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Taste of Home returns

America’s leading cooking school program, inspiring more than 300,000 passionate home chefs at approximately 300 events nationwide is coming to Salisbury on April 3. Attendees will experience exciting recipe demonstrations, have a chance to win door prizes, and enjoy a fun-filled evening full of surprises!

Taste of Home’s local culinary specialist Michelle Roberts will be sharing her home cooking tips and tricks while demonstrating step-by-step recipes for the season’s best dishes. She will be joined on stage by Salisbury’s favorite Emcee, Michael Thomas, also known as “Melvis.’.

“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 Michelle Roberts, Culinary Specialist. Almond Torte is one of the recipes that will be demonstrated at the show. With its creamy custard filling and delightfully 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 participating national food companies. Attendees can also enter for a chance to win one of many door prizes, including the recipes created onstage that night.

Doors open at 4 p.m. for VIPs; with general admission ticket holders at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 6:30 p.m.

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VIP ticket holders get a brand new recipe book “Recipes Across America”, early entrance to the vendor area, a special Meet & Greet Book Signing with Culinary Specialist Michelle Roberts, along with reserved seating.

VIP tickets can be purchased by phone at 704-797-4220 or at the Salisbury Post, 131 W. Innes St., Salisbury.

General admission tickets may be purchased online at salisburypost.com/tasteofhome or in person.

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