie Library to give a talk and sign books (we’ll also have copies on hand for sale). To register for this event, visit this site and fill out the form.