The BIFC is JAMMIN’ this month!
We are EXTREMELY lucky to hear from Kerrie Sanson, sole proprietor and creator of Preserve, a regular at the B.I. Farmers’ Market. Kerrie got her training at Quillisascut Farmstead Cheese & School of the Domestic Arts in Rice Washington and is a WSDA Licensed Food Processor. Among her recent gigs she was a cook at Marche and executive chef at Hey Day Farm where she did a lot of the ‘back-stock’ canning to accommodate the copious amounts of produce coming off the farm. Now, through Preserve, she works with local farmers to gather the freshest produce and sustain their flavor long after the season has passed.
If you want to learn what to do with your own fruit and vegetable excess and learn more about the techniques, equipment, sanitation, and developing your own unique preserves by adding herbs and liquors, then do not miss this meeting!
As always, make sure to bring your questions for Kerrie or to talk about with the club in Fruit Chat!
And then there’s apples. Why are there so many apples? Find out what your apples are capable of at November’s meeting when Tom Mueller talks about cider making.
Bainbridge Island Fruit Club October Meeting
When – October 18, 2018 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Where – Bainbridge Island Grange Hall (Downstairs), 10340 Madison Ave NE.
See you there!