University of Maryland Extension

Howard County Grow It, Eat It, Preserve It Workshop-Jams & Jellies

When: 
Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Where: 
University of Maryland Extension, Howard County
Address: 
University of Maryland Extension
3300 N. Ridge Rd
Suite 240
Ellicott City, MD 21043
United States
Event Type: 
Presenter: 
Family & Consumer Sciences Educator Karen Basinger
Description/Notes: 

For years, USDA approved canning techniques classes and workshops have been taught to our Maryland communities. With the growing demand in this area,  these classes/workshops are now an integral part of Grow It Eat It program developed by University of Maryland Extension. 

The food preservation classes are intended to provide a hands on learning experience for beginners and advanced canners.  This course is aimed at introducing the food science principles of high and/or low acid foods to be preserved, as well as the knowledge to safely can to prevent botulism.  For our advanced canners this class provides them with the updated science,

Tuesday, August 4
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Jams and Jeliies
In this session, we will be discussing the types of jellied products that can be made at home,
the ingredients needed, the necessary equipment and supplies, and the basic steps of water bath canning and freezing. resources, and tools that may not have been available when they first started canning.

 

Registration Deadline: August 1, 2015

Registration cost is $25.00, for the first workshop, and $15.00 for each additional workshop. All classes are limited to 12 participants. No refunds will be given after registration deadline. Register by mail or in person at the Extension office at the address below. Payment must
accompany registration.

Check payable to:

Howard County EAC
Mail to:
Grow It, Eat It, Preserve It Workshop

Cost: 
First Class is $25 and $15 any additional class
Contact: 
Karen Basinger
Contact Email: 
kbasinge@umd.edu
Contact Phone: 
410-313-1908
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