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Who Said You Can't Host A Cook-In? Not Me!
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Don R
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By DonR  12-20-2014


When I ask people if they would like to host a cook-in, I've heard "I don't have the knowledge (substitute skill, experience, ability, time,  expertise,  training)." Actually anyone can host a Cook-In with the understanding that they do not need to lead it. Here are more ideas for hosting one and picking out leaders:

After leading crock-pot meals classes at the senior center and basic cooking classes at the food bank, I've come to realize that cooking for a family is not rocket science. Nor do you need a college degree to host a kitchen full of average adults.  In each class there were plenty of people who already knew how to cook.   Therefore, hosting is merely providing a place to cook, tools  and a few recipes to use. The group will bring ingredients and do…

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