Workshops & Events

Felton Farmers' Market
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
3:30pm
Tomatoes are at their peak glory in the summer months, so canning them now is the way to preserve their freshness and flavor to enjoy in the winter months. There’s several ways to can tomatoes, but we’ll walk you through our favorite method, using the water-bath canner to create quarts of canned tomatoes that can be enjoyed all year round. This class is a brief overview and is free. Check out our paid intensive tomato canning class below.
Canning Tomatoes
Sunday, August 25, 2019
11:00am
$35/per person
Mountain Feed & Farm Supply
Tomatoes are at their peak glory in the summer months, so canning them now is the way to preserve their freshness and flavor to enjoy in the winter months. This class covers the process of water bath canning tomatoes from fruit selection, to equipment selection, recipes and processing instructions. 
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Summer Condiments
Sunday, September 8, 2019
11:00am-1:00pm
$35/per person
Mountain Feed & Farm Supply
Condiments, with their concentrated flavors, make ordinary meals sparkle. Made at home and preserved with the water-bath canning method, they are a great way to preserve seasonal produce and limit the use of artificial sweeteners and food additives. You’ve never tasted ketchup till you make your own, and zucchini relish is what to do with those bountiful summer squash! Plus, jars of homemade condiments make great gifts! Join us for a deep dive into the world of summer condiments and food preservation basics.

Felton Farmers' Market
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
3:30pm
Apple sauce is a childhood favorite that isn’t just for kids; it’s a healthy snack that does not need any added sugar to be delicious and food safe. Applesauce can be made into fruit rolls, or substituted for eggs or butter in baking recipes. Come and learn how to make and utilize this food for all ages. Apples for all! This is a free class held at the Felton Farmers' Market

Felton Farmers' Market
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
There’s a lot to love about the stalwart squash; versatility, keeping quality, nutrition. We’re excited to share this- Fermented Winter Squash Chutney recipe with you, for a probiotic squash chutney that adds a bit of zesty fermented flavor to the bright orange flesh of winter squash. Make it in a mason jar, and keep it out on the counter as it ferments, to spice up fall and winter dishes. We’ll discuss the basics of lactic-acid fermentation, tips and tricks and troubleshooting for all kinds of fermented foods. This is a free class.

Refunds on classes will not be given without 72 hours notice.