Last fall, I did a canning demo and book event at The Brooklyn Kitchen (a ridiculously awesome culinary store in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn). Much to my delight, they’ve invited me back to teach a slew of jam classes throughout this summer.
Each class features two styles of jam making. I demo a batch of jam made with Pomona’s Pectin, while class participants break up into groups and get hands on with a small, pectin-free batch of jam. In the June classes, we’re working with strawberries. In July, we’ll transition to apricots and in August, it’ll be all about plums.
It’s a fun class with plenty of take-home treats. If you’re in the New York area, I’d love to see you in one of these sessions! Just click on the date that works for you to sign up!
Thursday, June 13, 6:30 pm
Tuesday, June 18, 6:30 pm
Saturday, July 6, 2 pm
Thursday, July 18, 6:30 pm
Wednesday, August 7, 6:30 pm
Sunday, August 25, 2 pm
YAY! I love Brooklyn Kitchen. I’m going to try to sign up for a class. It should be fun. 🙂
Any chance you’re planning a hang-out for Brooklyn blog readers before or after any of these classes? I don’t need to take a class, but it would be fun to meet you!
Dory, I didn’t have any plans to do so, but it sounds like a fun idea!
I will be in Brooklyn Mon-Thurs. I won’t have time to take your class but would love to stop in if there is a meet and greet before class.
Sure hope you’ll be coming to Portland this summer… any luck?
I am so excited! Yesterday I made the strawberry vanilla jelly recipe….delicious!