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Create Fall Inspired Jellies at Canning Workshop at Palgrave Community Kitchen

Nov 06, 2012



For Immediate Release    


(TORONTO, November 6, 2012)

As the holiday season draws near, don't miss this opportunity to stock your pantry with delicious homemade hostess gifts to bring to your next holiday gathering.  At this workshop hosted by Toronto and Region Conservation and Eat Local Caledon, participants will learn how to make festive mulled wine jelly from scratch.  From choosing their own wine and spices to preparation and canning this hands-on workshop will guide participants through the process of making their own jelly.   The workshop will be run by Jennifer Clark, Local Food Coordinator at Eat Local Caledon. Jennifer has been leading canning workshops for the past few years with a range of participants from youth involved in the HAYville program to adults interested in picking up a new skill and wanting to preserve their harvest.

Local wheat crackers will also be baked at the workshop and everyone will take home six jars of jelly and some crackers for their home pantry! 

When: Sunday, November 18 2012 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM

Where: Palgrave Community Kitchen, 34 Pine Avenue, Palgrave, ON

Registration: Registration is limited, click here to sign up.  All materials will be supplied.

Registration and payment prior to event is required to secure your spot.


Registration Fee: $30 per person. For more information and to register please contact or (416) 661-6600 ext. 5639. 



Toronto and Region Conservation

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