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Summer Cook Class: Preserving Green Chilies

Uploaded: Aug 20, 2023

Food Partiers!

I have been traveling in Alaska enjoying freshly caught fish

Fireweed margaritas

Birch syrup cobbler

And Moose Turd Pie of course!

While feet and head returns to California, wanted to share information about an upcoming class on preserving green chiles with UC Master Food Preservers of San Mateo and San Francisco Counties.

Preserving Green Chiles
Thursday, Aug 24th
4pm PST Online
Click here to register.

Chile pepper harvest is coming and the season is short, so you’ll want to stock up now on this New Mexico favorite. Learn how to find the chiles locally; how to safely prepare and store them for year-round use; and how to use safe, up-to-date recipes for canning red or green salsa and more.

- from Creative Common photos

- photos by LSIC unless noted
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