Cooking class parties are fun!!!
It’s an easy, enjoyable and special way to entertain a small group of good friends. Everyone can learn something new, something they can really sink their teeth into, and enjoy the fruits of their labor, too. After all, hasn’t it been too long since you’ve played with your food?
There are only two rules:
1. Remember that the menu should reflect not only the food EVERYONE likes, but be at the cooking comfort level of everyone invited.
2. Get ready to roll up your sleeves.
So here are a few ideas for fun parties.
For the Foodies out there who already love to experiment in the kitchen, try for something a little more challenging and sophisticated and incorporate a Wine Tasting in the mix.
For those who live a hectic life, try some Simple and Speedy Suppers ideas to take back with them to reduce their stress without compromising delicious meals or having to heat up prepared dinners.
Ever have that heart stopping moment when an unexpected guest arrives at the door? Well, it’s time to learn how to create appetizers and main courses in a flash.
It’s that time of year when kids reach a certain age and they’re off to university or college, leaving behind a fully stocked kitchen, including someone to cook for them. Give them a party to learn how to do better than take out and all with only one pot and one pan.
Are you an Empty Nester, used to cooking for the family and now they’ve flown the coop? It’s time to experiment and try all those dishes the kids used to turn their up noses at.
Many people today are turning to a vegetarian lifestyle, if not permanently, then at least part-time. There are so many choices for tasty, mouthwatering and hearty dishes; even the biggest carnivores feel satisfied.
And just for fun - Tapas menu
Let’s not forget the office, corporate team building takes on a new meaning when it’s done in the kitchen. Time management, delegation of roles and responsibilities and, negotiation of resources are just a few of the skills needed when your team gets together to cook up lunch.
We've moved! Unfortunately, I won't be doing any parties in Toronto. If you live in the Halifax area, and are interested in hosting a party, you can contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .