ASHWAUBENON - It was a lesson in cooking at Shopko Hall in Ashwaubenon Thursday evening.
The event was part of the "Taste of Home Cooking Show."
People had the chance to experience a live two-hour demonstration featuring different recipes.
They could learn the latest tips, techniques and trends from the experts.
Organizers say the event drew a huge crowd of culinary lovers.
"I'm excited about the turnout, people have really responded well to the opportunity in our own community to enjoy the taste of homes and everything they bring to the table here in our Fox Cities and Green Bay area," said Brad Langley, President and CEO at 91.1 The Avenue.
FOX 11 was also a sponsor for the cooking show event.
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