Looking forward to Taste of Home Cooking School Sept. 11 in Monticello
Just wanted to remind you that tickets are still available for the Taste of Home Cooking School tomorrow in Monticello. (The details are below.)
After I typed up the last round of briefs for the show, I was asked to emcee the event. This means I just got a preview of items in the gift bag each ticket holder recieves. There's some good stuff in there, and the list of recipes looks delicious. I'm guessing just the cookie dough truffles alone will be worth attending.
I'll be there before the cooking show starts at 1 p.m., so if you see me, say hi. I'd love to chat with you about food, the event or The News-Gazette's features section. I'll be wearing my N-G nametag.
MONTICELLO — Tickets are still available for the Taste of Home Cooking School, which is coming Sept. 11 to Monticello Middle School, 2015 E. Washington St., Monticello.
An expo of local businesses runs from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., and the show starts at 1 p.m.
Tickets are $10 and they’re available at News-Gazette Community Newspaper offices, including at the Piatt County Journal-Republican, the Mahomet Citizen, the Rantoul Press, the Paxton Record and the Independent News in Georgetown. Or you can call the Rantoul Press at 800-776-8555 to buy tickets using Visa or Mastercard.
If any tickets remain the day of the show, they’ll be available at the door.
The interactive, two-hour cooking school event will have culinary expert Jamie Duhn demonstrating 10 recipes you can easily recreate in your home. They will include Apricot Beef Stir Fry, Cookie Dough Truffles and more.
The cooking school will also help you with new culinary tips and techniques and send you home with a gift bag. Taste of Home Cooking School’s gift bags include an assortment of products and coupons, including two Taste of Home magazines. And you’ll have the chance to win one of many door prizes.