Have you considered ‘Corporate Cooking classes’ as a way of improving team spirit and building better working relationships?
At Denise’s kitchen, based in Northwood I can offer a truly bespoke experience that will be long remembered after the meal has been enjoyed! Your staff or key clients will cook together, enjoy various challenges together and then eat together and my events never fail to please.
Below are just some of the activities that I can provide:
- Ready, steady bake competitions
- Group baking options – biscuits, cakes and cupcakes
- Sushi making
- The great chilli cook-off
- Mystery box cooking – make what you can from a given set of ingredients
- Breadmaking – with different world foods
- Fun with chocolate
Why not have a business meeting first, facilities provided, followed by a bit of fun and food?
Any of the above can be combined with a fun food quiz and finished off by a delicious three-course or buffet lunch or dinner.
All ingredients, aprons, equipment are provided and I can cater for all dietary requirements including vegan, nut free, gluten free, kosher or any other specific allergy and I can tailor the event around any level of culinary expertise.
Price: typically, £75 per person (minimum of 6) including canapes, wines, soft drinks, tuition, cooking experience, buffet main meal, dessert, coffee and herbal teas.
Easy to find and only a short distance from Northwood station, on the Metropolitan line, and with ample parking, I am well situated for a corporate cooking team building or client entertaining event.
Take their word for it…
“Denise provided our 20-strong team with a sushi making event which included an amazing demonstration of how to make excellent sushi, then we all tried our hand with varying results but with great enjoyment and hilarity. Denise then served us a delicious and beautifully displayed lunch with a Japanese theme and the fun food quiz was a great team exercise. Denise provides the right balance of cooking expertise and practical demonstrations which are ideal for both corporate and private events.”
Andrew Rhodes, Managing Partner, Sobell Rhodes LLP