credit Jo Ann Santangelo
credit Jo Ann Santangelo
Pressure Canning 101: Basics of Canning Stocks
Learn how to line your pantry shelves with homemade stocks (and make more room in your freezer)! Participants will learn methods for making various stocks and safely preserving them using a pressure canner. You’ll learn proper methods for how to safely seal jars for shelf storage with ingredients that are not safe to simply waterbath can. Students will gain an understanding of how to pressure can other foods and will receive a recipe and methodology packet in class.
Oakwood Community Center, 313 Tenth Avenue, Troy, NYWhen:
Sunday, June 8th, 1-3:30pm
(the last 30 minutes is intended for an intimate time to buy a book from Kate, get it signed and simply chat with Ms. Payne before the food swap craziness!)
$30 + $5 materials fee (pays for the kitchen rental, jars, ingredients for the stock & additional materials PLUS your food swap suggested donation!!!) You pay at the door in cash or check.Registration & Cancellation Policy:
Is below. The class is open to 20 students. You are paying at the door; cash or check.
Please note, If you need to cancel, please contact Christina Davis at fromscratchclub (at) gmail (dot) com 48 hours (2 full days) prior to the time of the class. Any requests made with less than 48-hours notice will not be refunded, and we will request payment. Classes are transferrable—if you can’t make it, you may send a friend in your place!

Following the class:

About Ms. PayneKate Payne is a former nanny, after-hours poet, occasional painter, and writer. She is the founder of the Hip Girl’s Guide to Homemaking website, author of The Hip Girl’s Guide to Homemaking, and a frequent contributor to Edible Austin magazine, AOL’s Kitchen Daily, and a number of DIY, décor, and cooking websites. She teaches classes at culinary institutions across the country and regularly with Whole Foods Market. Her second book, Hip Girl’s Guide to the Kitchen (HarperCollins, 2014), launches on May 20. Please read more about Kate on her blog (http://hipgirlshome.com/) and website (http://katepayne.net/).



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