A cooking school popular for teaching people how to create homemade foods that taste great will return to Weirton, West Virginia next month for a much anticipated event focused on training and educating at home cooks in the techniques of homemade cuisine.
The Taste of Home Cooking School will be at the Serbian-American Cultural Center on March 6th, where organizers expect a sold out show since the last cooking school’s event was so popular.
The cooking school event should bring in nearly fifty vendors, if the previous cooking shows are any indication. Classes at the cooking school are taught by nine to fifteen professional chefs that travel with the school. Chefs Michelle, Kristi, Dana, Eric, Michael, and Guy are often on hand, teaching specialty classes to the participants at the event.
Chef Kristi Larson explains on the cooking school’s blog that traveling into new communities and meeting new people is one of the perks to being a traveling chef with the school. “I am always excited to come into a community and share my love of cooking with new people,” she said. Chef Guy Klinzing said “I love being able to share practical information with the attendees that they can go home and use the next day.”
The Taste of Home Cooking School is sponsored by some of the big names we all recognize, including Emeril’s, Gallo, Ortega, and Johnsonville. School events are scheduled all over the nation and throughout the year, providing unique and useful training to participants that inspire some to attend formal cooking schools or simply impress their friends and families with their new cooking skills.
The cooking school event in Weirton will begin on March 6th at 6:30 PM and ticket availability is limited. Participants learn new recipes, participate in interactive cooking classes, win door prizes, and leave the show with a free gift bag.