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Saturday, October 13 Cooking Show at 6:00 pm VIP entrance at 4:00 pm General Admission 4:30 pm

Lewiston Middle School at 75 Central Avenue in Lewiston

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Cooking demonstrations by Taste of Home staff and products from local vendors provide fun and excitement

October 13, 2012 VIP entrance at 4 p.m. General entrance at 4:30 p.m.

The Taste of Home Cooking School is one event you don’t want to miss! Ever y yea r, more t ha n 30 0 Ta ste of Home Cook i ng School events attract up to 300,000 people. With cooking demonstrations by the Taste of Home team, led by Michael Barna, attendees will learn seasonal recipes that are perfect for every holiday and occasion, and every skill level.


Like all Taste of Home recipes, these recipes were shared by people who cook at home as a way to bring family and friends together, and can be made with readily available ingredients to create memorable meal moments. Plus, learn tips and tricks that will help you save time and make the most of your cooking experience. It’s no wonder why 50 percent of Cooking School attendees return annually, and one in 10 seek out more than one Cooking School each year.

The famed Taste of Home Cooking School, attended by nearly 5-million people over the last 20 years, is coming to Lewiston! So grab your spatula, as well as family, friends, and neighbors, and join us for a fun-filled cooking experience on October 13, at Lewiston Middle School, 75 Central Ave., from 6 to 8 p.m. Doors open at 4 p.m. for VIP guests only and then at 4:30 p.m. for general admission.

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All attendees get a gift bag stuffed with goodies from Taste of Home, the Sun Journal and local sponsors, plus the chance to win one of the over $4,000 worth of prizes given away during the show. Visit for more information and to sign up for the show’s newsletter. There is also a Facebook page for the show at FansOfSunMediaTasteOfHomeShow.

Taste of Home is America’s connection to the personal recipes of people who cook at home as a way to bring family and friends together, particularly at the holidays. Each year, thousands of people from across the United States and Canada submit more than 40,000 recipes, of which 3,000 are published. Every recipe that is published is carefully evaluated and selected by the Taste of Home Test Kitchen,

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Lewiston Middle School, Campus Avenue Each attendee receives a valuable gift bag filled with coupons, products, and a copy of a Taste of Home magazine, along with a free one-year subscription to Taste of Home.

GENERAL ADMISSION tickets $15 Available at any Sun Journal office or at your Lewiston or Auburn Hannaford store. Call Sun Journal Customer Service at 1-800-482-0753 or 784-3555.

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Pulled pork goes beyond the bun

Meet Culinary Specialist Michael Barna Michael Barna is a born entertainer who loves sharing his talents with his audiences. “I love being on stage, entertaining, and sharing my love of cooking,” exclaimed Barna.

Barna has facilitated many private percent you put in after you think and online cooking classes, appeared you’re done.” in loca l and nationa l telev ision commercials, and been featured in national recipe showcases.

Barna has helped open three gourmet casino restaurants in Atlantic City and spent time as executive sous chef at a prestigious 5-Diamond 4-Star hotel in Philadelphia before becoming the executive chef for a His love of fa m i ly food ca n be major national gourmet specialtytraced back to his grandmother’s food shop. Hu nga r ia n c ook i ng , w h ich he describes as “comfort food from As if those accomplishments weren’t enough, Barna has even worked as a loving hands.” culinary hand model. He enjoys the Barna has been cooking since he simple pleasures (Captain Crunch was 13, and earned his Associate of is a favorite treat of his), but also Occupational Studies degree from believes that good food comes from the Culinary Institute of America in the work you put into it, noting that “the best things come from the five Hyde Park, New York.

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If America had a signature dish, it might just be the pulled pork sandwich. This timeless favorite has already captured our hearts – so isn’t it time to discover new favorites? Offering ample leftovers and delicious versatility, pulled pork is finally getting a new look and going beyond the bun. New takes on pulled pork will revitalize and add a flavorful dose of creativity to family mealtime. Once the pulled pork is prepared, it can be enjoyed throughout the week in so many ways — with effortless wraps, salads, pizzas, vibrant tacos and more. Wake up your everyday dinner routine with these mouthwatering ideas from the National Pork Board: Pulled Pork Wrap: For an easy lunch, combine pulled pork, chopped romaine lettuce, Parmesan cheese and Caesar dressing in a flour tortilla. If enjoying at home, warm the wrap in a sandwich press or skillet for a restaurant-quality touch. Pulled Pork Fried Rice: Put down that Chinese take-out menu! Fried rice is a great way to use up leftover protein, rice and veggies. In this flavorful stir-fry, classic Americana meets Asia with a combination of white or brown rice, pulled pork, diced vegies and a lightly beaten egg. BBQ Pulled Pork Pizza: Think past your basic pizza night with this sweet and savory take: top store-bought pizza dough with barbecue sauce, your favorite cheese, pulled pork and sliced green onions. Bake on high heat until the cheese is melted and the crust is golden brown.

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Pulled Pork Scra mble : P u l led pork for breakfast? A b s o l u t e l y. A d d leftover pulled pork to a sc r a mble of eggs, onions, bel l peppers and cheese. Ser ve d a longside sliced tomatoes and buttered toast, it’ll feel just like Sunday brunch — even on a Monday night. To prepare perfect pulled pork, follow th e s e simpl e t ips from the National Pork Board:

The Cuts: The best roasts for preparing pulled pork include the hearty, succulent Boston Blade Roast (also known as the Boston Butt), which comes from the pork shoulder, and the leaner, flavorful pork sirloin roast, from the lower end of the loin. The Temperature: For fall-apart pork, your best tools are patience and indirect heat. If preparing the roast in the oven or on the grill, the ideal “low and slow” preparation calls for temperatures between 250 and 300°F, for 1 to 1 1/2 hours per pound. In a slow cooker, heat pork for 6 to 8 hours on low or 4 to 5 hours on high. The Pull: When finished cooking, remove from heat and let sit, covered in foil, for 10 to 15 minutes. “Pull” or shred meat with two large forks, and place in a large baking dish or pan. Discard any remaining fat, drizzle with sauce if desired, and serve. For more versatile pork recipes and inspiring tips, visit or Follow the National Pork Board on Pinterest and Twitter @ AllAboutPork.

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extra large, jumbo, cage free, organic, hard- Ingredients cooked, and liquid egg whites. 12 slices of bread, cut into small cubes If you’re in the mood for a sweet and savory 8 Eggland’s Best eggs (large) recipe, try this Pear & Vanilla French Toast 3/4 cup fat-free half & half 2 teaspoons vanilla extract Bake recipe courtesy of Eggland’s Best. 2 tablespoons sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon RECIPE SPONSORED BY 2 pears, peeled and sliced thin 1/2 cup light brown sugar, packed 2 tablespoons butter 1/2 cup chopped walnuts (optional)

The commitment Eggland’s Best withholds to producing a better egg, has resulted in many prestigious awards including the Gold Medal for superior taste, appearance and freshness from The American Masters of Taste for the last 10 years, the Good Housekeeping Seal from Good Housekeeping Research Institute, one of the 25 Healthiest Foods for Women by Prevention Magazine (2010), one of the Best Packaged Foods by Prevention magazine (2012), Best Grab-and-Go Breakfast Food by Health magazine (2011) one of the Top 125 Foods for Men in the Men’s Health annual nut r it ion awa rds for seven consecut ive years (2005-2011) and one of the top 125 Best Packaged Foods for Women according to Women’s Health magazine for three years Original recipe by Eggland’s Best (2008, 2010, 2011).

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Preparation Spray a 13” x 9” casserole dish with cooking spray and set aside. Cut bread into cubes and Cover dish tightly with plastic wrap and reset aside to dry out slightly. frigerate for 1 hour. Remove from refrigerator when you are ready to bake, and let it stand at In a large bowl, whip eggs, half & half, vanilla, room temperature for 30 minutes before baksugar, and cinnamon until eggs are foamy; set ing. If you are using walnuts, sprinkle walnuts aside. over the top before baking. In a large skillet, melt butter and brown sugar Bake uncovered at 350 degrees F for 40 minutes over medium heat until sugar begins to lightly or until eggs are set and bread is puffed bubble. Remove from heat and place sliced up.  Cool slightly before serving. pears in skillet, stirring until pears are coated with the brown sugar mixture.   Tips: Arrange half of the bread mixture on the bottom You can replace the walnuts in this recipe for of the casserole dish; spread pears on top of pecans or almonds. bread, then layer remaining bread over pears.   Serve with powdered sugar, maple syrup, or Pour egg mixture over bread & pear layers, using fresh whipped cream. a spatula or wooden spoon to gently press down Nutrition: Serving size 1 Serving. Calories 148, on the bread to allow egg mixture to soak in. Fat 5g (34% calories from fat), Cholesterol 77mg, Sod iu m 134mg, Total Carbohydrate 19g, Dietary Fiber 1g, Protein 5g

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be surrounded by friends, family and the abu nda nce of food t hat is t radit iona l ly associated with the holidays. There are more than 8 million seniors that face the threat of hunger every day. With the third annual Gallo Family Vineyards Every Cork Counts™ the simple act of entertaining with wine and mailing in the cork will help to end senior hunger.

thousands of Americans who enjoy our wines an easy way to support this important cause.”

In the spirit of the season and this important cause, Gallo Family Vineyards has opened its family cookbook to share a recipe for the holidays. This sweet apple cake is a wonderful dessert to serve after a home-cooked dinner or as a warm treat to greet guests stopping over for some holiday cheer. The orange and walnut Gallo Family Vineyards invites America to glaze pairs wonderfully with the citrus notes in join them to raise up to $100,000* for Meals On the Gallo Family Vineyards Moscato. Wheels Association of America® (MOWA A). Making a difference in the lives of these And when the last guest leaves, be sure to send seniors in need can be as simple as uncorking in the corks to make every cork count to end a bottle of wine or signing into Facebook. senior hunger for Meals On Wheels Association The corks from any bottle of Gallo Family of America. Vineyards portfolio of approachable and food- *Gallo will donate $5 for each Gallo Family friendly wines can be mailed back through Vineyards cork mailed between August 1, December 31, 2012. For every cork mailed 2012 and December 31, 2012 and received back a $5 donation will be made to MOWAA. by Januar y 10, 2013 to Mea ls On W heels Additionally, a simple, fun Facebook game Association of America®, up to $90,000. Gallo can be played to make virtual corks count to will also donate $ 0.10 for each consumer raise money and awareness for this important who participates in the Facebook app for a cause. More information is available at www. maximum total donation of $10,000 during the social media promotion. To learn more “We are proud to support Meals On Wheels Association of A merica’s mission to end senior hunger,” says Stephanie Gallo, a third generation Gallo family member. “For the third year in a row, the Every Cork Counts program gives Gallo Family Vineyards and the

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From the Gallo Family recipe book Pairs well with Gallo Family Vineyards® Moscato Yield: 10 servings                Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 45 minutes

For brunch or dessert, this crowd-pleasing cake is also big on f lavor. You’ll need one orange for both the zest and juice in the cake and glaze.


Glazed Fresh Apple Cake with Orange and Walnut

½ cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, softened 2 cups granulated sugar 2 large eggs 2 teaspoons grated orange zest 2 cups all-purpose flour ¾ teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons baking soda 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 cup coarsely chopped walnuts 3 cups grated tart apple, such as Granny Smith

Fresh Orange Glaze 1 tablespoon orange juice 1 teaspoon grated orange zest ¾ cup confectioners sugar



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Johnsonville Italian Sausage and Taste Of Home bring new flavor to traditional dishes Johnsonville Sausage announced it will team up with Taste of Home Cooking School to bring confident cooks new and delicious ways to add f lavor to family meals throughout the fall. Johnsonville Italian Sausage – available in bot h links and ground form – is a versat i le ing redient t hat ca n add delicious f lavor to a host of different recipes. W hile other meats require sauces and spices to flavor a dish, Italian Sausage brings the flavor all on its own.


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Made with only premium cuts of pork and the perfect blend of spices since 1945, Johnsonville Italian Sausage brings the level of quality confident cooks are looking for when creating their families’ favorite “keeper” recipes. Whether it’s elevating the f lavor in your family’s traditional lasagna, or adding some kick to traditional sausage stuffing at the Yield: 6 servings holidays, Johnsonville Italian Sausage is Prep Time: 25 min Cook Time: 20 min the perfect choice.

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Apple Pork Chops Ingredients 3 t bsp Mrs. Dash® Original Blend 4 4-oz pork loin chops 2 G r a n ny Sm it h a pple s, peeled, seeded and cut into 8 wedges 2 tbsp olive oil

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and pork chops evenly with Mrs. Dash® Original Blend. Heat sauté pan to medium heat. Add 1 tbsp olive oil and cook the apples 3 minutes. Move apples to a plate. Add remaining olive oil to pan and brown pork chops on both sides. Return apples to pan on top of chops and cook 3 minutes, turning once. ©2012 B&G Foods, Inc.

Bake for 45 minutes or until a Preheat the oven to 350°F.  cake tester inserted near the Grease a bundt or tube pan center comes out clean. and set aside. Let cool in the pan completely, In t he bowl of a n elect ric then invert on a serving platter.  mixer, cream the butter and suga r toget her u nt i l l ig ht For the glaze, whisk the orange and f luff y and the mixture juice, zest, and confectioners’ turns almost white. Beat in sugar together until smooth. the eggs and orange zest. Sift Drizzle over the cake. the f lour, salt, baking soda,

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Bored with beef and pork or challenged by the same old chicken dinner? For your next meal, create a bold flavor statement with all-natural, salt-free Mrs. Dash Seasoning Blends! Available in 14 different varieties, Mrs. Dash brings surprisingly delicious, salt-free flavor to any meal! Looking to enhance the flavors of your favorite dishes?  Mrs. Dash adds all the flavor without the salt!  Try adding a dash of flavor to a popular dinnertime favorite – pork chops.  Mrs. Dash’s Apple Pork Chops recipe combines tangy Granny Smith apples with f lavorful pork loin and Mrs. Dash Original Blend to create a mouth-watering meal your family is guaranteed to love! For more quick and easy recipes, visit

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Turtle Praline Tart Yield: 16 Servings Prep: 35 min. + Chilling

Ingredients 1 sheet refrigerated pie pastry 36 caramels 1 cup heavy whipping cream, divided 3-1/2 cups pecan halves 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips, melted

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