`Adventures in Cooking’ set for Nov. 14 in S’mass Village
Plans are moving ahead for The Aspen Times “Adventures in Cooking,” scheduled for the Snowmass Conference Center ballroom in Snowmass Village on Nov. 14.
The two-hour event, presented by Taste of Home Cooking School, will include on-stage demonstrations of food preparation, new food products and kitchen shortcuts. The cooking school is associated with the popular cooking magazine Taste of Home and its sister magazine, Quick Cooking.
“It’s going to be an exciting program, and we are expecting a sizable, spirited crowd,” said Times marketing director Michelle Simon.
“Each person who attends will receive a free, full-color cookbook, which includes all 12 recipes demonstrated during the program – plus dozens more. Although the size of the audience does not allow everyone to sample the recipes, the dishes prepared on stage will be given away to a dozen lucky people to take home,” added Simon. “Each person there will also receive a free `gift bag’ with valuable coupons and other items and be included in drawings for numerous door prizes.”
Taste of Home Cooking School – formerly known as Homemaker Schools – has been conducting these food and product demonstrations across the country for more than 50 years.
Tickets are $10 and are available at The Aspen Times, Glenwood Independent and all Roaring Fork Valley City Markets. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Doors will open at 5:15 p.m.; the program will begin at 7 p.m.
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