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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel

On October 16-18, 2009, there will be a Cooking School Weekend activity in the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel in Branson, Missouri. If you are booked on that day, you will be welcome to a festive Wine Tasting Reception. Chef Nathan will teach participants on how to prepare the appetizers served at the Wine Tasting.

If I need to choose, I like the Saturday evening activity because the participants will experience a four-course dinner with wines. The next morning, you will be learning how to prepare the featured meal during that dinner. This unique package includes deluxe accommodations at the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel for two people on a Friday and Saturday evening.

For just $398.00 plus tax for both nights, you will get the extra-ordinary package that you would love to experience. It would be exciting to stay in the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel and participate in the Weekend Cooking School, right? Learning how to prepare Wild Mushroom Risotto from Chef Nathan Read would be exciting.

 He will discuss the basic elements of smoking meats too. He will discuss how to pair foods with smoked meats and planning seasonal menus. This opportunity is rarely to happen so; this is a good time to book the hotel and experience the cooking activity in Hilton Branson Convention Hotel.
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