A FAVOR? Would you take a quick moment to help out two of my favorite ladies?
FABULOUS LADY NUMBER ONE: My great friend and event planning mentor Deborah Hermann is nominated in the 2012 Event Solutions Spotlight Awards, “an annual awards presentation dedicated to recognizing the best and the brightest event professionals in the industry.”
Deb is the Chairwoman and CEO of Ghostlight Productions, a Cleveland based event production company. You want a party that you’re guests will never forget, you call Deb and her team. Deb is nominated for the Spotlight Award category of Event Producer of the Year and could use our help in bringing that award home to Northeast Ohio!
SO HOW DO YOU VOTE FOR DEB?
- Go to http://www.event-solutions.com/spotlight/voting/.
- Enter your email address at the bottom of the page and hit Submit.
- Click on the “Event Producer of the Year” category.
- Select Deborah Hermann of Ghostlight Productions and hit Submit.
Want to help even more? Tweet the following: “Vote for #CLE’s own @divabling in the @eventsolutions Spotlight Awards “Event Producer of the Year” category! http://www.event-solutions.com/spotlight/voting/”. Both Deb and I thank you for your help!
FABULOUS LADY NUMBER TWO: My very talented mother (okay, she’s actually number one in my book, but work with me here) is expanding her role at The Chubby Cook by stepping up to teach a few upcoming hands-on cooking classes! As a favor to me, maybe consider taking one of the following taught by Mama LaVecchia:
On Thursday, January 19th, she’ll teach an Old World Comfort Foods class, featuring the following menu:
- Haluska: Cabbage and Noodles
- Halupki: Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
- Kielbasa & Kraut
- Beets & Horseradish Salad
- Cucumber Salad
On Monday, February 27th, she’ll teach Pierogi & Potato Pancakes where you’ll learn to make:
- Beef Short Rib Pierogi
- Potato Cheese Pierogi
- Cabbage Pierogi
- Mushroom & Cheese Pierogi
- Fruit & Cheese Pierogi
- Traditional Potato Pancakes
That would be exactly what you’d learn how to make. Is it wrong to have pierogies for breakfast?
Both classes are $65 per person and if you know my mother, you won’t go home hungry!! I grew up on these dishes so I can also guarantee that you’ll taste buds will be just as satisfied as your stomach.
The Chubby Cook has added quite the assortment of cooking classes, so I encourage you checking out their 2012 class calendar. My husband and brother will be taking their Cooking with Beer class this spring – I’d be lying to say I wasn’t jealous!!