TODAY'S HOURS: 8 AM – 6 PM

*Last entry is an hour before closing

TODAY'S HOURS: 8 AM – 6 PM

*Last entry is an hour before closing

Preserving the Harvest: Introduction to Pickling

Click here to register now.

Discover the age-old art of pickling as a method of preserving seasonal produce. Sample a variety of delicious, homemade pickles as our instructor introduces the basics of ingredient selection, brine characteristics and pickling techniques. Then get hands-on to create easy refrigerator pickles using classic pickling cucumbers. You’ll leave with your batch of homemade—er, Garden-made—pickles and the inspiration and resources to explore further in your own kitchen. Registration includes Garden admission for the day—we encourage you to explore the Garden before and after class!

Saturday, July 6, 2024 (10:00am-12:00pm)

Registration closes July 3.

$42/Adult or $36/Member Adult

Materials: All materials provided.

Location: Check-in at Botanical Research Institute of Texas building / Park in main lot

Instructor: Michelle Cappo is a Master Food Preserver, an Advanced Master Food Safety Advisor and a Master Wellness volunteer affiliated with TAMU’s AgriLife Extension Service in Tarrant County who is passionate about teaching safe food preservation techniques. You can learn more about the Master Wellness Volunteer Program at https://agrilife.org/mwv/ or by emailing the Tarrant County Extension Service office at tarrant-tx@tamu.edu.

Inclement Weather: N/A

**An email with class details will be sent to all registered guests the day after the registration deadline. To be sure our emails always make it to your inbox, please add the FWBG.org domain to your email whitelist. (Click here for a quick how-to)

Date

Jul 06 2024

Time

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Preserving the Harvest: Introduction to Pickling

Date

Jul 06 2024

Time

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Click here to register now.

Discover the age-old art of pickling as a method of preserving seasonal produce. Sample a variety of delicious, homemade pickles as our instructor introduces the basics of ingredient selection, brine characteristics and pickling techniques. Then get hands-on to create easy refrigerator pickles using classic pickling cucumbers. You’ll leave with your batch of homemade—er, Garden-made—pickles and the inspiration and resources to explore further in your own kitchen. Registration includes Garden admission for the day—we encourage you to explore the Garden before and after class!

Saturday, July 6, 2024 (10:00am-12:00pm)

Registration closes July 3.

$42/Adult or $36/Member Adult

Materials: All materials provided.

Location: Check-in at Botanical Research Institute of Texas building / Park in main lot

Instructor: Michelle Cappo is a Master Food Preserver, an Advanced Master Food Safety Advisor and a Master Wellness volunteer affiliated with TAMU’s AgriLife Extension Service in Tarrant County who is passionate about teaching safe food preservation techniques. You can learn more about the Master Wellness Volunteer Program at https://agrilife.org/mwv/ or by emailing the Tarrant County Extension Service office at tarrant-tx@tamu.edu.

Inclement Weather: N/A

**An email with class details will be sent to all registered guests the day after the registration deadline. To be sure our emails always make it to your inbox, please add the FWBG.org domain to your email whitelist. (Click here for a quick how-to)