August 20, 2014

Learn Canning and Preserving At Pennington Farmers Market

August is Canning and Preserving Month at the Pennington Farmer’s Market. The market is located at Rosedale Mills, 101 Route 31 in Pennington and is open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Visitors can learn how to preserve the summer’s bounty and try some local salsa, jams, and sauces. Available for purchase are fresh plums, peaches, apple butter, sweet corn, sunflowers, bread pudding, homemade granola, tea, vegetables, breads, sauces, wine, meats, dairy products, desserts, crafts, creams and lotions, and others — all produced within 50 miles of Pennington.

The August 23 vendors include: Beechtree Farm, Chickadee Creek, Fulper Farms, Hopewell Valley Vineyards, Hoppin’ Good Salsa, Judith’s Desserts, Kerr’s Korn, Lincoln Creek Smokehouse, Sacred Roses, Seeds to Sew, Stace of Cakes, Terra Momo Bread and Camella Sauces, and live music by Jeff Griesemer. The local Sierra Club chapter will be visiting with information about the People’s Climate March, happening in New York City on September 21.

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