GLENWOOD — As the Taste of Home Cooking School prepares to take over the Sevier County Fairgrounds in Richfield Thursday, Sept. 27, one local woman is being featured in the organization’s September magazine.
Glenwood resident Hilary Breinholt’s rec-ipe for cheese-stuffed meatball sliders is featured in this month’s issue of the publication, a submission Breinholt said she put into a contest for meals that could be made with five ingredients or less.
“My kids love it, that was another reason I submitted it,” Breinholt said. “It’s so kid friendly and it’s easy for moms.”
Breinholt said this was her first submission to Taste of Home, but probably not her last.
“I was kind of surprised,” Breinholt said. “It was neat to have them recognize [my recipe].”
While Breinholt said she was not able to make plans to attend this year’s cooking school event, she said she has attended in previous years, and loved it.
“It’s great, they give you so many great and easy tips,” Breinholt said. “That’s why I like Taste of Home — it’s everything simplified.”
Doors for the Taste of Home Cooking School are scheduled to open at 4 p.m., Sept. 27, with the show slated to begin at 7 p.m. at the Sevier County Fairgrounds exhibit hall, located at 410 East 200 South in Richfield.
Tickets for the event are $13.
For more information, call (435) 893-0458.
Glenwood woman’s recipe featured in Taste of Home