Preserving Your Harvest: The Basics of Preserving Food Safely Workshop in Keene

Join UNH Cooperative Extension’s home food preservation workshops, covering the latest research-based methods and recipes, answer questions, and share experiences about these topics:

  • jams and jellies
  • pickling
  • canning fruits and vegetables
  • freezing and drying food

August 14, 2012; 6 to 8 pm
Keene Public Library, 60 Winter St., Keene, NH
Co‐Sponsored with the Keene Public Library so there is no registration fee.
Pre‐registration: contact the Keene Public Library at 603‐ 352‐0157 or toll free at 1‐866‐743‐0446

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Commercial Kitchens In & Near the Monadnock Region

Compiled from the Farm Focus E-Newsletter

Current list of Commercial Kitchens in or near the Monadnock Region

  • Neighbor Made
  • Monadnock Fusion Kitchen
  • Franklin County Community Development Corporation
  • Who is missing?  Contact us.

Read more information about each Commercial Kitchen:

Neighbor Made: Do What You Do Best, We’ve Done the Rest

From Neighbor Made’s Website

A fully equipped, commercially licensed, shared-use kitchen in Keene’s Railroad Square. Helping you build or grow your specialty food business.  One of the biggest obstacles for starting a food business is the high cost of setting up a commercial kitchen. Neighbor Made is here to help. We are a fully equipped, commercially licensed, shared-use kitchen in Keene’s Railroad Square, allowing you to build your business on an as-needed basis with lowered risk and minimized start-up costs. Like Neighbor Made on Facebook.

Monadnock Fusion Kitchen

From Monadnock Fusion Kitchen’s Website

“Our mission is to empower local food producers in the Monadnock Region.” An affordable commercial food preparation and cooking facility for bakers, caterers, and small food processors and producers in Peterborough.

For details and rates, please call Roy Gandhi-Schwatlo at 603-313-9768.

Franklin County Community Development Corporation

From FCCDC’s Website

Have you ever been told that your recipe is good enough to bottle? That’s the seed that grows into a successful food business at the Center. The Center can help you overcome the obstacles to commercial success and guide you through the process of bringing your recipe to market. With the resources of the Center and the support of the Franklin County CDC behind your business, you can realize your dream of owning your own business.