Information on Greek cooking, craft projects and cooking onions will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday.
Aris Kefalogiannis is the CEO of Gaea Products in Athens, Greece. He’s going to show the Greek style of serving baked potatoes. The secret ingredients are sea salt, Greek yogurt, Gaea extra-virgin olive oil and a dab of olive paste.
Sara Mower will show how to make a variety of fun and easy-to-do projects using a colorful line of richly printed design papers, including elements inspired by nature, culture, different eras and more. She represents Roylco Inc. in Anderson, S.C.
Kim Reddin represents the National Onion Association, and she’s going to demonstrate three basic ways to cook onions on the stovetop: sweating, sauteing and caramelizing. Each method creates onion flavor galore. Reddin is from Greeley, Colo.
Information on grapes, decorating cakes and preparing recipes with a Mediterranean flair will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday.
Jim Howard of the California Table Grape Commission will demonstrate a sweet and spicy salad as he talks about the health benefits of grapes and tells how they may help lower the risk of heart disease and cancer. He is from Fresno, Calif.
Nancy Siler of Wilton Industries will show how to decorate a variety of different butterfly-shaped cakes. Siler is from Woodridge, Ill.
Onions are an integral part of ethnic cooking, and Nancy Teksten, who represents the National Onion Association in Greeley, Colo., will demonstrate some delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes that have a Mediterranean flair.