Taste of Home Offers Free Digital Subscription to Home Chefs Attending Cooking School

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ToHCSLOGOCLEARFIELD – This fall home chefs who attend the Clearfield Taste of Home Cooking School will receive a free, full-year, digital subscription to one of three cooking magazines.

Ticket Information 

The cooking school will be held Sept. 20 at the Expo II Building at the Clearfield County Fairgrounds. Advance tickets are now available with general admission and VIP tickets being $15 and $30 each, respectively.

General admission will include entry into the vendor showcase. It will also include a gift bag from Taste of Home magazine and local sponsors.

VIP admission, however, will include a catered hors d’oeuvres reception and “meet n’ greet” with the Taste of Home culinary expert, Chef Char Morse, prior to the event as well as reserved, prime seating.

All advance tickets must be purchased online via the official show Web site. A limited number of tickets are available to the event and will only be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

AR-309199999.jpg&MaxW=650&MaxH=420Selection of Free, Full-Year, Digital Cooking Magazine Subscriptions

All home chefs in attendance for the cooking school will choose a free, full-year digital subscription to one of three cooking magazines. These include:

· Taste of Home, digital edition, one year/six issues, retail value $14.99;

· The Family Handyman, digital edition, one year/11 issues, retail value $14.99; and

· Reader’s Digest, digital edition, one year/10 issues, retail value $14.99.

Taste of Home

Taste of Home is America’s No. 1 cooking magazine. In each issue, you will enjoy 75-plus, home-style recipes and tips. Each includes a kitchen-tested family favorite made with everyday ingredients. Plus, magazines include color photos of every recipe, cost-saving menus, healthy-choice dishes, casual entertaining ideas and more.

The Family Handyman

Everything you need to get the job done right. When it comes to home improvement, you need information you can trust. Inside each issue of The Family Handyman, you’ll find tried-and-proven repair techniques, step-by-step instructions, plenty of photos and projects for every room in your house. You will tackle your next home improvement project with confidence.

Reader’s Digest

From health to home, money to food, family, travel, work, holidays and more, Reader’s Digest focuses on simple tips and time-saving insights to help make life simpler and better.

Home chefs who wish to receive the free subscription can complete a postcard with their mailing address and magazine selection and send directly to Taste of Home. Postcards will be included in the gift bags distributed to home chefs at the cooking school.

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Taste of Home Cookbooks and Specialty Magazines

Taste of Home has also made available a selection of cookbooks and specialty magazines at special show prices.

To receive the exclusive show pricing, books may be pre-ordered on the Web site and will be available for pick-up at the show.

Among the selection is the all-new Busy Family Edition Cookbook and Binder.

Cookbook pre-orders can be made here.

All orders may also be placed on the show’s Facebook page.

The cooking show is brought to you by Visit Clearfield County (VCC) and gantdaily.com.

About the Taste of Home Cooking School

The Taste of Home Cooking School is America’s leading cooking school program, inspiring more than 300,000 passionate home cooks each year at 300 events across the country.

At a Taste of Home Cooking School show, culinary specialists demonstrate step-by-step instructions to create satisfying and flavorful dishes. The jam-packed program offers tips on easy-to-prepare recipes with step-by-step instructions to create dishes that feature familiar, everyday ingredients.

The Taste of Home Cooking School is an exciting event filled with the best recipes. Learn more at TasteofHome.com/Cooking-Schools.

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