We LOVE Taste of Home Cooking School!

  • Thursday, April 11, 2013

Taste of Home is all the buzz and attendees are gearing up for an entertaining show on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at Charleston Southern University's Lightsey Chapel.  The 2013 Taste of Home Cooking School 7 Showcase Expo is an entertaining & educational onstage demonstration featuring new recipes & products from the popular Taste of Home magazine.

“I've been going to the show since it first started in the area in Mt. Pleasant.  I love everything about it…especially Michelle Roberts.  We go as a group (Red Hatters-Ladson Victoria Angels) and always have a great time!”
- Frankie Ammons, Summerville

"I'm a huge foodie so I enjoy watching recipes come to life! Plus it shows how quickly a recipe can come together that would otherwise look intimidating on paper!"
- Lolli Haugh, Summerville

Your community newspapers and First Citizens are excited to announce the return of the popular event. Tickets are now on sale with General Seating only $11 in advance.  Limited Preferred seating is $17 in advance and usually sells out first, so make sure you secure your up-close seat today! 

VIP Packages are also available that include a Taste of Home Cookbook and Preferred Seating starting at $35.  For the first time this year, attendees can purchase a Dinner Buffet which includes dinner, a drink and dessert. Dinner buffets can be purchased advance for $7.

Tickets are available at The Summerville Journal Scene office at 104 East Doty Ave. in Summerville, or purchase conveniently online at JournalScene.com/TasteofHome.  Tickets will sell out quickly, so be sure to purchase yours soon!


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