Upcoming Events: Fayetteville Roots Festival & Williams-Sonoma in Rogers, AR

August 28, 2014(updated on December 16, 2023)
Maine blueberries

Friends, this summer has worn me down to the nubbin. I want to be posting more recipes and canning tutorials, but it seems that I can only summon the energy for giveaways and event reminders. Thank you for being patient with me. And remember, even though I’m not producing as many recipes as is my norm right now, there is a very deep archive of recipes appropriate for this time of year. I suggest the Lazy Peach Preserves and the Honey Sweetened Tomato Jam.

Now, for some event reminders. I’m on my way to Fayetteville, Arkansas right at the moment (I’m sitting in the Dallas/Ft. Worth airport as I type) and I’m doing a pair of events that are very much worth your time if you’re in the area.

Saturday, August 30
On Saturday morning, I’ll be at the Fayetteville Town Center from11 am – 1 pm, leading a massive pickle making workshop. No registration is required and the materials fee is just $5 per person. Show up and I’ll walk you through the steps of making your very own batch of refrigerator cucumber pickles. I’ll also have books for sale and signature, if you’re interested. Details here.

Sunday, August 31
I will be demonstrating my small batch jam making technique at the Williams-Sonoma in Pinnacle Hills. There is no fee for this event and it runs from 11 am – 1 pm. I hope to see some of you there!

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10 thoughts on "Upcoming Events: Fayetteville Roots Festival & Williams-Sonoma in Rogers, AR"

  • Have fun in Arkansas! My people are from just outside Fayetteville … it’s some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable, and killer produce. Woo Pig Sooie!!

  • I wish I didn’t have plans on Sunday! Fayetteville isn’t my favorite town but I love Rogers & shop there often. I hope you have a good turn out.

  • Oh Marisa, you have already shared so many recipes with us! There are still so many I haven’t had a chance to try! We just discovered your peach salsa in your first book and have already made 3 batches! It’s SO good!

  • Hi Marisa! I can’t believe you’re in my neck of the woods–I’m going to try SO HARD to come to one of those events, for sure. Holla if you need any delicious food recommendations–Fayetteville has lots of tasty options. And maybe check out Crystal Bridges if you have a free hour or two!