Let's Make Some MeatballsAverage rating: 5.0 Number of ratings:(1) 1 hour virtual event
Event short description
Come together to learn what makes the perfect meatball and to cook traditional meatballs from the country of your choosing.
- $500 + $50 / person
- This host will provide a zoom video conference.
- This event supports 10 - 100 participants.
- 1 hour
Book this event
$500 + $50 / person
How it works
In this experience, you'll learn about the variations in spices and preparations that have led to beloved meatball traditions around the world. Choose in advance whether your group will make a meatball recipe from Italy, Turkey, Thailand, or China.
Cook along with Debbie or sip some wine while observing her techniques for making meatballs from the tradition you have chosen. A shopping list will be sent to your group for the meatball tradition you have chosen.
This event is perfect for employee engagement and connection, this class caters to all levels and helps people feel like more of a pro in their own kitchen! No advanced cooking skills are required for this experience - household members of all ages are invited to join the fun. After the hour-long cooking lesson is complete, participants are invited to stay on Zoom to enjoy their meal together.
Things you'll need
Ingredients from the shopping list provided on the Event Homepage
Access to a flat surface and an oven
A laptop or a screen with the ability to log into Zoom. For this event, we recommend a desktop or laptop for the best experience.
How to join
This event is delivered using the video platform: Zoom
The host is not able to use a video link provided by you.
Other things you will need to join:
- Link to this event, provided after purchase
- Internet connected device, tablets and phones are supported
- Internet connection
Debbie is a personal chef who prepared meals in her client’s homes prior to the coronavirus pandemic. She is now teaching virtual cooking classes and has helped many organizations bring their teams together, build cross- team connections and treat clients by cooking together. Some of the companies Debbie has worked with are Adobe, Pitney Bowes, and State Street Bank. Debbie believes in integrating whole foods and healthy ingredients into meals. Debbie’s goal is to help participants build confidence while making tasty dishes in their own kitchens.