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   Do you have a love for cooking or are looking to have a more complete knowledge of cooking? On October 3, our town of Craig will once again be fortunate enough to host the staff of Taste of Home magazine to reinvigorate our love for food and teach us all something new! Click the "Buy Now" button below to buy a ticket online, head down to Miller Family Appliance, or give us a call at the Craig Daily Press at (970) 824-7031.

 

Price: $10/ticket   

Fee: $1.24

AVAILABLE NOW!

 

 

Meet Guy Klinzing

 Our Culinary Specialist

 

 

WHATThe Taste of Home Cooking School is a 2 ½ hour cooking demonstration of 10-12 recipes, focusing on offering valuable cooking tips, sharing culinary passion, and having a good time!

 

 

Hint: Having a hard time figuring out what's for dinner? Try the recipe finder on the left!

WHO Guy Klinzing, a Taste of Home culinary specialist, leads the event. Here is his quick biography:

 

 

Meet Taste of Home Culinary Specialist Guy Klinzing.  Guy conducts Cooking School shows across the country. His love of traveling to experience the flavors of different cities combined with his enthusiasm for cooking allows him to share his culinary passion with people just like you!

 

When did his love for the kitchen start?  “My favorite dishes are still the ones that my grandmother and mother taught me to prepare as part of our own family tradition. Good food served at home not only feeds the family but also feeds the soul.  I love discovering those special dishes that are part of the tradition of other friends and families.”

 

The passion continued from there -- Guy holds a Bachelors Degree in Performing Arts from Northeastern University and an MBA from Dominican University. He has worked in the snack food and chocolate industry for over 34 years. During his long career with a major candy company, he not only built and managed large candy production facilities, but also served as a corporate media spokesperson in the Midwest. Guy has also conducted many seminars and training sessions on food related topics including: chocolate, candy, food safety, sensory, and raw ingredients.

 

When asked what his favorite part of the Cooking School experience is, Guy replied, “Meeting so many enthusiastic fans of Taste of Home. They inspire me with their love of cooking and support for our program. I love being able to share practical information with them that they can go home and use the next day. The energy and fun at these events makes all the preparation worthwhile.”

 

Guy resides with his wife in the Chicago area where he is also a professional actor and vocalist. Some of his favorite activities include tornado chasing, wilderness fishing, traveling, and being surrounded by his children and grandchildren.

 

Guy is looking forward to coming to Moffat County High School in Craig. “I can’t wait to share these simple delicious recipes with you while we all celebrate our love of cooking with each other. You will be able to impress your family and friends with these great ideas and the fact that they are so quick and easy to prepare will be our little secret!” says Guy.

 

 

EVENT DETAILS     Location: Moffat County High School Auditorium

                                                    Time: Monday, October 3 2011. Doors open at 5:00 PM, Event starts at 7:00 PM.

 

MISCELLANEOUSCheck out the video sample below, as well as checking out Taste of Home for more information.