When booking a virtual cooking class, choose an easy recipe such as homemade pasta that can be taught to make with or without equipment.
Add on a cocktail kit or bottle of wine that pairs well with the featured dish to round out the experience.
Consider organizing a virtual cooking class as an alternative to an in-person holiday party.
Include swag and branded items such as custom bamboo cutting boards or aprons with your company logo, along with the ingredient kits.
You might want to book a virtual cooking class that’s based around a theme such as vegetarian and plant-based dishes or Italian cuisine. Or consider offering it in partnership with a local nonprofit organization that feeds those in need.
Some vendors will also teach attendees professional catering plating techniques, so the dish looks as good as it tastes.
Virtual cooking classes are a fun way to support event planning businesses such as caterers.
In addition to virtual cooking classes, some vendors also offer educational events that give attendees a food-related experience, such as a tour of Italian wine country or an exploration of Thai cuisine, illustrating how food and drink connect within a culture.