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Holiday Gifts - DIY Preserve Class

Uploaded: Oct 20, 2022

Food Partiers!

This virtual class looks delicious. Why not give fun, edible-homemade gifts this year, instead of just more stuff?

Spice Up Your Holiday Food Preserving Kitchen
Tuesday, November 1st
4PM - 5PM
Online - Register here
Free!

Spice up your holidays with tasty gifts from the kitchen. Learn favorite recipes from the Master Food Preservers - special and spicy home-preserved gifts to make now and enjoy safely later.

The Master Food Preservers of San Mateo and San Francisco Counties share research-based recipes and mouthwatering suggestions on DIY entertaining this holiday season.


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