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Do you have a copy you can either post or email to me? This is only my second month as a consultant and I don't have all the books. Also my question you may be able to answer - should I go ahead and make what she requested or tell her what i can make. Last month, I did a taco ring and garden ranch pizza. I usually do my demos on the taffy apple pizza because it uses a lot of the things i already have. My recruiter always does two receipes so I started doing two and now all my future hosts see me doing two.
I would tell your hosts what you can make right now. If they question you, let them know you are just getting started and don't have all the products YET, but you are earning them for free.
If your host wants to make them ahead of time (right before you arrive), give her the recipe. This is a GREAT way to get your host more involved and hopefully she will work harder to get people there. ALSO she can tell everyone how she made them and opens the door for you to talk to her about the opportunity.
I wanted to answer your question about making what a host requests. I really try hard to make a recipe that the host requests. Many of my host have hosted several shows before. They are tired of the the Garden Ranch Pizza or they just want something else. While purchasing the recipes for yourself is a good idea, I am always willing to share recipes with other consultants. We need to help each other out. You can find many pampered chef recipes at: http://www.joycesfinecooking.com.
How are the 2 recipes at a show working for you? I find that when I demo 2 recipes, people get bored. So I offend either to most of the prep before the show to cut down on demo time or I demo 1 and just have the other one ready to go and give a quick tour as to how I made it.