Join us this summer for one of UNH Cooperative Extension’s home food
preservation workshops! We’ll cover the latest research-based methods and recipes, answer questions, and share experiences about these topics:
an overview of preserving food safely at
jams and jellies
canning fruits and vegetables
freezing and drying food
UNH Cooperative Extension’s home food preservation workshops 2013 schedule. Workshops will include the latest research-based methods and recipes, answer questions, and share experiences about the listed topics.
Food Chef Challenge is a cooking competition for enrolled 4-H members 12 and over. Teams will be given a secret ingredient they must use to create a dish. Promotes teamwork, public speaking and leadership skills.
Survey Conducted by: Ken LaValley, Ph.D., UNH Cooperative Extension; Charlie French, Ph.D., UNH Cooperative Extension; Catherine Violette, Ph.D., UNH Cooperative Extension
How to prevent "food fights" with your children.
An assessment which was useful in understanding the overall state of the N.H. commercial fishing industry, the economic impact it has on the N.H. economy, and some of the factors impacting its health.
Take this chart with you the next time you go grocery shopping. Use it to choose foods to donate to your local food pantry.
We left a casement window open in the basement during the recent
cold snap, and I found some of my home-canned foods had partially
frozen. Are they safe to eat?
FSMA Proposed Rule for Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based
Preventative Controls for Human Food
UVM Extension Fact Sheet- January 2013
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