Spring will soon be in the air as the Taste of Home Cooking School returns to Claremore Expo Center on Saturday, March 10. This year’s demonstration, “Savor Spring,” will feature a new batch of springtime recipes.

Come watch 10 fresh as spring recipes blossom on stage as Culinary Specialist Jamie Dunn blends ingredients to create a garden of flavors to savor. Every recipe prepared on stage will be given away at the end of the demonstration.She will also share helpful preparation tips and plating techniques.

“Taste of Home is about great food and real people who take pride in what they cook and have fun doing it,” Dunn said. “People treasure Taste of Home recipes, but they value equally the connection they feel with other cooks just like themselves who want their families leaving the table full, happy and raving about their meals now and for generation to come.”

Each attendee will receive a copy of “Taste of Home Cooking School Classic Cooking” magazine, as well as a goodie bag and the chance to win a host of door prizes.

For the second year, the Cooking School will be part of the Women’s Expo, a full day of exhibits and seminars focusing on women’s issues.

Health professionals will speak on topics such as breast cancer, osteoporosis, varicose veins and much more throughout the day.

Women will be able to shop and receive information on a variety of products and services at booths focusing on health and fitness, cosmetics, travel and finances, to name just a few.

Doors to the Women’s Expo open at 10 a.m. The two-hour Taste of Home Cooking School begins at 4 p.m.

Tickets are $8 for both the Expo and Cooking School or $4 for just the Expo. To purchase tickets, visit the Claremore Daily Progress or Claremore Chamber of Commerce.