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Upcoming Events: Headhouse Square! New York! Arkansas! Atlanta!

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Hello canners! I have some fun news. After a month of sticking close to home and offering just a handful of classes and events, I’m headed back on the road a bunch in August and September. Mark your calendars for my free events and sign yourself up for my classes. I so look forward to seeing some of you there!

Sunday, August 7 (Philadelphia)
You’ll find me at the Headhouse Square Farmers Market with my friend and fellow cookbook author Emily Paster. We’ll have tasty samples of things from our new books (Emily’s is Food Swap!) and will have copies of our books on hand for sale and signature.

Monday, August 8 (Sewell, NJ)
I’ll be at the Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library for a canning demo from 7-8 pm. I’ll show you how to make a batch of the Gingery Plum Jam from Naturally Sweet Food in Jars and will have books on hand for sale and signature. The event is free, but you can reserve your spot by registering here.

Saturday, August 13 (Millersville, PA)
I’m headed out to Lancaster County for a morning canning class at Homefields Farm. This hands-on class is from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. We’ll work together to make a batch of Plum Jam with Vanilla and everyone will go home with a small jar. The class fee is $15 and you can register here.

Friday, August 19 (Amaganesett, NY)
This particular Friday, you’ll find me teaching a hands on canning class at Amber Waves Farm. We’ll make tomato jam, dilly beans, and quick pickled cucumbers. All students will go home with jars of preserves made that day. The class is from 3-6 pm. $150. Register here.

Saturday, August 20 (Great Barrington, MA)
I’ll be spending a morning at the Great Barrington Farmers Market, demonstrating how to make small batches of honey-sweetened jam, I’ll have copies of my books on hand for sale and signature and a few jars of jam ready for sampling. Look for me between the hours of 9 am – 1 pm.

Sunday, August 21 – (Hillsdale, NY)
In this demo-style canning class, I’ll feature two seriously delicious recipes from Naturally Sweet Food in Jars. We’ll make Caramelized Red Onion Jam (sweetened with maple sugar) and Peach Rosemary Glaze (sweetened with honey).  at Hillsdale Home Chef. 2:30-5 pm. $65. Register here.

Wednesday, August 24 (Chestnut Hill, PA)
I’ll be back at the Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting House with the team from Weaver’s Way Co-op for the final class in our summer preserving series. In this one, we’ll make Easy Tomato Salsa and will talk all about safely canning tomatoes. 7-9 pm. Register here.

Saturday, August 27 (Fayetteville, AR)
I’ll be offering a canning and preserving demo at the Fayetteville Roots Festival. 2 pm! More details to come!

Saturday, September 3 (Decatur and Atlanta, GA)
11:15 – 12 noon, you’ll find me at demonstrating at the Decatur Book Festival. After the demo is over, I’ll be signing books! Then, from 3 to 4:30, I’ll be at Atlanta Botanical Garden, teaching a demo-style class. Registration info here. So much fun in a single day!

Sunday, September 4 (Chattahoochee Hills, GA)
I’ll be at the Bosch Experience Center in Serenbe for a five course Prepared Pantry Dinner. Every course of the meal is based on a recipe from Naturally Sweet. Thanks go to Lyn Deardorff from Preserving Now for making this event happen! 4-7 pm. $75 (which includes a copy of my new book). Get your tickets here.

Tuesday, September 6 (Nashville, TN)
I’ll be teaching a demo-style class at Green Door Gourmet. More details to come!

Saturday, September 10 (Philadelphia)
I’m returning to Greensgrow to teach a class that is focusing in on canning tomatoes. We’ll make honey sweetened tomato jam and talk about to ensure that your preserved tomatoes are safe and delicious. 12-2 pm. $35. Register here.

After that, I head to California for a handful of events. I’m still nailing down all the details, but here’s where you’ll find me!

September 15 – Pacific Grove, CA! Canning demo at Happy Girl Kitchen. More details to come!
September 17 – Healdsburg, CA! Canning class at The Shed. 1-3 pm. Details here.
September 18 – San Francisco! Fort Mason Farmers Market. More details to come!
September 20 – San Francisco Public Library. More details to come!
September 21 – Oakland, CA! Canning demo and book signing at Pollinate Farm & Garden. 6:30-8:30 pm. $17.50. Sign up here.

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Upcoming Events: Philly, Carlisle, PA, and Harvest on Henry Festival

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Upcoming events!

October 14, Philadelphia
I’m teaching a sauerkraut class at the German Society of Pennsylvania tonight 7-9 pm. Everyone will make their own quart jar of sauerkraut to take home with them. Class fee is $15 and you can register by emailing librarian@germansociety.org. More details about this class can be found here. I believe the class is full, but I know there was a waiting list, for any of you who feel moved to see if you can get in on a spur of the moment jar of sauerkraut.

October 15, Carlisle, PA
On Wednesday, I’m heading out to the center of Pennsylvania to do a canning demo at the Farmers on the Square market. I’ll be there from 3-5 pm and will have books on hand for sale and signature. I’m also happy to sign books you already own, so if you’re nearby and you’ve got copies, bring them with you!

October 18, Philadelphia
Canning demos and book signing at the Weaver’s Way Farm at Saul HS Harvest on Henry Festival. I’ll do a couple of demonstrations and will help judge the pie contest! More details can be found here. The festival runs from 1-5 pm and is open to all.

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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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