Cooking classes are an excellent way to bond and connect with people we care about. Especially, right now when it seems people have lost the ability to connect, even though, we live in times where we’re supposed to be more connected than ever due to technology.
So, today we want to tell you how attending a cooking class with your family, and friends can recapture those strong connections, make them stronger, and more! Read on to see the benefits.
It’s less expensive and healthier
We know home cooking is healthier and less expensive than eating out all the time. Going to restaurants is fun but it’s not something you should do often. It’s healthier to cook at home and enjoy a good meal in a restaurant from time to time.
Besides, sometimes, when our budget is tight we still want to have a good time with our friends or family, preparing a nice meal at home can be just as tasteful and fun as going to a restaurant, plus you get to stay in the comfort of your home!
Cooking classes as a family activity. Cook Together.
Nowadays, and especially in quarantine, people are always on their phones and computers. We often find ourselves in the same room with our family but no one talks or really cares about spending quality time together.
That kind of relationship with those around us is not healthy and we should always try to connect with them to be happier and make them happier. Therefore, activities like cooking together will help, it really gets you to talk, have fun and connect with your loved ones. That’s why, a family cooking class is a great idea!
For that reason, we want to invite you to participate in our upcoming online cooking classes we have every month. Pasta Making Social on February 19th and Flavours of the World – Portugal on February 26th. In both of these classes, you’ll connect with your family or friends and also get to make new connections with other participants. In addition to the connections, you’ll learn new cooking tips and tricks from Professional Chef Dario and Anita. You can’t miss it.
You’ll entertain your children
Now more than ever, children are stuck at home most of the time. This usually means they spend a lot more time on their tablets, phones, and computers. But it’s not good for their physical and mental health to be in front of a screen all day.
Cooking with them, whether it is just you with them at home or in an online cooking class, can be a great way to entertain them. Plus, it’ll help them to be healthier, more efficient, and more independent adults in the future.
Cooking classes to learn new tasty recipes
Trying new things can be a little scary. You may sometimes want to try a new recipe, but you don’t know where to start. We’ve all been there, sometimes just bored of the same old recipes. If that’s you, our cooking classes at home, Pasta Making Socials, and Flavours of the World are perfect for you!
Chef Dario Tomaselli and Rich Life & Health Strategist Anita Heidema are experts in this area and with them by your side you have nothing to be afraid of! They’ll guide you through every step of the process and make it easy for you.
Finally, if you want the ultimate cooking class experience, you have to try our International Dinner Club. An online program that encourages you to have fun with your family and friends while enjoying the Mediterranean lifestyle! And if you want to receive our “What’s Stirring” newsletter to get updated on our events and cooking classes, recommendations of top products, and cooking advice, sign up free now!
Join us in the amazing Mediterranean lifestyle to have a happier and healthier life with your loved ones.