Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Peach Salsa Canning Workshop

Summer is upon us, and the arrival of heat signals the advent of fresh fruit. However, the fruit won't be around for long, and what better way to extend the flavors of the summer than through canning? During the July canning workshop we will be making peach salsa. This salsa has it all--it's sweet, tangy, spicy, and flavorful; it will also be made with local peaches.

The class costs $20 (payable in advance of the class date) and includes a print-out of basic canning instructions and the recipe, and a jar of the peach salsa. The class is appropriate for any level of canning enthusiast.
The class will take place on Saturday, July 2nd from 1:30-4:30 PM. Although the original location of the class was EarthFare's community room, due to their event on the same day, the class will be held at my house. Please email me for more information.

The class will be capped at 12 people; you must reserve your space in the workshop through purchasing a "ticket" through the PayPal link (you do not need a PayPal account to buy). Also, RSVP to me, the instructor, to let me know you're coming. Space in the workshop is not guaranteed if you have not reserved your spot. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.


radioactivegan said...

I wish I could come to this! It looks so great. Any interest in teaching classes in Washington? :)

zemmely said...

If you pay for traveling expenses, I'd love to teach in Washington! ;)
You've got the skills, Jamie--make your own canning adventures! But know, you'll be missed at the workshops.

Elizabeth said...

Maybe Jamie and I can go in on a plane ticket to get you out here ;) Lol. I wish I were in town for this one! I'm eating a jar of Trader Joe's peach salsa, which I'm sure is NOT nearly as good as what you make. I'll have to be on the lookout for some fall canning classes when I get back!