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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
  • One night, 10 recipes

  • Anxiously awaiting the start of the Taste of Home Cooking Show, Holly Jones and her two daughters were ready for Guy Klinzing, culinary specialist with the show, to prepare 10 recipes.
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  • Anxiously awaiting the start of the Taste of Home Cooking Show, Holly Jones and her two daughters were ready for Guy Klinzing, culinary specialist with the show, to prepare 10 recipes.
    This was Jones’ first time to the show. She heard about the show from one of her co-workers and was ready to go.
    “I came with my two daughters and I thought that it would be fun for us to do something like this together,” she said. “I have been married a long time, been cooking a long time, but I always like to see what other people are doing and maybe learn some new tips.”
    An estimated 500 people showed up at the Civic Tuesday night for the cooking show. Along with cooking tips, they were also given a goody bag with items including a Taste of Home magazine. There were also various vendors showing their products before the show began at 6:30 p.m.
    Jones was also looking for some tips on cooking.
    “I was a vegetarian for 15 years,” Jones said. “Any tips on meat is always a good thing.”
    She noted that cooking can be hard.
    “It can be difficult, I have been known to burn just about every loaf of garlic bread that I have ever made,” she said with a smile. “It happens. I just think that any tips that you can get, I don’t think that you are ever too old to learn. There are always new ways to do things, preparing things, serving things and pairing things up.”
    Klinzing also entertained the crowd by singing a Neil Diamond song and handing out gifts.

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