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Cooking class

Oct 19, 2009
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I have a host who would like to do a cooking class not a typical demo show. the moms attending have been asking to do a mom's night out with a cooking show. the local place is too expensive so she asked me. so they would probably want to to an appetizer, main course and dessert. but also get tips on using a knife properly etc...and all hands on for everyone...

has anyone done something like this? any ideas or tips would be greatly appreciated!
 

Chefstover2

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Jan 7, 2007
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Sounds like a regular interactive cooking show to me, except with a little less emphasis on the products. Easy way to get around this is (not necessarily in this order) 1) be sure you use as many PC products as possible 2) be sure you have catalogs available and 3) charge a fee which would include a product or two for each person (so you'd actually have enough to submit as a show).

I know it's been discussed on here before and they probably have more details, but that's what comes to mind for me.
 

sklay723

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Oct 21, 2007
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May I suggest a Power Cooking night? Show them how they can prepare three meals (two to be frozen, one to serve). You can then do a drawing for the two "extra" meals for two moms to take home as door prizes. Lots of products to demonstrate, plus an excellent option for busy moms. :) You can split the group into three sections and each section will have to mix the ingredients for one of the recipes (you can have the beef or chicken cooked ahead of time if that would help).
As an appetizer, do something easy like a veggie dip or something...have the moms help slice up veggies (using cutting board, bar board, various knives and crinkle cutter).
For dessert, use the DCB and do the Autumn Apple-Cherry Crisp. Shows off another great product, and it's another fun interactive demo they can assist with. Or maybe the chocolate lava cake if they need a quick chocolate fix. :)
 

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