Can Your Own Produce

I have to say I’m living my dream. My garden is overflowing with produce. I have been canning up a storm. Yesterday I canned Fig Jam, Pepper Jelly, Eggplant Preserves, Roasted Tomato Sauce and dehydrated Crook Neck Squash. I hope you are having a bumper crop year too. Did you know All In A Jar can help you with your produce. No sense of wasting it. We can preserve it to have for future use. 

 

If you have a large quantity of your own fruits or vegetables that you would like to use for  canning, please contact All In A Jar to set up a private session. The class will cost $35.00 per person, and you will leave with all of the jars that you produce. This class requires two or more people. All In A Jar will provide all of the necessary tools and knowledge for the class.

For private classes you will:

-bring your own ingredients
-bring your own jars

You will learn two different recipes specific to your ingredients.
You will spend three hours with Instructor Penny Porter learning about canning.

I will be there to guide you through every step and provide you with an appropriate recipe that will make your fruits and vegetables shine! If other ingredients are required I will discuss this with you upon scheduling your class.

Note:  All ingredients and tools are supplied by All In A Jar for regularly scheduled classes.

I’m Listening

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I love coming up with new recipes. I have a few students letting me know they want to learn how to make mustard. I have a few mustard recipes I make but, I wanted to come up with something I had never made. So yesterday I played in the kitchen and came up with two new mustard recipes. My husband is favoring one over the other. Not that he didn’t like both. He just loved the one. He said we need some bratwurst sausages. The one he loves is Wasabi Mustard. It has a little kick to it. The other is Apricot Nectarine Mustard. When I was making the Apricot Mustard I was thinking about roasted pork, sweet apple sausage and making it into a glaze for grilled meats and vegetables. I was thinking of the wasabi mustard on sausages and fried fish sandwiches. Let me know what you are interested in learning next. Think of something and be creative!
Check the class calendar; it goes to September 20th and I have a few mustard classes up and I will be adding the wasabi mustard in the fall. I need to find a spot to put the Apricot Nectarine Mustard before the apricot and nectarine go out of season. You can have a private class( a minimum of four students) to get the recipes you want, as long as the produce is in season.

See you in class