Cooking Class at Whole Foods

Wednesday August 28th,
join The Farmer’s Feast for a cooking class hosted by Whole Foods
Preserving the Harvest
Methods & Ideas for Putting Up Summer’s Bounty
including a
Canning Basics Primer

Learn safe, manageable waterbath canning methods

for a variety of late-summer garden vegetables!

Chef Kathryn Yeomans, a professional chef & master food preserver with over 25 years of experience, will guide the class through full canning demonstrations from start to finish, giving time-saving tips, addressing safety concerns of various preserving methods, & offering creative uses for your pantry of home-canned products.

The class will begin with the basics – an overview of waterbath canning equipment, process, & technique. Then we’ll explore methods of putting up an abundant garden harvest of tomatoes & delve into salsa recipes, unique condiments, & pickled cucumbers. Each class participant will leave with a wealth of canning knowledge, & a jar of preserves.

The details:
Preserving the Harvest – Canning Class
Wednesday, August 28th
5 p.m – 7 p.m
Location: Whole Foods Freemont – 3535 NE 15th Ave, Portland, OR 97212
Cost: $15
For more information, or if you have inquiries, please contact Chef Kathryn
wildeats@msn.com
Sign up for the class here:


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About Kathryn LaSusa Yeomans

By offering Sage Culinary Advice, The Farmer's Feast assists Farmers' Market shoppers in making the most of their purchases, and helps vendors realize the culinary possibilities of their products. We create culinary education programs at Farmers' Markets. Through food preparation and cooking demonstrations, recipes focusing on technique, samples, stories and free advice, we're encouraging people to cook more often, from scratch, with market-fresh ingredients. Our goal? To cultivate domestic culinary arts. Once you've tasted the Farmer's Feast - glistening local produce, pastured meats, artisan cheese, wild seafood, rich nuts, grains and legumes - and see how easy cooking this bounty can be, you'll be hungry for fresh. Visit The Farmer's Feast on Facebook / E-mail wildeats@msn.com
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