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Taste of Home Cooking show gears up for Nov. 5 (The Williamsport Sun-Gazette)
Easy, delicious, nutritious. Fun, informative, friendly. New cooks, seasoned cooks, wannabe cooks. Everything and everyone comes together Nov. 5 at the Sun-Gazette's Taste of Home cooking School, which comes to the Community Arts Center. This is the opportunity, for some, to spend a delightful day visiting the show vendors, grabbing a bite to eat and visiting sites in downtown Williamsport.
'Taste of Home' Comes to Rochester (R News)
For all the cooks, chefs, and bakers out there, the world's number one cooking magazine came to Rochester to show off its new cookbook. More than 3 million people subscribe to ?Taste of Home? magazine where the recipes come from readers.
Taste of Home tickets now on sale (The Shelby Star)
What: 2008 Taste of Home Cooking SchoolWhen: Tuesday, Oct.
Cooking fire highlights prevention week message (Westland Observer)
A fire that started inside a Westland apartment kitchen Monday morning served as a grim reminder of the potential dangers of home cooking.
Charlotte Hefner has the best seat in the house at Taste of Home Cooking School (The Shelby Star)
When Horace Heffner asked his wife, Charlotte, if she'd gotten her tickets for this year's Taste of Home Cooking School, she told him no - she wanted to wait and see if she'd win some.
Coppell Fire Department urges residents to ?prevent home fires? (Coppell Gazette)
A pot holder too close to a lit burner or a space heater left on overnight could be all it takes to start a home fire. In fact, cooking and heating are among the leading causes of home fires in the United States, according to the nonprofit National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
Surging Cardinals build home-field advantage (Arizona Daily Sun)
TEMPE -- Home cooking for the Arizona Cardinals used to be literally baking in triple-digit heat rising from the metal bleachers of mostly-empty Sun Devil Stadium.
Home cooking ahead for county football teams (Abilene Reflector-Chronicle)
Friday most of the county residents, will be able to stay close to home if they want to go watch their local high school?s football team play its weekly game.
Blaze damages Little Haiti home (Miami Herald)
A woman's lunch proved expensive Friday when the house she was cooking in caught fire. Shirley Ann Walker, 55, was frying a peacock bass on the gas stove in her mother's kitchen at 100 NW 48th St., Miami, when she felt ill and went into another room to lie down. She fell asleep.
Dodgers seek home cooking to rally in NLCS (MSNBC)
Despite Manny's heroics, team heads back to L.A. in 0-2 hole to Phillies