Valdosta Daily Times

What We Think

March 17, 2013

Enjoy a Taste of Home

-- — If you’ve never attended the Taste of Home Cooking School, well, then, you don’t know what you’ve been missing.

Fortunately, if you’ve never been to one of these fantastic demonstrations of cooking tips, great food, recipes and fantastic giveaways, you’re in luck.

The Valdosta Daily Times, Publix and Home Depot are proud to present the Taste of Home Cooking School once again this week.

On Thursday evening, March 21, a professional Taste of Home chef will create nearly a dozen mouth-watering recipes, from entrees to sides to desserts. Lucky winners will get the chance to take these creations home with them.

Throughout the evening, area businesses provide items to be given away to selected winners.

Audience members can also help feed the region’s hungry. Bringing a canned-food item for America’s Second Harvest of South Georgia enters participants for a chance at a special door prize.

It’s a full evening that can fill minds with new ways to fill families’ bellies.

• The Valdosta Daily Times, Publix and Home Depot presents Taste of Home Cooking School.

When: Thursday, March 21, vendor pre-show, 5:15 p.m.; cooking show, 6:30 p.m.

Where: Mathis City Auditorium, 2300 N. Ashley St.

Tickets: $10, general admission; $35, VIP. Available through www.valdostadailytimes.com; or at The Times’ 201 N. Troup St. offices.

See ads in The Valdosta Daily Times for more information.

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