The Solar Powered Kitchen
How’s that backyard crop of tomatoes doing? If those little gems you labored so hard over are just as tasty as you hoped, then you’re probably already lamenting the coming end of the growing season. Thankfully, there are ways you can preserve the bounty of your harvest into the winter. On Saturday, Aug. 11, the Gutierrez-Hubbell House hosts the first in its fall series of Backyard Farming Classes. From 9am to noon, participants learn all about cooking and preserving with the sun—how to cook with a solar oven and how to dehydrate foods in the sun. This event is free but RSVP is required—visit berco.gov or call 505-314-0398 to register.
Saturday Aug 11, 2018
Albuquerque, NM 87105
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Take advantage of the sunshine and learn to cook with a solar oven and dehydrate fruits and vegtables, perfect for a sunny, dry climate.
This series features experts in their field who provide hands-on experiences giving participants practical information transfroming their backyards into a thriving urban oasis of food, medicine, and wildlife habitat.
Take advantage of New Mexico's sunshine and learn to use those rays to cook with a solar oven and to dehydrate fruits and vegtables. Using the sun saves energy, is cleaner than wood fire cooking and produces tender and tasty foods. Solar sun drying is an old-school method that is perfect for our sunny dry climate.