The event will provide the public with
the opportunity to learn the basics of cooking with a variety of soy
products, including tofu, soy flour, soy milk and textured vegetable
protein. Participants can taste several different recipes made from
those products. They can also take home a number of easy-to-prepare
recipes designed with the busy cook in mind.
The program will be at the Consumer
Testing Center, Room 45, National Soybean Research Center, 1101 W.
Peabody Drive in Urbana. The building is located at the corner of
Pennsylvania Avenue and Dorner Drive on the U of I campus, with free
parking available in the lot directly to the south.
All participants must register prior to
May 29. No walk-ins will be allowed.
Registrations can be made by e-mailing Cheryl Sullivan at
email@example.com or by calling
the Illinois Center for Soy Foods at (217) 244-1706.
[University of Illinois news release]