A free promotional gift bag will be given to each attendee, along with a free copy of the Taste of Home cooking school magazine that includes the featured recipes.
Guests can sample products and learn about community services. Refreshments may be served at a concession stand or guests might be directed to area restaurants to catch a bite to eat before the program begins.
The traditional Taste of Home cooking school will highlight spring recipes with tantalizing flavors. Special show segments will be devoted to desserts and brunch dishes
This 2-1/2 hours presentation includes a 15-minute "stretch & win break" for prize drawings. Best of all, the completed dishes will given to several lucky winners to take home.
The newest program focuses on recipes that can be prepared in 30 minutes or less. Taste of Home Cooking School Made Easy is a slightly shorter one and one-half hour program without intermission.
This spring's "Get Cooking" theme emphasizes simple and delicious out door entertaining ideas. Like its sister cooking presentation, Taste of Home Cooking School Made Easy provides each guest with a free cookbook that includes the featured recipes.
Names are drawn for door prizes as well as the completed dishes to be given to lucky winners. Limited sampling of one of the featured recipes is offered in locations where permitted by local health code regulations.
Tickets are $8 per person while they last and may be obtained at The Sun or BVS. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the event begins at 7 p.m.
Additional information may be obtained by calling Renee Jones at The Sun, (859) 744-3123.