Want to Learn How to Preserve Fruits and Vegetables?

On Saturday, Terhune Orchards in Lawrence Township will host a free class explaining how to can and freeze fruits and vegetables.

Tomorrow morning, Saturday, Aug. 4, will host a free class explaining how to can and freeze fruits and vegetables.

The seminar will begin at 10 a.m. at the farm on Cold Soil Road.

Registration is necessary and can be done by calling the farm store at (609) 924-2310 or sending an email to info@terhuneorchards.com.

Registrations are also being accepted for another class that will take place from 2:30 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 12. In that event, Kim Rizk, owner of Jammin Crepes and a certified master food preserver, will talk about vegetables.

Below is a news release sent out by Terhune Orchards owner Pam Mount about the two classes:  

Everyone enjoys the “farm-fresh flavor” of Terhune Orchards produce year round. Lucky for us consumers, the process of food preservation is not all that complicated.  Peaches, corn, tomatoes, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries, which are indescribably juicy and luscious, are easy to freeze or can at the height of freshness. Pick all you want and then just follow Pam's simple directions. Next winter, you'll have welcome reminders of delightful summer days spent picking-your-own at Terhune Orchards!

Learn Pam Mount’s secrets for enjoying summer's bounty all year long! Call early to reserve your place — this free class is only offered once every summer.

Can’t make Pam’s class? Food expert and cookbook author Kim Rizk, owner of Jammin Crepes, will also join us for a free session on preserving vegetables as part of our summer learning series “Everything about Preserving the Bounty of the Farm.” Rizk, a certified master food preserver, will share her expertise and knowledge about vegetables at the height of the season on Sunday, Aug. 12, from 2:30 to 4 p.m.

To register for either session, call the farm store, (609) 924-2310 or email info@terhuneorchards.com. For more tips on canning and freezing you can also visit our website at www.TerhuneOrchards.com.


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