Thank you for this opportunity to teach cooking classes to your group!
We are excited to present class ideas and class time suggestions below.
I recommend 4:30pm for those who want to put dinner on the table, and evening or weekend for those who want something fun to do with their families. Sundays have become popular on socials for baking. Bearing in mind the virtual fatigue we all feel, people look forward to ending their day early for a fun activity like cooking.
The suggested classes are great for families. The ingredients are easy to purchase, inexpensive for multiple participants, and allows each family member the chance to make something on their own, instead of sharing the task like a one-pot dish or casserole.
Employee Sign Up Sheet Suggestion:
Tuesday Baking & Pastry 4:30pm or 7pm
Thursday Handmade Ravioli & Sauce 4:30pm or 7pm
Saturday Two Sushi Rolls with Sushi Rice 10am or 5pm
Scroll down for our sample landing page or visit Company XYZ. Standard for every page is a shopping list, recipes, equipment list and Webex link. You can add your logo or photos as well.
Some classes are heavy on prepping, so we like to offer skills videos that people can watch ahead of the class. Also, if the classes require in-depth explanation we feel we can't cover in the time slot we can create supplemental videos to support the class.
At the end of the class, if anyone missed all or part of the class, we post the recorded Webex video.
One of our most popular classes is hand made ravioli without a machine, using a dough roller or a wine bottle. The easiest menu is baked ravioli. The ravioli sheets are made, stuffed, cut and instead of boiled, which can be an issue for first timers, they are baked. We can offer gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan/veg options.
Baking and pastry is one of the hottest trends for home cooks right now. Our most popular menus are chocolate eclairs and profiteroles (technically known as paté a choux & pastry cream).
Adults and kids love our cake making and decorating, making yeast rolls, focaccia & galettes, as well as gluten-free alternatives.
From California roll to spicy tuna roll, from learning how to make perfect shrimp tempura, we can teach participants to make the perfect sushi roll. Also on this menu is miso soup and wasabi dipping sauce. These are naturally gluten-free, except for the soy sauce. An additional dipping sauce can be made with gluten free ingredients.
Team Building with Cookology Chef
Saturday, September 12, 2020 4:30 pm | 2 hours | (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Meeting number: 132 934 YJDA
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With Chef Ed Hardy
With Chef Ed Hardy
Please note, that if you do not have tart pans, you can use the cupcake tin!
Chef Ed Hardy teaches basic whipped cream!
Chef Ed shows you how to make a fool proof pie crust.