Upcoming Classes: Mullica Hill and Chestnut Hill

June 8, 2015(updated on December 6, 2021)

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Hello friends! I have both a free demo and a class on offer this week in the Philly region and I hope to see some of you there!

The first is tonight, Monday, June 8. I’ll be doing a small batch strawberry jam canning demo at the Gloucester County Library’s Mullica Hill Branch starting at 7 pm. Because of the library rules, I won’t have any books to sell, but if you bring your own copy I would be delighted to sign it! This event is free.

Then, on Wednesday, June 10, I’m teaching my second class in my Weaver’s Way series. In this session, we’ll pickle cucumbers two different ways. I’ll show you how to make both preserved vinegar pickles and slower fermented ones in the kitchen at the Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting House. 7-9 pm. Click here to register.

As always, my complete teaching and demo schedule can be found over on my Classes and Events page. I’m also planning on adding a few more online classes to the calendar soon, so check back!

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2 thoughts on "Upcoming Classes: Mullica Hill and Chestnut Hill"

  • will you have videos available????? I am not in your area and am very interested in your lessons….

  • My favorite pickle is quite simple but delicious. I call it Old Fashioned Dill as it was my mothers and grandmothers recipe. 1 qt cider vinegar 3 quarts water and 1 cup Kosher salt. Pack cucumbers and pour the hot brine over. Then hot water bath. It can be made spicy by adding a long half of a jalapeno pepper. Be sure to add fresh dill, onion and a large garlic clove to the jar.