Guy In The Kitchen
Jeff Garretson - Fri 12:21 PM 10/05/2012
VIP tickets to the 2012 Taste of Home Cooking School are going fast.
According to Susan Trafton, Promotions Director at Salina Media Group, front-row table seats for Salina's annual cooking event will soon be sold out, "We've got about a dozen VIP seats left," she said.
"The VIP seats are $30 each, down front and they actually get a 2012 Taste of Home Cook Book in their goody bag." Trafton added that Preferred Seating is only $16 a ticket, while General Admission is $12.
Culinary Specialist, Guy Klinzing is looking forward to coming back to Salina for a night of cooking and connecting with the audience, "It's such a fun show and there are no bad seats," he said.
"I have a habit of going out into the audience, and I hope to make everyone feel like a VIP."
Klinzing joined in on the KSAL Morning News Friday and said he's ready to showoff some slow cooking recipes to help families on the go in Salina.
"These are great recipes that I'll be making for entrees during the week for busy families on a slow cooker."
Klinzing also promised to finish the night with an upside down apple pie.
Klinzing, who currently lives in the Chicago area with his wife, tells KSAL News when he's not out cooking for the crowds, he enjoy tornado chasing, wilderness fishing, traveling, and being surrounded by his children and grandchildren.