Tuesday, May 27, 2014
The News is cooking up a recipe for success as we bring the Taste of Home Cooking School to Kingstree. This Thursday, May 29, the J. Russell Kellahan Memorial Recreation Center on Nelson Blvd. will be home to the Taste of Home Cooking School. The event promises to entertain and inform the crowd with their interactive cooking demonstrations featuring their signature spring 2014 menu.
Taste of Home is the #1 food and entertaining magazine in the world that reaches 11.5 million readers. Each year, Taste of Home receives more than 11,000 ideas and recipes from real home cooks.
The Taste of Home Cooking School holds approximately 250 events across the country each year. This year's show is being conducted by Taste of Home culinary specialist Michelle Roberts and emceed by former television personality and newspaper producer Warren Peper. Roberts will present a two-hour demonstration of exciting recipes through step-by-step instructions. Everyone will receive a free gift bag with Taste of Home magazine, coupons and more!
Tami Rodgers, publisher of The News, is proud to say Kingstree is now listed in the Taste of Home magazine as a host for their show. “Not only does this national event connect local businesses with targeted consumers who love to cook affordable, sensible and delicious meals for themselves and their families, but it also presents us with a wonderful opportunity to bring something great to our community,” said Rodgers.
The Taste of Home Cooking School is guaranteed to bring a pantheon of foodies and cooking novices alike, all while shining a positive spotlight on our community.
Join us this Thursday for a fun and unique experience where you can learn new skills and make memories that will last a lifetime.
VIP and general admission tickets are available for purchase at The News' office at 511 N. Longstreet Street and online at www.kingstreetasteofhome.com. And for more details, check out our ad on page 5 in this issue of The News.
Check out videos of live shows on the Taste of Home website at www.tasteofhome.com
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