Syracuse District will be hosting our next Syracuse Preparedness Class on Saturday, February 16th from 6 pm-8 pm at the Syracuse Stake Center 1350 S 1800 W. The topic will be, “Making the Most of Your Food Storage.” This class will be taught by Michelle Call.
Description of Presentation:
What foods store well? How long will they last? How can you preserve their quality? This class will answer these questions and more with research results and practical tips to help you make the most of your food storage. Food storage recipes will also be available, and if you’re lucky, perhaps a few tasty samples. Please bring your food storage questions.
Michelle Lloyd Call, PhD, is passionate about food science and sharing her research about food storage and shelf-life. She is the former manager of the Food Quality Assurance Lab and Sensory Lab at Brigham Young University. Currently, she is a volunteer researcher at BYU. She is married to Seth Call and they have two little girls.
Everyone is welcome even if you don’t live in Syracuse! Bring family, friends, and neighbors for this informative event! We look forward to seeing you there.