It’s known that food is an innately social experience. Food is almost always shared. It’s a time that your family and friends can dedicate to catching up while providing your body with much-needed nutrition. The entire process of creating a meal, from market to table, is infused with social experiences.
In an age with technology at our fingertips, mealtimes are still a place to get back to the basics. Food has a completely tactile sense to it. It’s prepared with your hands and experienced with all of your senses. And when you share it and eat it, you’re mind is miles away from the pixels of our social devices. At least mine is.
All this to say, we are a group that loves food. We love to eat it, cook it, talk about it, photograph it, share it. You get the point. So what better way to bring a shared passion together than by collaborating with each other every other Friday to share recipes, take field trips, learn together (we’ve got a knife-skills class planned that I’m super pumped about!) and of course — eat. Food is social. We are social. It’s really a perfect fit.