Corporate Team Building
Corporate Team Building and Private Group Virtual Cooking Events
At In My Kitchen, we have been fortunate to see the benefits of connecting online. We have brought families together across North America for an online culinary adventure. We have helped families celebrate milestone birthdays with households joining in from the west coast of Canada to the east coast of Canada. We have had fun cooking Persian food with Scout groups and helping corporate teams, celebrate each other and welcome new team members.
If you are looking for something a little different, that offers the opportunity to create a memory and meaningful connection through cooking and culture, than please send us an email and one of our In My Kitchen hosts will be happy to work with you and create a memorable experience.
How It Works:
One week before your cooking class your group will receive a detailed email with ingredient lists, utensils needed and what to prep in advance.
Day Before Your Culinary Adventure
Your group will receive their zoom information and recipes.
On The Day
Your group will be met online (Zoom) by an In My Kitchen team member who will facilitate the experience. Your Host, of course will be online to greet you too. We encourage lots of interaction during our culinary adventures. You will be provided with a link, after your experience, where you can download a recording of your culinary adventure.
After the cooking class is over, you may choose to stay online together as a group. The In My Kitchen team will leave the zoom and your group can stay and share the meal together, have a toast and enjoy.
What Guests Are Saying:
"That was a raving success, we had so much fun!" Heather B, Grade 11 Class Parent Group
"Our culinary adventure for my Mother's 80th birthday, exceeded our expectations. Melissa was amazing and the food was delicious. My mother said this was the best birthday she ever had. Michael E.
"We had a great time. Big thanks to both you and Melissa. It was such an amazing opportunity for our family to get together in a really unique way. We had 3 generations, fifteen households, four time zones and nine cities! " Carol F