All In A Jar will be at ” The Kitchen ” in Alamo this Saturday Oct. 1 at 11:00 am, getting you ready for Oktoberfest. We will be making Bratwurst Sausage, Potato Sausage and to go with the sausages we will be making Grainy White Wine Mustard and Fennel Sweet Onion Relish. We will be sitting down to enjoy what we made for lunch. We still have a few spots open. Come and join us in “The Kitchen” for a fun day. See you in class.
The Kitchen at Alamo Hardware
3211 Danville Blvd
Alamo CA 94507
phone 925.837.2420 ext.313
I’m very excited about my next class. I will be at
“The Kitchen” in Alamo on Sept. 10th, 11:00am
We will be making three recipes and one of them is my favorite jar. I will be bringing some new things for you to sample for a small snack.
”Roasted Eggplant Bell Pepper Spread”
You can do so many recipes with this one jar, you can make it into a pasta sauce, stuffed manicotti, make an incredible grilled cheese sandwich, put it on cheese pizza or make it into an appetizer by placing it on some toasted baguette bread with parmesan cheese topped with fresh basil.
For those that love a great Bloody Mary, we will be making ” Bloody Mary Mix”
How nice would it be to have homemade mix on hand? Next we will be making:
“Roasted Balsamic Tomato and Caramelized Onion.” This jar is screaming put me on a steak or toasted baguette bread.
Please contact “ The Kitchen” to make your reservation for this awesome upcoming class.
See you in class
My sister came for a visit last year and found Lodi’s Certified Farmers Market not to far from my home. This market opens May 19th and runs through September 1st from 5pm to 8:30pm, every Thursday. The location is 35 S. School Street Lodi. It has the best fresh produce California has to offer. Farmers come from all over to sell their beautiful produce. Residents and visitors can also grab a bite to eat, order drinks, listen to live music, get fresh eggs, fresh flowers, local honey, organic soap and more.This is a laid back fun place to meet-up with friends or make new ones.
Last year I found a farmer with the best looking okra. I asked if I could order a box and that I would pick it up the following Thursday.
Yangs Farm (209)-354-1919 said yes, ‘call me Wednesday night’ I will pick it Thursday morning and have it set a side for you to pick up that night. I got the best buy ever 30 pounds for $40.00. I pickled it for my family. We all love pickled okra. I will be calling them this year.
A few weeks back we went to the market and found THE BEST apricots I have had in years. Once again I asked if I could get two boxes for the following week. Cipponer Family Farm (209) 669-6434 said yes, we will have two boxes set a side for you. I got 50 pounds for $50.00.They let me go home with the two nice plastic crates and said just bring them back or use them again with the next pick up. I smiled and said I like that. Very nice produce and people. I was in apricot heaven!
Farmers work so hard to provide us with gorgeous produce. So go to your local farmers markets and road side fruit stands. Help support them and eat fresh and local, which is always better. Get to know the people at the market and ask for boxes to save money and get the fresh produce you can. Cut out the middle man i.e… big stores like Safeway, Trade Joe, Raleys and Ralphs.
See you in class