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July 8, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Are you wondering what to do with an abundance of garden produce? Join Andrea Pracht of My Kitchen Clatter and learn how to make a classic dill pickle using the brining method. Water, salt, a jar, and produce is all you need – this method works for all sorts of vegetables and fruits. As part of this class, you’ll get instructions, inspiration, and ideas. Tentative plan for this class is to be an outdoor class held at the library with social distancing measures taken as long as pandemic conditions allow. In the case that we are not able to gather in-person, this class will be moved to a Zoom webinar format.
Andrea is a wife and mother of four little boys and is dedicated to trying to feed her family a healthy diet – 90% of the time. She is a home cook, and enjoys teaching approachable classes for all skill levels. One of her teaching goals is to support people in making simple, healthy changes in their diets. Andrea believes that eating and living healthier really comes down to learning how to be in control of our food. Many changes can be easier to implement than people expect, which is why she teaches classes on the things she does in her own kitchen – including milling flour, baking bread, preserving and pressure cooking.
To register for this class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Adults who attend this class can earn an additional badge and raffle ticket by logging it in their Beanstack account for Summer Reading Club.