August Class dates changed to Thursday 26 and Saturday 28.

This is going to be a great class. Please sign up as soon as you can.

We will be making my new Blackberry BBQ Sauce that is wonderful on grilled chicken, ribs and steak.

Tomatillo relish: this relish can be used on tacos, enchiladas or on grilled sausage.

Thyme Fig Jam: with a hint of thyme this jam is great with roasted meat or on a hot biscuit.

Apple Fig Chutney: this chutney has warm spices that goes great with roasted meats.

For the meal we will be sitting down to, Flat bread pizza and a salad. For dessert, we will have an

ice cream sundae.

The first two students that sign up for this class will receive two jars of the Blackberry BBQ Sauce.

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New Classes

Wow, I can’t believe it is mid February. Time moves fast around here at ” The Farm .”  So much has been done. It is  hard to sit inside and work on the computer. I have been waiting for a rainy day. It has not rained in weeks and we don’t have any coming in the near future. This is why you haven’t heard from me in a while. The garden is coming along nicely. We have three more fruit trees: Peach, Plum, and Nectarine. We have blackberries, blueberries and the raspberries are waiting for the bed to be made. We have something to eat out of the garden every day. I have seeds starting to germinate inside and waiting for the weather to warm up to be planted. Please check out the up coming classes on the page called ” Up coming Classes 2018. ” Come and enjoy a class and a tour of the garden. I’m sure we will be eating something from the garden for  lunch.  All In A Jar is very fortunate that ” The Kitchen “, the gourmet Ace Hardware store in Alamo has asked me back for a few classes.

I  look forward to having you and a friend  here at ” The Farm.”

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I love Berries. This year has been wonderful for berries. I have been finding them at Safeway, Sprouts, and Walnut Creek Produce. Despite the drought, they are tasting amazing.  When I find them at the right price I buy several packages and place them on a cookie sheet ,then put them into the freezer for one hour. After the hour, I place them in freezer bags writing how many cups of berries with the date too. At this point I will have berries in the freezer to play with in the winter. This is a great way to preserving food until you can get to it.

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