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Rick Nichols Room, Reading Terminal MarketPhiladelphia, PA, United States

Canning Crash Course: Fall Fruit Chutneys with Food In Jars

Tuesday, October 29, 2013, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Rick Nichols Room, Reading Terminal Market, 51 N 12th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
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Spice up your pantry with this class on seasonal fruit chutney with Marisa McClellan of Food In Jars! Learn how to choose local produce, how to spice your recipe, and the basics of water bath canning so you can have your own flavor-packed chutneys all year round. We'll also be featuring some pairings of local cheeses and samples of other chutney recipes from Marisa's renowned blog and cookbook -- great info for the upcoming holiday entertaining season! Attendees will take home a jar of their very own chutney and all the knowledge they need to can these delicious recipes at home.

Light refreshments will be served along with generously donated beer from Victory Brewing Co.

Attendees: Please enter the Market through the door on Filbert just east of 12th Street at Chocolate By Mueller. 

About Marisa McClellan

Marisa McClellan is a full-time writer, teacher, and blogger at Food In Jars. She is the author of Food in Jars: Preserving in Small Batches Year-Round (Running Press 2012). Her writing appears regularly on The Food Network, Saveur’s website, Table Matters, and in Food 52′s Small Batch series. Born in Los Angeles and raised in Portland, Oregon, she now lives in Philadelphia with her husband, Scott.

About the Fair Food Farmstand

Located in the Reading Terminal Market, the Fair Food Farmstand carries a wide variety of products from more than 90 sustainable farms and food producers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, including urban farms within the city of Philadelphia. We emphasize local and artisanal foods from small-scale farms and producers, like humanely and pasture-raised meats, poultry and eggs; organic and specialty fruits and vegetables; and raw milk cheeses.

Launched in 2003 to increase access to local food, the Farmstand offers the product mix of the best farmers markets with the convenience and accessibility of a grocery store. The Farmstand is open 7 days a week year-round, providing a steady wholesale market to our vendors and demonstrating the agricultural bounty of our region.

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