Putting Up: Pressure Canning Workshop in Kittery

Putting Up: Pressure Canning Workshop

Take your canning beyond pickles and preserves at this upcoming hands-on workshop on Pressure Canning Tomatoes on Tuesday, September 24th from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, at Traip Academy in Kittery, ME. We will guide you through the basic steps of canning and processing tomatoes, while using a pressure canner. Become familiar with pressure canning, and expand your homemade pantry with vegetables, meats, and stocks!

Putting Up: Pressure Canning Tomatoes
Kittery Adult Education, Traip Academy, Kittery, ME
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
5:30 – 8:30 pm
$20, open to non-residents

Ever wonder how to preserve all those fresh summer tomatoes? This hands-on food preservation workshop will teach you the basic steps for pressure canning. In addition to receiving a “Preserving the Harvest” food preservation packet, participants will learn recommended methods for preserving foods, the latest and safest recipes, about equipment to insure safety, and how to check for properly sealed jars. Please bring a potholder.

The University of Maine Cooperative Extension’s Debra Kam and Jeffrey Benton will present from Preserving the Harvest, a series of hands-on food preservation workshops. Both have completed the Master Food Preserver Program.

Online registration (open to non-residents):
http://kittery.maineadulted.org/courses/course/pressure_canning_tomatoes

Workshop: Pressure Canning Tomatoes

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2 Responses to Putting Up: Pressure Canning Workshop in Kittery

  1. Karen says:

    Wish I was able to attend…I’m sure it would be an interesting course.

  2. Norma Chang says:

    I too wish I could attend this class.

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