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Pampered Chef: Theme Show Wrap Shows

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  1. DebPC

    DebPC Legacy Member Staff Member

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    Pampered Chef Wrap Shows

    I have been doing tons of wrap shows. I do quite a bit of prep work ahead
    of time, saving some chopping, slicing, etc. for the demo. I lay all the
    ingredients on the SA pieces (loved using the bowl and caddy for the
    spreads--sold a lot when they were on sale). Tell the guests how to make
    their own and let them go at it. When my hosts ask if I plan to make the
    wraps I tell them, no, because I would hear this: "I don't like onions" or
    "I don't like peppers" So, if they make their own they put what they want
    on them. Case in point, last Friday my host made them up ahead of time and
    those comments were exactly what we heard. She had a platter full of wraps left over. Doing the wraps themselves we rarely have leftovers.

    Gail C.
     
    May 15, 2004
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  2. DebPC

    DebPC Legacy Member Staff Member

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    I have made cards up with each step of the recipe on them and I call them my
    PC Chance cards (think Monopoly) I have everyone go around the room and come
    pick a card and do what is told on the card. Most of the time they are the
    recipe steps but sometimes they may say something like: "Ask Katherine what's on
    sale this month" or "What is the mystery tool for the evening" or "Ask your
    host why she/he decided to have a show." Before using the chopper my card will
    say "ask the guests who has the fantastic food chopper and have them name 3
    things they use it for."
    You get the idea - just make up questions to fit what you want to talk
    about.
    I use the Chillzanne rect. server to hold all the ingredients and I put one
    wrap together, cut it into slices and send them around on the SA rectangle
    platter. I may have to make another so everyone gets a taste but it goes together
    quickly. I then let people make their own after I am done. It seems to go well
    and everyone enjoys getting involved.
    Katherine
     
    May 15, 2004
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  3. can you email the recipe to the wrap your talking about. I am a new consultant and would really appreciate any help.

    Shannon Harris
     
    Feb 21, 2006
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  5. pamperedbecky

    pamperedbecky Legacy Member

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    Feb 21, 2006
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  6. Thanks Becky I really appreciated your time and replying back.

    Shannon :)
     
    Feb 21, 2006
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