Elderberry Syrup & Fire Cider Class & Kit

01/29/2022
- 02:00 pm

Elderberry Syrup & Fire Cider Class & Kit

January 29, 2022
2:00pm - 3:30pm

Learn how to make some time-honored herbal tonics that have been traditionally used to boost your immune system! Join Joan Jach, owner and farmer of Old Town Flowers CU, as she shares her favorite recipes for Elderberry Syrup and Fire Cider. Funding for this class is provided in whole or in part by the Illinois Department of Agriculture's Illinois Specialty Crop Block Grant program, awarded to The Land Connection and in collaboration with Common Ground Food Co-op. The virtual Zoom class is free to attend but class participants have the option to preorder a class kit to make during the class with the instructor. This $30 Meal Kit includes everything you need to make elderberry syrup and fire cider including local honey, dried elderberries, horseradish root, ginger root, garlic, onion, apple cider vinegar, cheesecloth, and other herbs and spices.

 

Register below to attend the free Zoom class on Saturday, January 29th from 2-3:30pm.

 

Registration closed

 

About Instructor: Joan Jach

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a child, I was always outside: building forts, picking flowers, watching animals and communing with Mother Nature's spirit. I try to reclaim that feeling of complete wonder in my art and my products. My work runs a broad line between the cultivated and the wild, the well-planned success and the successful fail, the grit of real and magic of make believe. Whatever you find in my work, I hope it makes you feel full of wonder.


Upcoming Perennial Class Series

  • FEBRUARY 27th at 2pm - Torte & Jam with Local Plums with Heidi Leuszler

  • MARCH 19th at 2pm - Fruit Leather: Preserving and Snacks… All in one! with Jeff Hake

  • APRIL 23rd at 2pm - Perennial Cocktails and Simple Syrups with Liz Sands

  • MAY 28th at 2pm - Asparagus & Rosemary Quiche with Hazelnut Crust with Sarah Buckman

Funding for this series is provided in whole or in part by the Illinois Department of Agriculture's Illinois Specialty Crop Block Grant program, awarded to The Land Connection and in collaboration with Common Ground Food Co-op
 
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