The feel of fall has finally made it down to the southern states. The air has turned a little cool and the trees are just starting to turn. In the last week I have been in Oklahoma, Kansas and now Texas and the fall recipes have been eagerly received by hungry home cooks that are ready for the familiar tastes of the season.
Last week began with a hometown show in Owasso, OK; always a fun time with 900 attendees from all over the Tulsa area and as well as friends and family. Then off to Wichita, KS for a great show with 1100 Taste of Home fans. Ironically, this is the very place where I started my career some 28 years ago at Circle High School. Many memories of those early days in Kansas came flooding back as I reminisced about my efforts to teach high school students how to cook.
From the plains of Kansas to the plains of west Texas, destination: Amarillo! Now that is the really the old west! The cattle yards stretch for miles out here and a rich and historic love for food and beef abound. Tuesday night, new and experienced cooks alike will pour in to the Global News Center to experience the Taste of Home Cooking School.
Taste of Home has a way of transcending boundaries across the nation to not only bring people with a love for cooking together but to bring a pallet of recipes with wide ranging appeal. No matter where you live in the US you’re going to love the tasty way fall is sweeping into your community with Taste of Home Cooking School.