Preserving Apples [F-23-36]

Presenter:Maria (Flip) Filippi
Location: Cornell Cooperative Extension Farm
Classes: 1 Session 2.0 hours
Dates: Tue 10:00 AM 10/17

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In this Harvest Kitchen workshop, participants will learn more about the diversity of apples and their unique traits, along with two preservation methods: water bath canned applesauce, and dehydrated slices. All ingredients and supplies will be provided.

Since 2010, Flip Filippi has co-operated the community farm LittleGrasse Foodworks in Canton. In her position as Local Food Program Leader at Cornell Cooperative Extension, she is dedicated to serving people all along the food chain: from farmers looking to create value-added products, to schools seeking local options for their menus, to consumers eager to access foods produced in the region and to gain the confidence to use them in their own kitchens.

Special Instructions:

The Cooperative Extension Farm is on State Highway 68 in Canton.

Cap: 15

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