The famed Taste of Home Cooking School, attended by nearly 5 million people over the last 20 years, will return to Washington this fall.
The show will be held Saturday, Nov. 10, at First Christian Church in Washington. Doors will open at 10 a.m. with a vendor show/demonstrations/giveaways, and the cooking school/show will begin at 2 p.m.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the men and women of Emmaus Homes in Marthasville.
Every year, more than 300 Taste of Home Cooking Schools attract up to 300,000 people. With cooking demonstrations by the Taste of Home team, led by Guy Klinzing, attendees will learn 10 seasonal recipes that are perfect for every holiday and occasion and every skill level.
Like all Taste of Home recipes, these recipes were shared by people who cook at home as a way to bring family and friends together, and can be made with readily available ingredients to create memorable meal moments. Plus learn tips and tricks that will help you save time and make the most of your cooking experience.
Come early to visit booths hosted by over 40 local vendors at the show. You’ll receive a gift bag with coupons and samples and have the opportunity to register for door prizes, and even win the dishes prepared on stage during the show.
About Taste of Home
Taste of Home is America’s connection to the personal recipes of people who cook at home as a way to bring family and friends together, particularly at the holidays.
Each year, thousands of people from across the United States and Canada submit more than 40,000 recipes, of which 3,000 are published. Every recipe that is published is carefully evaluated and selected by the Taste of Home Test Kitchen, which ensures that it can be prepared with affordable, everyday ingredients.
Taste of Home content is available in print; online at Tasteofhome.com; in books; via digital download on iPad, mobile apps and Kindle; and Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.