“Hello” from Middleton, Wisconsin!!
I just finished my latest cooking school here in Wisconsin. We had a great time at the show with lots of fun prizes, recipes, and a few laughs along the way! Thank you to the Taste of Home fans who stopped by to say “hello”. I appreciated your warm welcome to the Madison area.
Bonnie Oleson and the entire staff at Magic 98 were a pleasure to work with. I can see why their radio station is so popular. These folks are fun people!
At each cooking school I work with a different group of local volunteers. They typically arrive around 8:30 AM to help me measure and/or chop ingredients, bake some of our baked goods in advance, etc. For this show I had the pleasure of working with a delightful group of Red Hat Ladies.
They were excellent backstage helpers and didn’t miss a beat throughout the entire show. I know they got a “work out” going up and down the stairs to the stage, standing under the warm lights, and working next to those hot ovens. I couldn’t ask for a more helpful (or fun) bunch to work with. Thanks ladies!!
As I mentioned during the show, King Arthur flour is hosting a baking workshop at the Madison Marriott this Thursday, October 6, so be sure to check out their web site for all the details. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/baking/traveling-baking-demos.html#demo-locations I’m sure it will be an excellent program!
Karen Davis, Culinary Specialist, Taste of Home Cooking School