Looking for a Unique Night Out?
You’ve had great fun doing Paint Night, Bowling Night, Jewelry Parties, Shopping Parties, and Purse Parties. Why not try a Cooking Party?
Learning to make simple, wholesome meals in your own kitchen is good for easing your hunger, your mind, your senses……your waistline, your wallet…
Cooking parties are a great way to have fun learning how to cook with a group of friends.
You host a party at your house and invite up to 12 friends. I’ll come to your house and do a cooking demonstration. I’ll walk you and your friends through a few recipes and then you get to eat what I make.
When you host a party, I will work with you to create a menu, and then I’ll give you a shopping list for the main ingredients based on your selections- the meat, fish, produce, etc. and you purchase those main items. I will bring everything else, including spices, oils, incidentals, and obscure ingredients. You can have complete control of your budget. And, your lesson is free!
I keep the recipes very simple for Cooking Parties. My most popular theme is making side dishes that are easy and impressive! When you leave, you’ll have recipe and the skill to make a great side dish to bring to your next gathering.
Cooking parties work best with 6-12 people. I will provide samples for participants to munch on while learning.
Consider a cooking party for your next Girls Night Out, Birthday Party, or Date Night with 3 or 4 other couples.
I also do cooking parties for kids ages 10 and up!
What Does it Cost?
Cooking parties for 4-6 people are $50 per person. For parties of 7-12 people, cost is $35 per person. There is a 12 person maximum. Payment must be made two weeks in advance of your party date.
Cost for kids parties is $25 per child. The kids should be at least 10 years old and parties are for a maximum of 10 kids. I want to make sure every child gets to do something- whether it be measuring, cracking eggs, mixing.
I did a party recently for 10 lovely little girls. We made pancakes from scratch. The kids split into pairs and each pair made their own batch. We made three different sized pancakes and the girls assembled snowmen and then decorated them. It was great fun for all of us! It’s my job to hold their attention and the best way to do that is to have something for them to do, which is why 10 is a comfortable number.