Tickets include a signed copy of Preservation Pantry and a jar of preserves to take home.
When Sarah Marshall started her Portland-based hot sauce business, Marshall’s Haute Sauce, she noticed that too much of her produce was getting thrown away. To combat this waste, she decided to make it her mission to learn creative uses for food parts that have normally been tossed aside. Now, with Preservation Pantry, she shares simple and delicious recipes for preserving fruits and vegetables long beyond the season's bounty. To celebrate the release of her first book, Marshall will teach a canning class at Providore, demonstrating two complementary recipes that make use of every bit of the vegetables she chooses, from roots to tops. Attendees will take home jars of seasonal vegetable preserves and a signed copy of Preservation Pantry, along with bushels of new canning knowledge. The class is limited to just 15 participants, so don't delay!
SARAH MARSHALL is the creator of Marshall’s Haute Sauce. Her sustainable, farm-to-table approach has led her to develop recipes for The Walrus and The Carpenter, Jacobsen Salt Co., Bee Local Honey, Portland Creamery, and Union Wine Company. She teaches cooking and canning classes and is a member of the Portland Preservation Society and Le’ Dames