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‘Live Well’: Taste of Home show coming to Bakersfield

By LIVE WELL STAFF
Wednesday, Oct 15 2014 08:55 PM

Jewelery vendors, make-up consultants and delicious food. That is what you can expect at the sixth annual Girls Day Out &  Taste of Home Cooking event sponsored by The Bakersfield Californian.

Wednesday on “Live Well,” Shauna Rockwell talked about the vendors and “shop ‘til you drop” event.

This year, the event will be held on a Saturday so that everyone can stop by. Besides shopping, there will be a live Taste of Home cooking show.

“The goodie bags will have a copy of the cookbook so people can prepare the food at home,” Rockwell said. If you want to be part of the VIP crowd, Dave Perkins of Urners invited people to buy tickets for that experience.

In the VIP lounge, you can relax on comfy furniture, sample desserts and kick up...

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