Hi I’m Pam
I am a certified Master Preserver, Culinary Instructor & Home Chef specializing in all methods of Canning and Preserving. Please join me for my classes at local schools, farm kitchens, and culinary centers near you!
In addition, I can be found at local farm stands and farmer’s markets selecting the best produce of every season.. bringing them to my Westport kitchen. Thats where the magic happens in the copper pots of my small batch homemade Pam’s Jams!
2022 Canning Classes are back ! Just in time for the Spring & Summer bounty of fruits and veggies here in Connecticut
My classes run throughout the year at Pop Up Events, Cooking Schools, Restaurants, and pretty much anywhere that has a kitchen!I love teaching at many of the nonprofit Farm Kitchens to advance the movement of preserving local and organic produce- and we have fun doing it! I’m a Healthy Cooking Instructor as well, having studied Indian Vegetarian Cooking and Japanese Cooking while living in Tokyo. Everything we make in class is with your best health in mind.Eating seasonally has never tasted so good!
What do you say we Cook Up A Storm together?
As a Master Preserver, I love to teach my students to preserve real organic fruits and vegetables to enjoy year round. Whether you are interested in jams, pickles, tomatoes ,or any of the bounty from each season, small batch canning is easy to learn.
I received my certification as a Master Preserver through the Cornell University Cooperative Extension in NY State. In addition, I am a certified Nutritional Health Coach and graduate of The Institute of Integrative Nutrition in NYC.
Preserving methods include Canning, Freezing, Dehydrating, Fermenting, and Infusing. I have some great classes making delicious and nutritious recipes that with last and that have wonderful health benefits as well. My classes always cover Food Safety to assure that the foods remain perfect. My approach is with an eye towards great nutrition & cooking as pleasure- not pressure!
Canning & Preserving is Slow Food in a good way!
as Always, Food Safety is our priority…so let’s fill some jars and get started!