Monday, April 26, 2010

Everything's Coming Up Roses

The spring planting season is just beginning, but already it's time to consider what you'll actually do with those piles of tomatoes and zucchini. (Hey, you can only make so much pasta sauce.) Enter the ever-useful Purdue University Extension Office, which is offering several upcoming classes in its Master Food Preserving Program.

Classes include:
  • Food safety and freezing food (June 2)
  • Boiling water process (June 11)
  • Pressure canning (June 17)
  • Pickling and drying foods (June 21)
  • Jams and jellies (June 23)
Classes run 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Scott Hall on the Johnson County Fairgrounds. Cost is $150 (or $125 through May 3); the registration deadline is May 24. Individual classes are $30 each, but only if space is available after full-course registrations.

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