Cold Pickling

This term is packed with fun cooking classes to stir your culinary enthusiasm. 

woman holding jars of cold pickled vegetables

Cold Pickling II

The first class was so much fun we want to do it again!
Tues., Sept. 28, 6-8:30 pm / $49 / One Class
All supplies included in class fee.                      Instructors: Mona Bronson Fuqua and Rebecca Denney
In-person at VPC Campus


Quick or cold pickling is a brilliant solution for preserving the plethora of harvest vegetables from the market or your garden. Quick pickling doesn’t require canning when refrigerated and you don’t need a bushel of vegetables, so you can prepare a little bit of whatever is fresh in season.  Join chefs Rebecca Denney and Mona Bronson Fuqua and dive a little deeper in the brine. In this class, we will explore making a traditional cold cucumber pickle, pickled beets, and one other pickle requested by our first pickling class. There is no pre-requisite for taking this class, but if you were in Pickling 101, please come back for this dilly of a second class!

About Your Instructor

Headshot of Chef Mona Bronson-Fuqua

Chef Mona Bronson-Fuqua

Mona Bronson-Fuqua is CEO and Chef of Je Nais Se Fuqua LLC. Chef Mona combines her culinary passion with a desire to help others overcome food insecurities as a chef instructor for Cooking for the Family through St. Francis Seraph Ministries.

Headshot of Rebecca Denney

Rebecca Denney

Rebecca is the founder of Paleolicious and a personal chef at The Modern Farmhouse Kitchen. Her mission is to show people they can eat amazing food that just happens to be better for their health.