Tuesday, April 17, 2012
What happens when you mix a Live Cooking Demonstration + Exhibits & Samples from local merchants + a FREE Goody Bag + Great Door Prizes? You get the PERFECT RECIPE FOR FUN! Your community newspapers are excited to announce the return of the 2012 Taste of Home Cooking School & Showcase Expo on Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at Charleston Southern University’s Lightsey Chapel. Culinary specialist, Michelle Roberts, returns to the stage as she demonstrates several recipes from the Spring menu.
What is Taste of Home?
“Taste of Home is like a big party! The value you receive when purchasing a ticket is huge! Visiting the local vendors prior to the demonstration is just as much fun as the show itself,” explains Summerville Communications Regional Advertising & Marketing Director Chris Zoeller. What are the Ticket Prices? Ticket options available include general admission and limited preferred seating. Tickets are $11 in advance. A limited amount of Preferred Seating is available for only $16–which seats you closer to the stage. Fans can also take advantage of the VIP Package which includes the TOH Cookbook plus Preferred Seating from $35 - $50.
How Can I Purchase Tickets? Tickets are available at The Summerville Journal Scene office at 104 East Doty Ave. in Summerville, or purchase online at www.JournalScene.com/TasteofHome Taste of Home Cooking School is an entertaining & educational onstage demonstration featuring new recipes & products from the popular Taste of Home magazine. Ten easy to prepare recipes are demonstrated for an audience of an estimated 1000 attendees. Tickets will sell out quickly, so be sure to purchase yours soon!
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