Pickle Classes Taking Place


KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Join master food preserver, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County nutrition educator, and professional cook Janie Greenwald as she hosts the Kitchen Class Series’ last class for the summer — Quick Pickles — from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 24 at Kingston Plaza.

The class fee is $35. Register by the Monday before the class to allow organizers to purchase supplies.

Participants will learn the boiling water bath method of preservation and the science behind safe, quick pickles and will take home a jar of what is made and canned in class.

To register, go to the website ulster.cce.cornell.edu and click on “Events.” Print the registration form for this event, and mail it with a check payable to CCEUC to Cornell Cooperative Extension Ulster County, Attn. Janie Greenwald, 232 Plaza Road, Kingston, N.Y. 12401. For more information, call Janie at (845) 340-3990, ext. 326.


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Community of Christ Church — 1485 Gilham St., 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. OSU Extension Service Master Food Preservers will be offering a pickle-making class that will include tips and tricks for making both quick and fermented pickles, an overview of everything you need for successful pickle making, including equipment, ingredients, recipes and techniques; principles of fermentation; make a jar of quick dill pickles as well as some sauerkraut to ferment at home. $30. Register at rgne.ws/11kF8aH or at the Extension Service office, 990 Jefferson St.


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