One of the biggest and easiest ways to save money on food is to cook at home more. Even if you donâ€™t think you have time to cook at home, there are tips and ideas to fit more cooking into your schedule. And if you donâ€™t think you are good at cooking or know how to, there are various resources to learn easy recipes. Most areas have community education classes and other classes that teach you easy meals.
An upcoming event can also help, and even if you are a seasoned cook, it may be a source of new ideas. The <a href=http://www.froggyweb.com/Taste-Of-Home-Cooking-School/9057140>Taste of Home Cooking School</a> is scheduled for Sat, March 12 from noon to 6:00. Doors open at 12:00 and the presentation starts at 3:00. It will be held at the Crystal Ballroom at the Ramada Plaza Suites in Fargo.
Tickets are $20 and go on sale at Fargo Happy Harry locations on Feb. 1.
The Taste of Home Cooking School includes, cooking demonstrations, recipes, cooking techniques, practical kitchen tips, and more. Audience interaction and participation (that means sampling).
There will be over 50 vendors with a variety of products and services. There will be wine sampling and food samples. You will learn new kitchen techniques, 10 new recipes and helpful tips. All attendees will receive a gift bag of free products, coupons and a one-year subscription to the Taste of Home magazine.
I have subscribed to the Taste of Home magazine and they also have an annual cookbook that includes all the recipes from that yearâ€™s magazines in one place, which I have a few copies of also. The Taste of Home recipes are usually easy to prepare and contain ordinary ingredients.