Lunch and Learn: Preserving Meat
Date: October 7, 2013
Time: Noon - 1:30 p.m. (CENTRAL time)
Location: Iron County (WI) Courthouse, 300 Taconite Street, Hurley, WI 54534 (Located on Highway 51, with helicopter and tank in front)
Contact: Lucia Patritto, 906-663-4045 or 1-888-MSUE-4-MI (select 2, select 1, select 46432) or e-mail email@example.com
This Lunch and Learn session will focus on safely preserving meat. We will discuss canning meat from the pasture, as well as wild game. We will also discuss making jerky safely. This session takes place on Tuesday, October 08, 2013, from noon to 1:30 p.m., (CENTRAL time) at the Iron County (WI) Courthouse, and is part of the monthly Safe & Healthy: Food Safety and Preservation series (see entire series list below).
It is jointly sponsored by Gogebic County MSU Extension and Iron County University of Wisconsin Extension. The Lunch and Learn will originate on the campus of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and be transmitted to attendees by computer web connection. MSU western Upper Peninsula Extension educator Lucia Patritto and Iron County UWEX educator Andrea Newby will be available to answer canning and other food preservation questions following the webinar. Participants are invited to bring lunch or a snack, as they wish. There is no charge to attend, but registration would be appreciated so that seating can be arranged.
Please call UW Extension at (715) 561-2695 or MSU Extension at (906) 663-4045 to register. After hours callers may leave their name and the number of people attending. Safe & Healthy: Food Safety & Preservation 2013-2014 Lunch & Learn Iron County Courthouse, Hurley 12 noon – 1:30 pm CENTRAL time October 8, 2013 Preserving Meat - Fall is a good time to focus on preserving the abundance of pasture and field. We will talk about canning meat and wild game, and making safe jerky. November 5 Food Safety & the Thanksgiving Meal - Thanksgiving is a time for families to gather together. Join us for the latest food safety guidelines and tips for a successful meal. December 10 Keep Food Safety in Mind at Holidays - Whether you are hosting a party or sharing food-gifts with family and friends, there are some important food safety guidelines to keep in mind.
(No session in January 2014) February 11, 2014 Chocolate! - What better time to focus on chocolate and other sweets than Valentine’s Day! How is chocolate made and why is it now said to be a ‘healthy food?’ March 4 Springtime is Food Safety Time - Spring holidays are a time for family and friends, but don’t forgot food safety. Join us for a look at all that is new in food safety. April 8 Planning for a Successful Gardening Year - Often a bountiful harvest is linked to planting the right crops, at the right time. Learn what varieties work well in our northern climate and tips for a successful gardening year from Mike Maddox, WI Master Gardener Program Coordinator. May 6 Tips for a Successful Year of Food Preservation - Be sure you have the right equipment and most up-to-date information prior to the start of the food preservation season. Information on steam canning should be ready for this program!