Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Drop your whisks, grab your friends, and get ready for a night of fun at the Taste of Home Cooking School show at Charleston Southern University’s Lightsey Chapel on Tuesday, May 8. The event is hosted by your community newspapers, the Summerville Journal Scene, the Berkeley Independent, and The Gazette.
During this interactive two-hour event, attendees will watch Culinary Specialist Michelle Roberts, demonstrate 10 new recipes that can be easily recreated.
First Citizens returns as the Presenting Sponsor, Publix will provide groceries, and new this year is Appliance Sponsor, The Dorchester and Berkeley County Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
First Citizens will once again be providing the FREE reusable tote bags bags filled with great items that will be given out to attendees at the show. Be sure to stop by First Citizens’ booth before the show, where they will have a “Chili Cookoff” between their branches, and visitors can vote for their favorite. Mike Blackstone, Store Manager at the new Cane Bay Publix will bring back the Grocery Baggin’ Contest,” as well as new activities and giveaways. During the pre-show time, Publix will cook up two different “Apron- Simple Meals” as featured on their website and in stores.
“I have a great team coming along with me this year,” said Mike. “I’m bringing more horsepower for an even better show. It will be a fun time for everyone. Publix wants to promote good will from within the company to the public, and do what’s right.”
Tickets are now on sale with General Seating only $11 in advance. Limited Preferred seating is $16 in advance and sells out first, so make sure you secure your up-close seat today! There are also VIP Packages available that include a Taste of Home Cookbook and Preferred Seating starting at $35.
Tickets are available at the Summerville Journal Scene office at 104 East Doty Ave. in Summerville, or purchase online at www.JournalScene.com/TasteofHome, or call 873-9424. Tickets are selling out quickly, so be sure to purchase yours soon!
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