plans now to attend 'Simply Christmas' event
Save the date now for a spectacular event that is set to take place
in Ripley County November 8 - Taste of Home Cooking School-Made
Easy "Simply Christmas".
At this event, you will learn how to make recipes that will make
holiday entertainment easy and allow you to showcase your culinary
Culinary Specialist, Dana Elliott, is coming to the South Ripley
Elementary School Gymnasium on November 8 with tips on recipe selection
for effortless holiday entertaining. Planning a menu that combines
foods that keep well when prepared ahead of time with quick-to-fix
last minute dishes leaves more time for the "cook" to
have fun. Elliott will demonstrate timesaving preparation methods,
as well as a variety of recipes sure to bring in rave reviews.
Tickets will go on sale at Ripley Publishing Company on Monday,
October 8 at 8:00 a.m.
The show is set to begin at 7:00 p.m. and doors will open at 5:00
p.m. so attendees can visit booths and enjoy refreshments. Everyone
in attendance will receive the new Taste of Home's Holiday Recipe
Card Collection with the featured recipes plus many more delicious
meal, party and gift giving solutions. Attendees will also have
a chance to win festive door prizes and the foods prepared on stage.
"We have had Taste of Home events before, but never a holiday
show," noted Publisher Linda Chandler, who said the staff,
advertisers, and community are getting excited about the upcoming
show. "We have had a lot of calls and excitement is starting
to mount," she noted.
Elliott is one of nine territory managers for the Taste of Home
Cooking School who present over 300 nation cooking events each year.
She hosts events in Indiana, Kentucky, and Michigan. She is a graduate
of The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, and holds a BS in Culinary
Management. She is the recipient of the 2006 Outstanding Culinary
"Most families have their traditional favorite holiday foods.
I'll be bringing some memory-making meals to Versailles that I'm
sure you will want to add to your holiday menus," invites Elliott.
"I hope to make your season brighter with creative decorating
ideas and tips for stress-free entertaining, too."
The cooking event is expected to last about one and a half hours
with everyone taking home a "goody bag" filled with items
from national and local sponsors. Watch for future announcements
about the event and get your tickets early.