Reckon Creates: Canning & Food Preservation with Trace Barnett
For his first class, author and chef Trace Barnett is taking us back to the basics, starting with canning. This staple of grandmothers’ pantries is a time-honored method of food preservation. It’s not just for pickles n’ peaches, though. Trace walks us through the best practices of making sure you’ve got healthy produce on hand, even when the power goes out.
The class will be held in July 28th on Zoom at 6 pm.
With each ticket purchased, you will be shipped the following:
- 12 Ball Pint Canning Jars with Canning Lids
- 1 1.75 oz Sure Jell Premium Fruit Pectin
- 1 Copy of Tracing Roots: A Modern Approach to Living Off the Land by Trace Barnett (a $27.95 value)
After registration, you will receive an email with link information for the Zoom class. In addtion to the items we provide you will need
- Dry measuring cup
- Liquid measuring cup
- Large pot
- 2 large bowls
About the Host: Trace Barnett
Trace Barnett is the founder of The Bitter Socialite. A culinary and lifestyle blog that features creative and unique content about living a beautiful, well-balanced life while juggling a tight budget and a hectic schedule. Readers find easy, seasonal recipes, DIY projects, entertaining ideas, gardening tips, useful household how-to's, decor, and much more. A popular guest on several television shows, Trace makes regular appearances on both "Good Day Alabama" on FOX 6 WBRC, and "Talk of Alabama" on ABC 33/40 in Birmingham. In Nashville, "Talk of the Town" on Newschannel5 WTVF. In Tupelo/ Columbus/Oxford, he appears on WLOV "This Morning" and WTVA "News at Noon."
In Atlanta, both Good Day Atlanta and Atlanta and Co. Trace was a finalist on The Next Food Network Star on Food Network. He was also a finalist on Food Network’s series Comeback Kitchen. Trace is the author of, Tracing Roots.Tracing Roots is Trace’s debut book, focused on taking a modern approach to living off the land. A culinary journey through the seasons, the recipes emphasize using ingredients at their peak.
Trace's entertaining tips, gardening ideas, recipes, and DIY projects have also been featured in Good Grit Magazine, Birmingham Magazine, Alabama Magazine, Food Network Magazine, Foodnetwork.com, Southernliving.com, Stylehomepage.com, AL.com, Newsweek, County Living, Alabama Gardener, Tennessee Gardener, Virginia Gardener, Oklahoma Gardener, Mississippi Gardener, Kentucky Gardener, Arkansas Gardener, Georgia Gardener, and Louisiana Gardener.