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UCCE Master Food Preservers Public Class
UCCE Master Food Preservers Present -
Gifts from the Kitchen
Date: Thursday, December 4, 2014
Time(s) 6:30-8:30 p.m. (SESSION ONE - 3:00-5:00 IS SOLD OUT)
Location: South Coast Research Extension Center
7601 Irvine Blvd
Irvine, CA 92618
Class Size: 24 per session - due to space and equipment limitations
Session 1 is SOLD OUT, Session 2 from 6:30-8:30 still has spaces left. Please choose 6:30-8:30 as the time slot on the registration survey.
In this hands-on class, we will be sharing some great gift ideas for the upcoming holiday season. You will learn to make a beautiful pomegranate jelly, infused vinegars and a seasoned finishing salt.
Handouts with additional instructions and recipes will be provided. This is also a great opportunity to bring all your questions for our Master Food Preservers! The class is limited to the first 24 registrants per session. Please register and pay online by December 2, 2014. If you have any questions, please email us at: email@example.com
Join us for this class and take home three products and the knowledge to create more in your own home.
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The holidays are with us once again! It is a wonderful time to spend with family and friends for a Thanksgiving feast. It is a fun time of baking, cooking and laughing with family in the kitchen. What are you planning on having this year? And, what do you do with the leftover turkey and bones?
Besides the traditional turkey, comfort foods such as mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn bread stuffing, green beans, salads, you may want to introduce something a little different – a twist on the traditional to your family.
Best of all – when you have eaten your turkey down to the bones, it is time to make turkey stock! Turkey stock, as with any bone stock, is so good for you and can be used in so many ways throughout the year – most notably in soups. It also makes a great liquid to use instead of water when making quinoa, rice or any of your favorite grains.
It does require some time to prepare and the use of a pressure canner, but so worth it! See specific instructions at the National Center for Home Food Preservation Site.
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