The 13th annual holiday seminar is set for Nov. 9 at the Boyle County Extension Office.
The annual event is organized and hosted by Fort Harrod family and consumer science extension agents with the Cooperative Extension Service.
The cost is $15 and includes lunch prepared and served by Boyle County Homemakers Club members; plenty of morning refreshments; seasonal door prizes; giveaways; handouts; guests speakers; and a holiday fashion show.
Chef Michael of Somerset Community College Culinary School will share cooking tips on making holiday desserts and his take on the world of reality TV and his profession. Chef Allison
Davis will share tips on preparing “Wild Thyme Holiday Cooking” and sharing recipes.
A popular demonstration every year is about decorating for the holidays. This year, Horticulture Extension Agent Dennis Morgeson of Washington County will demonstrate how to bring a yard into a holiday decorating scheme. Using items from the yard can cut down on decorating expenses and help save during the holiday season.
Another guest speaker, meats specialist Gregg Rentfrow of the University of Kentucky, will discuss how to get the most for thedollar in the kitchen by demonstrating the best cuts of beef when buying a whole ribeye.
Displays of holiday wreaths and a demonstration on geo-mesh will round out the day.
Registration information is available from the Garrard County Extension¿Service office. The deadline to register is Nov. 2. Call the extension office at (859) 792-3026 for registration information or check out the extension office website.