Lifestyles
What's for dinner tonight?
By Joyce White, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Family & Community Health Agent, Grayson County
Sep 24, 2019
Print this page
Email this article

Sherman, Texas -- Are you looking for ideas for healthy meals but don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen or your whole paycheck on food to prepare?  If so, or even if you just want to enjoy some food demonstrations and sample some food, join Texas A&M AgriLife for our Dinner Tonight Healthy Cooking event on Tuesday, September 24 in the Grayson County Courthouse.

The public is invited to attend “Dinner Tonight” 6:30-8:30 p.m., September 24 at the Grayson County Courthouse, 100 W. Houston St., Sherman.  Attendees at this Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Grayson County sponsored event will not only sample easy, nutritious twists to some of the most enjoyed Texas dishes but will also have the opportunity to win fun door prizes throughout the night.

Joyce White, Grayson County Extension Agent for Family and Community Health, said that this is a wonderful way to learn about the dinner tonight program and free recipes, watch area chefs prepare dishes, sample foods and have a lot of fun.

Tracy Homuth, will serve as our master of ceremonies and will entertain us throughout the program.  Chef Cathy Zeis, author, TV personality, website developer of Eat Like The Rainbow, Inc as well as Chef Sheila Kluss, Bean Me Up Coffee Shop and Against the Grain catering will demonstrate recipes for participants to sample and offer healthy cooking tips along the way.

Youth Path to the Plate Ambassadors and local 4-H youth will assist with serving samples to participants.

Attendance for this event is $20 per person. To register got to: https://grayson.agrilife.org/event/dinnertonight/ and complete the registration form.   Attendance is limited and only a few spots remain. For more information, contact Joyce White, CEA-FCH at 903-813-4203 or by email to joyce.white@ag.tamu.edu .