Monday, April 20, 2015

It's Time for the Southern Womens Show

Its time for the 29th annual Southern Womens Show.  This year promised more fun, food and fashion than ever before - count me in!!

Each day offers prizes and surprises, including theme days on Pink Friday, Girls Night Out and Mother Daughter Day. In addition to cooking, shopping and celebrity appearances, learn about exotic travel destinations, home improvement and décor, business opportunities and more. Register to win fabulous prizes and watch for daily specials.

Of course, what has me the most excited is the food.  This year there will be over 500 food/gourmet/wine exhibitors at the show. As well as some fun and exciting events.

Here is what I am most looking forward to: of Home Cooking School 

Grab your friends, your family your neighbor and your spatula, and join us at the Cooking Stage on Thursday and Friday, April 30th and May 1st! Learn seasonal recipes that are perfect for every holiday, occasion and skill level and that can be made with readily available ingredients to create memorable meals in your own home. Two separate cooking classes will be held at 11:00am on Thursday, April 30th and Friday, May 1st. Included in your premium ticket package for the Southern Women’s Show Nashville and Taste of Home Cooking School is a fantastic swag bag! For more information on the Cooking School

Some of the faces you'll see at the event:

Dana Elliot began cooking at an early age from her Mom and has fond memories of her Mom’s homemade spaghetti and meatballs. She graduated from the Art Institute Fort Lauderdale with a degree in Culinary Management. She has instructed students on restaurant management and has been the recipient of the Outstanding Culinary Achievement Award. She lives with her family near Indianapolis, IN.

Mix 92.9 Cooking Stage
Celebrity chefs are bringing their secrets; so don't forget to bring your appetite! The Mix 92.9 Cooking Stage will feature recognized chefs and local personalities just waiting to make your mouth water. Join chefs as they whip up delicious dishes. Watch the experts in action and perhaps sample the final product. They will give you plenty of tips on how to make your cooking delightful

Executive Chef Thomas Cook Cook attended the American Culinary Academy and has worked in nearly every food and beverage outlet. He spent the majority of his time in fine dining restaurants and joined the Union Station Hotel in December of 2005 as Executive Chef. Prime 108 opened in October of 2007 and was quickly recognized as one of Nashville’s premier restaurants. During his tenure, Prime 108 received the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Award. This past December, Thomas was named Executive Chef of Trattoria Il Mulino. Scheduled to open in March at the Hilton Nashville Downtown, this New York City-based chain will offer Abruzzese-inspired Italian cuisine plus dishes specific to Nashville. Come watch Chef Cook share recipes that are sure to become Nashville’s favorites at Trattoria Il Mulino

Here is everything you need to know about the event:

Stop by    Thursday- Sunday, April 30 – May 3, 2015
     at the     Music City Center, 201 5th Avenue, Nashville, TN                                    
Show Hours                 
Thursday:         10am-7pm         
Friday:             10am-8pm   
Saturday:         10am-7pm  
Sunday:           11am-6pm
Admission    $12 adult at the door; $6 children ages 6-12; under six FREE with paying adult
            $ 8 adult at area Walgreen

Taste of Home Cooking Schools and Girls’ Day Out Ticket Packages available online
Discount Coupons       Available online  
Parking                        1,800 parking deck attached to the Music City Center. 
Food             Available at numerous concession stands at the Music City Center

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Hope to see you there!!!

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