Happy New Year

What a wonderful year we had here at All In A Jar. So much fun with students coming to classes. The garden provided us with a lot of wonderful produce to work with. We are very excited about the 2020 garden as it is coming in strong. We will have a lot to work with this year. 

I have worked on the class calendar for 2020.

 We have pickles, jams, jelly, scrubs, chutney, pie filling, fermented pickles, fermented cabbage, fruit leather, marmalade and relish. Please take a look at the recipes and let me know if I missed something you would like to learn. 


All In A Jar wants to wish you and yours a Happy New Year!

Let it be safe, fun and full of laughter. 

See you in class

2 thoughts on “Happy New Year

  1. Hi Penny & Glen! I noted your photo of the black eyed peas and have to ask: Was this random, or were you showcasing that Southern tradition of black eyed peas and collard greens on New Years Day? I was with some friends and learned of this tradition only yesterday. It is believed to bring you financial prosperity in the coming year. The beans represent “coins” and the greens represent “paper dollars”. It was DEE-LISH! Happy New Year, and see you soon.

    • Hi,
      Yes, black eye peas are for good luck. We have them every year on New Years day. Glen just asked, why don’t we have them more often. They are delicious. Looking forward to seeing you. I will have some black eye peas for you.
      Take care,

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