In Ancient Greece, hurling an apple at someone was a symbolic declaration of your love. If your would-be paramour caught the apple, it was a sure sign of requited romance.
Well, we've been catching heirloom apples by the barrel, and we want to pitch the pomaceous love at you! Sign up for Rachel's apple butter and jelly class in the State Bird Provisions series to catch a parcel of pippins.
Class Topic: The Versatile Apple: We will explore the many uses of the apple, and answer questions like: Why are apples so important to jam making? What is jelly and how is it made? What is fruit butter and how is it made? Learn how to add spices and liquor to preserves just in time for cozy autumn.
Date & Time: Sunday, 8/26; 10am - noon. Classes are primarily demo-style, but may incorporate a minimal amount of hands-on work.
Location: State Bird Provisions, 1529 Fillmore Street between Geary & O’Farrell (415-795-1272)
Cost and materials: $105 per class. Each student takes home 2 jars of jam, plus handouts. Snacks and tea/coffee provided.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to delve into fruit butters, jellies, and jams with one of the country’s foremost jam experts!