Naturally Sweet Food in Jars Book Tour – West Coast Edition

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Friends! My new book officially comes out tomorrow (though in reality, it’s been shipping for the last two weeks), and so I thought it was high time to walk through the details for the first installment my west coast book tour (I’ll be doing a second swing in September). It starts on April 6 and runs through April 20. Please do sign up for the classes, mark your calendars for the free events, and come out to say hi!

Wednesday, April 6 (Los Angeles)
I’ll be in Santa Monica, at the Gourmandise School of Sweets and Savories, for a farmers market walk, with a canning demo and tasting to follow. We’ll meet at 9 am at 3rd Street and Arizona. This event is free, but requires registration in advance.

Saturday, April 9 (Santa Cruz)
I’ll be at Chefworks (1527 Pacific Avenue) from 1-4 pm, demonstrating recipes from the new book and signing any books purchases. This event is free.

Monday, April 11 (Half Moon Bay)
Come see me at the New Leaf Community Market in Half Moon Bay (150 San Mateo Road) starting at 4 pm for a canning demo and book signing. No pre-registration is required and it’s a free event.

Tuesday, April 12 (San Francisco)
I’ll be at 18 Reasons (3674 18th Street), co-teaching a canning class with the delightful Shakirah Simley, Canner-in-Residence for the Bi-Rite Family of Businesses. We’ll make two recipes from my new book, and there will be a goodly amount of hands on involvement. The class starts at 6:30 pm and costs $55-65. Register here.

Wednesday, April 13 (San Francisco)
I’ll be at Omnivore Books (3885 Cesar Chavez Street) at 6:30 pm, demoing a half batch of strawberry cocoa jam, and signing books. There will be samples and they will be delicious.

Thursday, April 14 (Berkeley)
Join me for a Meet and Greet at Books Inc. (1491 Shattuck Avenue) in Berkeley. We’ll have jam samples for tasting and I’ll be available from 3:30 until 5:30 to answer all canning questions.

Friday, April 15 (SW Portland)
Come out for a demo-style class at The Cakery (6306 SW Capitol Highway), from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. The $30 cost of the event includes a copy of Naturally Sweet Food in Jars. Sign up by calling 503-546-3737.

Saturday, April 16 (Beaverton)
You’ll find me at the Beaverton Farmers Market (12375 SW 5th Street) from 10 am to 1 pm. I’ll be demoing continually and will have books on hand for sale and signature.

Saturday, April 16 (SE Portland)
Later that same day, join me for a hands-on natural sweeteners canning class at Portland Homestead Supply from 3-5 pm. The class costs $45 and you can register here.

Sunday, April 17 (Eugene)
At 11 am, you’ll find me at Down to Earth’s Olive Street (532 Olive Street) location for a canning demo and book signing. It’s a free event and a good time will be had by all.

Sunday, April 17 (Portland)
That evening at 7:30 pm, I’ll be at the main location of Powell’s Books (it’s something of a dream come true), having a conversation with fellow food writer Ivy Manning. There will be a book signing to follow. More details here.

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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5 responses to “Naturally Sweet Food in Jars Book Tour – West Coast Edition”

  1. I am fortunate enough to have a dozen of these jars that I purchased at an estate sale. Now I need some of the newly-released jars to go with them.

    I made strawberry preserves for the first time last year and my family went crazy over them. They would look so good in these jars!!!

  2. Gosh, I was so excited to see you were coming up to Abbotsford – I checked my work calendar, and I was free, then I clicked to register and it was full 🙁 Darn! Clearly I am not the only Canadian fan. Can’t wait to get my copy of your new book.

  3. On your second tour leg, I hope you make a stop in Pittsburgh! I already have the book but would love to stop by anyway 🙂

  4. Hi Marisa, I entered your contest to possibly win a paring knife and a stainless steel canning ladle that Villagers carries in their store. I never heard of Villagers until your blog. My husband and I travel to Ashville occasionally to visit Builtmore. I will make it a MUST the next time we travel to Ashville to visit Villagers while there. Thank you for posting this information.

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