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Taste of Home coming April 3

SALISBURY — The perfect recipe for creating new memories with loved ones includes good friends, good conversation and, of course, great food.

As home cooks across the country get ready to cook up spring’s flavorful dishes, the Taste of Home Cooking School is preparing to share seasonal recipes that are designed to delight.

Taste of Home culinary specialist Michelle Roberts will be at the The Event Center, 315 Webb Road, Salisbury on April 3 to share cooking tips and tricks while demonstrating step-by-step recipes.

The event is brought to Salisbury by the Salisbury Post.

The Taste of Home Cooking School is the country’s leading cooking school program, inspiring more than 300,000 home chefs at approximately 300 events nationwide. Attendees see recipe demonstrations using ingredients that are easily found at the local grocery store. Best of all, the dishes are submitted by home cooks from across the country.

“From experienced home chefs to beginners learning their way around the kitchen, the Taste of Home Cooking School offers something for everyone — putting a fresh spin on old favorites and adding new recipes to your seasonal repertoire,” said Roberts.

Almond Torte is one of the recipes that will be demonstrated at the show, she said. “With its creamy custard filling and light texture, this not-too-sweet dessert is the perfect spring choice to make for your family and friends.”

Attendees will receive a gift bag including the Taste of Home Cooking School magazine. This magazine includes recipes featured during the program, along with many more, as well as coupons from national food companies. Attendees can also enter for a chance to win one of many door prizes, including the recipes created onstage that night.

Tickets available now.

VIP tickets, $45, include a new cookbook, “Recipes Across America,” with over 735 all-American dishes; early entrance into the vendor area from 4-5 p.m. with light refreshments; and a Meet & Greet with the culinary specialist, Michelle Roberts.

Tickets for general admission are $10 until the week of the show, then they go up to $12.


Eventbrite - Taste of Home Cooking School

Doors open at 5 p.m. to the vendor area for general admission tickets, with the show starting at 6:30 p.m.

Check the Salisbury Post and salisburypost.com/tasteofhome for updates, complete information and show highlights.

For more information, visit www.TasteofHome.com/Cooking-Schools.


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