Homemade Jam Workshop

Learn how to make jam from scratch with this workshop in Petaluma.



2 hours Class size 1 to 4     label $75
Anyone who's had homemade jam knows how delicious it tastes compared to preserves you find in stores. If you've always wanted to learn how to make jam from scratch, this class in Petaluma will have you stocking your pantry in no time.
This is an intimate class where you will get hands-on guidance from an expert with LALA's Jam Bar, who will show you the basics of how to make jam from LALA's kitchen.
You'll learn how to prepare the fruit and the jars for preserving your jam. If you've been intimidated about hot water processing or food safety, your teacher will put you at ease while showing you how to do everything step by step. Even complete beginners will feel confident replicating recipes at home.
Anyone looking for engaging cooking classes or fun things to do in the Bay Area will appreciate this informative and laid-back workshop. At the end of your time, you'll leave with a jar of delicious jam and the knowledge to make preserves on your own.
Knowledge required
Beginner-friendlly
 
What you'll get
One jar of jam you made during the class, an apron (Mason Jar Star logo on front with big red star) to take home and a basic jam recipe
 
What to bring
No requirements
 
Suitable for

Suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 10 years old).

An adult must accompany any attending kids. The adult may observe at the class for free.

This experience would also be a fun gift for her, gift for mom or gift for couples.

Location

720 E Washington St, Petaluma, CA, 94952 USA

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Your teacher
LALA's Jam Bar and Urban Farmstand

Meet LALA!
In 2014, I needed to do something new. As a child, my Scottish grandmother had taught me to make jam, and I'd continued making jams for friends and family as an adult. "Why not start a little jam business?" I thought. Why not, indeed. The State of California had started a new program - Cottage Food Operators - where certain foods could be prepared in home kitchens and sold to the general public. Mountains of paperwork later, I set up a card table in my front yard and sold my jams to neighbors passing by. In 2015, I expanded into my garage. Another year went by with many mistakes and bumps as I began the wholesale road. Business improved and my husband and I bought a 1930's cottage and remodeled it into a commercial kitchen and retail store.

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