Thursday, April 26, 2012
Taste of Home Cooking School has everyone talking! Whether you're a repeat veteran or you're checking out the show for the first time, fun and surprises will be had on Tuesday, May 8 at Charleston Southern University's Lightsey Chapel.
"Taste of Home is a great family-oriented event! I'm taking my daughter this year who is 14 and learning how to cook. It's loads of fun!" -Tena Green, Ridgeville
"I've attended the Taste of Home Cooking School for the past several years. I've enjoyed the lively and entertaining cooking demonstrations by Chef Michelle Roberts. I've always learned new techniques and cooking short-cuts each time I've attended.The Local merchants' exhibits, the many door prizes and the free goody bag with all of the coupons and cooking magazine make this night a real bargain. I'm really looking forward to another fun-filled night at CSU !"
-Ferol Lovelady, Goose Creek
"I love watching them do the cooking demonstrations! That is the best part, they do such a great job! I've been to the show for the past 3 years, and love it!"
-Nancy Richards, Summerville
"I went to last year's show, and loved it! The demonstrations and raffles were so much fun. The atmosphere is very "homey.""
-Karen Roof, Summerville
“Last year’s show had great energy and creative cooking ideas. I was amazed to see how many people came out to the show. I enjoyed visiting the vendors and learning what is in the area. This year, I am looking forward to getting out and seeing friends…and of course I want more cooking ideas.”
-Veronica McVicker, Goose Creek
“I get tired of eating the same thing. That’s why I enjoyed the demonstration and learning new tips and techniques. The ingredients are ones that I have in my kitchen! I was surprised last year even sitting in the back how well I could see because of the mirrors and projector screen. I am looking forward to seeing what they come up with this year with the recipes and the vendors. Also, I like the nice bag with the recipe book and other goodies."
-Susan Nosotti, Summerville
“Last year was my first year attending. It was very entertaining and informative. I enjoyed watching the cooking demonstration and how easy it was to fix one of those meals. My wife likes to experiment with the recipes from the Taste of Home magazine. The vendors offered great samples and information. We plan to be there right at 4:00 pm to take advantage of the exhibits and sampling. We also will plan to enjoy a dinner buffet (attendees can purchase at CSU) before the show.”
-Bill Kroelinger, Summerville
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