If you are looking for ways to improve collaboration in your organization, consider hosting a virtual cooking class for team building!
Team building is essential for any organization that wants to create a cohesive and productive team. It helps to improve communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills, which can lead to increased productivity and innovation. Team building can also help to boost employee morale and create a more positive work environment.
Virtual cooking classes are a great way to promote collaboration, communication, cultural understanding, and employee morale. These classes allow team members to work together to prepare a meal, while also learning about different cultures and cuisines. This can be a fun and rewarding experience that helps to build stronger teams.
Here are some specific examples of how virtual cooking classes can support team building:
Making pizza from scratch is a satisfying and fun way to celebrate any occasion with your peers! During this step-by-step class, you’ll learn the key fundamentals of making yeasted pizza dough from scratch and how to prepare a tomato-based sauce and simple toppings. Your host, Chef Maya, will also discuss the history of ingredients used throughout the recipes.
Bring your team together for an evening “by the water” and a meal that will land on all the right notes! With the guidance of Baltimore-born Chef Maya, you’ll learn how to prepare a meal that celebrates the flavors of Charm City. Menu options include delicious items like Baltimore-Style Crab Cakes or Chesapeake Bay Chicken.
Explore the roots of Chef Lana’s favorite dishes that highlight the Black experience in America. During this class, you’ll learn how to cook Chef Lana’s fine-dining version of these classic items as she educates your team on their cultural importance. Dishes that you may explore together include Suya-Spiced Tuna Tartare, Peanut-Braised Chicken, and Red Velvet Pot-de-Cremes.
Pholourie is a fried & spiced split pea snack of Indo-Caribbean origin that’s loved by many across the Caribbean. During this class, Chef Alana will guide your team as you make your own! Bonus – this experience includes a bottle of Chef Alana’s amazingly delicious tamarind sauce sent directly to your home!
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Sofrito is the classic flavoring base for many Caribbean dishes. During this experience, Chef Corey will teach you which ingredients go into a Puerto Rican Sofrito and prepare it alongside you. You will leave the experience with historical knowledge of Sofrito’s origin, and an understanding of its different variations throughout the Caribbean.
A: To organize a virtual cooking class for your team, choose a date and time that works for everyone. Then, select a class that interests you from our marketplace, Adá Experiences. In a few simple clicks, book your class and start chatting with your chef to confirm any details. We’ll send you the shopping list to share with your team in advance so they can gather the ingredients. We will also provide your video conferencing room.
A: Virtually cooking classes typically range from $20-75 per person. Classes that include ingredient kits shipped to your home tend to cost more.
A: During your virtual cooking class, you should expect a warm welcome and introduction from your chef followed by step-by-step instructions for creating your featured dish. Your chef will sprinkle in personal stories or historical facts about the food you’re enjoying. They will be available to answer questions about the recipe, cooking process, or life as a chef.
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