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Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel’s Cooking School Weekend

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Cooking School Weekend

When I first got married 35 years ago, I barely knew how to boil water.  Over the years my skills have developed, and I’ve hosted many a fancy dinner party for family and friends.

One winter my sister-in-law and I took an Adult Education course in creative cooking.

If you enjoy cooking you’ll be able to further enhance your culinary skills Hilton style the weekend of October 16th and 17th at the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel’s Cooking School Weekend.

Guests will be greeted with a Wine Tasting Reception followed by a cooking demonstration with the Hotel’s very own Chef Nathan Read.  The next morning Chef Read will teach participants how to prepare the appetizers that were served at the Wine Tasting.

Saturday evening participants will experience a lavish four-course dinner paired with appropriate wines and learn how to prepare the featured meal the following morning. With newly honed abilities, you’ll then be all set to graciously entertain your family and friends this season as the menus will prepare you to be the perfect holiday host or hostess!

This one-of-a-kind package also includes deluxe accommodations at the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel for two people Friday and Saturday evening for a reasonable $398.00 plus tax for both nights.

While I haven’t visited Branson, I have stayed in Hilton hotels on previously trips out of town on vacation.  Hilton is a recognized first name in hospitality, offering easy access to shops, boutiques, restaurants, a river walk and other attrations after you’ve enjoyed the wine tasting and four-course meals.

The Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel is an exciting vacation community that is perfect for everyone, located within easy driving distance of Branson’s championship golf courses, lakes, museums and 49 live entertainment theaters.

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About Cindi Moomettes

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2 comments

  1. nice,its great 4 every one i love cooking soo v much

  2. Cooking is definitely a very popular niche. I like what you’ve done with this website. Will retweet.

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