Homemade Hot Sauce

What you'll do

In this class you'll learn the simple steps of homemade hot sauce as we cook together as a team, from sourcing chili peppers and ingredients, to safely cooking and storing your spicy creations. Throughout the class, Laena will cover the tools and tricks of preservation and fermentation, such as safety and shelf-life, with some hot sauce trivia and history sprinkled in for fun.

You'll receive a recipe and shopping list prior to class, and walk a

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In this class you'll learn the simple steps of homemade hot sauce as we cook together as a team, from sourcing chili peppers and ingredients, to safely cooking and storing your spicy creations. Throughout the class, Laena will cover the tools and tricks of preservation and fermentation, such as safety and shelf-life, with some hot sauce trivia and history sprinkled in for fun.

You'll receive a recipe and shopping list prior to class, and walk away with in-the-know tips for designing your own flavors, including how to:

  • Source and select the freshest, best tasting ingredients
  • Cook and preserve your sauce, while maximizing flavor
  • Include your new spicy condiment in your next meal
  • Share your homemade jar of hot sauce with friends!

What you'll need

• 10 red or orange colored fresh chili peppers (like habanero

• jalapeno

• Fresno or cayenne)

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• 10 red or orange colored fresh chili peppers (like habanero

• jalapeno

• Fresno or cayenne)

• 1 sweet red pepper (or two if they are teeny)

• 6 cloves garlic

• 1 apple

• peeled and chopped

• 1 cup apple cider vinegar

• 1 cup water

• 1 tablespoon salt

From 12 up to 1000 participants


Laena

Meet your activity host, Laena

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The revolution starts in your mouth! Laena McCarthy launched Anarchy in a Jar in 2009, embracing a revived demand for fresh, local, and creative food. With help from her team of tasters, fellow food makers and fans, she grew the business into a plant-based condiment powerhouse, where she stirs her eclectic experience and passion for food into elixirs of the jar. Anarchy in a Jar has been featured in The New York Times, The New York Times T Style

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The revolution starts in your mouth! Laena McCarthy launched Anarchy in a Jar in 2009, embracing a revived demand for fresh, local, and creative food. With help from her team of tasters, fellow food makers and fans, she grew the business into a plant-based condiment powerhouse, where she stirs her eclectic experience and passion for food into elixirs of the jar. Anarchy in a Jar has been featured in The New York Times, The New York Times T Style Magazine, The Martha Stewart Show, Saveur, Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and many more fine publications. Her cookbook, "Jam On: The Craft of Canning Fruit" was published with Penguin Random House in 2012.

Laena graduated magna cum laude from Mount Holyoke College, received an MS in Information Science from Pratt Institute, trained as an herbalist and food scientist, and was awarded the United States Antarctica Service Medal by the Department of Defense for her work with the National Science Foundation.

What condiment can you not live without? For Laena, it's hot sauce. She even carries a little bottle in her purse, for on-the-go heat addiction. And it's amazing how fun and easy homemade hot sauce can be! She looks forward to sharing her passion for preservation with you, as you make hot sauce together as a team.


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Cancellation policy:
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Grace period: free cancellation within 24 hours of booking deposit or confirmation but no later than 48 hours prior to the event start time. After that, cancel at least 14 days prior to the event to receive full refund (minus booking fee).


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