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Tomato time is one of our favorite times of the year on the farm. Now you can learn a technique to keep these late summer treats around for the rest of the year! While the summer shines, we are going to whip up a batch sweet tomato pepper jam and a savory sungold tomato ketchup. Students will learn the secret to preserving this spreadable embodiment of summer sunshine in no time, and how to can and preserve it so that it lasts long into the winter!
This class is inclusive of:
- Hands on demonstrations
- two jars of jam
- recipe card
- light snack
- Tour of the farm .
ABOUT CHEF MICHELLE WARNER
Michelle is a cooking instructor and chef who loves sharing home-cooked meals with friends. Her passion for food was born in her Aunt Caroline’s kitchen in rural Illinois, where fresh-picked sweet corn went straight into the pot and neighbors popped in for breakfasts, armed with homemade venison sausage. Early on, Michelle discovered the flavor benefits of cooking from the earth, using seasonal foods grown close to home.
Michelle’s mission is to help novices and professionals alike find confidence in the kitchen. She works as a food stylist at the Food Network and operates By-Hand Culinary, which promotes cooking classes and food events around NYC.
THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE BROOKLYN NAVY YARD FARM. DETAILED DIRECTIONS CAN BE FOUND BY FOLLOWING THE LINK BELOW.