It’s late summer, tomatoes are at their height, sweet and hot peppers are turning color and you might even have some tomatillos on hand. Learn how to make salsa to your taste - spicy or mild, red or green, sometimes even with fruit! We’ll use recipes tested to safely can since salsa is an acidified food product, and you’ll learn how to water bath process the jars and take some jars of salsa home. Just imagine opening a jar of your own local salsa for the Superbowl (Broncos, don’t blow it) in February!
11am - 2pm
$60 includes certified organic produce and all necessary supplies. Limited to 6 students.
You'll take home finished jars of salsa.
Cure Organic Farm Store, 7450 Valmont Road , Boulder , CO 80301 (On Valmont Road at the southwest corner of 75th) Get directions
In the event that you need to cancel, your class fee will be refunded if we can fill your spot, minus a $15 change fee.
Please wear closed-toe shoes
Bring an apron
Bring a box to take home still warm jars of salsa
- Bring a light snack if desired
About Chef Marilyn: Chef Marilyn Kakudo left a career in high tech to pursue her culinary passion. She received her Food & Wine Certificate from Cook Street School of Fine Cooking in Denver and continued her wine education with the International Wine Guild, also in Denver. She held culinary and pastry teaching positions at both Cook Street and Culinary School of the Rockies (now Escoffier Boulder). Her restaurant career included pastry cook at Q's in Boulder, pastry chef and then manager at Breadworks bakery in Boulder, chef and hospitality manager at Grand River Ranch outside Kremmling, and Pastry Chef at the Magnolia Restaurant, Lafayette, Colorado. Chef Marilyn is a long time advocate of cooking, baking and eating seasonally, locally and healthily, and even more so, happily!
Questions? Please email us.