It was meatballs to mousse and every kind of delectable in between at Monday night’s Taste of Home Cooking School, held in the Early Auditorium of Sheridan’s Junior High. The hallways were crowded shoulder to shoulder as cooking enthusiasts checked out the ten vendor booths offering tasty treats and helpful information.
At the show in the Early Auditorium, there was something for everyone, from beginner to gourmet, as Culinary Specialist Michael Barna cooked up ten different specialties, including Gingered Carrot Soup, Apricot Beef Stir Fry, and Buffalo Chex Mix.
22-year-old Courtney Treu was there...and her specialty—pasta.
Scanning the filled-to-capacity crowd, one had to wonder if it was “Girls’ Night Out,” but on closer look, there was a smattering of roosters in the hen house, including Rod Bitney.
And then there was Glenn Stoner who says he loves to cook.
Zach Benedict has been at every Taste of Home Show that has come to Sheridan, and he enjoys learning new techniques.
In addition to receiving a gift bag full of goodies, attendees vied for a huge assortment of door prizes and best of all, learned some new, delicious recipes.
And the grand prize $1,000 gift certificate to CostPlus Furniture, Appliance and Television went to Katie Charlson.