Fun-filled evening of food next week
Grab your friends, your family and your spatula, and join the New Hampshire Union Leader for a fun-filled cooking experience at the 2012 Taste of Home Cooking School. The show will be presented live at the Stockbridge Theatre at Pinkerton Academy in Derry on Wednesday, Oct 3.
The chef takes the stage at 6:30 p.m. A mini-expo with a variety of vendors will begin at 4:30 pm. During this interactive event, guests will watch top culinary expert Michael Barna demonstrate seasonal recipes that are perfect for every holiday, occasion and skill level. Armed with new tips and techniques, guests will be sure to impress their family and friends with these sophisticated yet surprisingly easy-to-make dishes.
Attendees will also go home with a gift bag of assorted coupons and giveaways, including subscriptions for two Taste of Home magazines, valued at over $35. While those attending are there, they should remember to enter for a chance to win one of many exciting door prizes.
VIP and premium seating has been sold out, but standard seating is still available for $17.
The event is expected to sell out. Visit www.stockbridgetheatre.com to purchase tickets or call the box office directly at 437-5210.
For additional information on the event, sponsored by Hannaford, go to www.unionleader.com/cookingschool. The Taste of Home Cooking School is a event many serious cooks won’t want to miss.
Dining & Food
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