ManChef Team Building Road Show.
There's value in shared experience.
Is your team being asked to do more with less? Are the headlines moving your team away from motivation and closer to the 'hold on tight-it's going to be a bumpy ride' mindset? If your team is gripping the handles, their hands and minds are not free to create, inspire and to take the company to the next level.
Now more than ever your teams need to be cohesive, positive and efficient to meet the demands of doing it all with less people and on a slimmer budget. Unhappy and unmotivated employees reduce profit and raise expenses. It's that simple.
At The ManChef, we firmly believe that bringing people together to create using the inspiring and interactive nature of food and cooking, is your recipe for success and the best way to get your team to "let go" of the handles and move positively into the future.
Food and Cooking act as the great equalizer, allowing people from all cultures, ages, interests and abilities to gather together sharing the universal experience only Teambuilding Program which has its own team of highly skilled and experienced chefs to be engaging and inspire.
The ManChef Event Team will ensure that you are the consummate host when it comes to corporate and social events of all kinds. We offer a wide variety of solutions from team building hands on cooking classes.
Get your own aprons dirty during an intensive hands-on class geared toward team building and culinary creativity.
For more information please contact Peter at email@example.com
or 416 967 1818.
There are professional kitchens throughout Toronto and the surrounding area that can be reserved to accommodate your corporate team building group. Ask Peter for more information about a location nearest you for your next event. If you prefer the culinary team building class to be held in your home, condominium party room, office these is also a popular option.
Peter's Cooking Tips & Tricks
Bring food to room temperature before cooking.
Modern refrigerators are excellent at keeping food fresh for a long time, but of course the food is very cold when you remove it ready to cook. Certain raw foods - meat (especially steak) and eggs, for example - are much tastier if they have been allowed to warm up for a time - at least 10 minutes, half-an-hour is better.