Jul 26 2012
Saving the Season: Tomatoes
Institute of Domestic Technology
the Institute of Domestic TechnologyPresents:

Saving the Season: Tomatoes

A 1-day workshop exploring all things tomatoes

Crushed Canned Dried Powdered Pasta Chutney Bloody Mary’s

$195 {includes a rustic tomato-themed farm lunch, beverages, ingredients and supplies}Saturday, September 8, 2012   10am – 4pm

The end of summer means the end of tomato season. But we don’t let that stop us! We’re talking home-grown, heirloom and vine ripe, not those tasteless Franken-matoes that you can get year round. Here at the Institute we once again have  Saving the Season  author Kevin West as our tour guide to discovering how to preserve, transform and enjoy the bounty of Southern California’s tomato harvest. This full-day, hands-on workshop held at the Institute headquarters on the grounds of the historic Zane Grey Estate in Altadena, will prepare you to “put up” summer’s bounty. From drying and canning, to pasta making and powdering, we’ll set you on your way to preserving the late summer’ness of real tomatoes until next year!

Each participant will be sent home with their very own swag bag filled with the creations they’ve made throughout the day and a custom instruction manual with recipes and a resource guide.


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