#FoodieFriday: Cozymeal, the Airbnb of Cooking Classes

by Bebe Brown on November 16, 2018 in Food,

Are you trying to figure out what to gift your favorite foodie (or yourself!) this holiday season?

How about an experiential gift? After all, when it comes to gift giving, studies (and celebrities) have confirmed that material gifts are ho-hum rather than ho-ho-ho, and that experiences provide our giftees much more satisfaction.

Now available in Austin, Dallas and Houston, plus other cities around our nation, Cozymeal is the country’s largest on-demand dining experience service offering private and shared cooking classes hosted by leading, even award-winning, chefs.

Cozymeal’s experiences are the perfect way to satisfy a favorite food lover, give a taste of the world to the traveler in our lives, or just bond with friends, family, or a significant other. There are even classes for kids and those on Vegan, Keto and other diets, too.

Over its 19 cities, Cozymeal offers Kenyan to Italian to French to Japanese to Chinese to Mediterranean to Cuban cuisines. Plus diets from vegan to pescatarian to gluten free to kosher. Courtesy photo

From hand-rolled Japanese sushi to Michelin-star desserts and everything else in between, attendees can choose from 500+ cooking classes starting at just $65, which they can attend right in the chef’s kitchen or even in the comfort of their own home.

With Cozymeal, guests can practice new skills in the chef’s kitchen or even in the comfort of their own home. Courtesy photo

Yes, with the Cozymeal “My Place” option, guests can choose to have the culinary experience at their house (“my place”) . It’s like having a personal chef – on demand! The alternative is the “Chef’s Place” – either the chef’s personal kitchen, or a place of their choosing.

But who is going to be doing the cooking? Cozymeal works only with professional chefs. In addition, many of their chefs are current and former executive chefs of Michelin-star restaurants, best-selling cookbook authors and current and former chefs of celebrities. Every chef who wants to join Cozymeal has to submit an application and pass Cozymeal’s stringent, multiple round, vetting process. (Plus, Cozymeal provides full liability insurance and a payment protection for all of its customers and chefs through the Cozymeal Escrow system.)

From hand-rolled Japanese sushi to Michelin-star desserts and everything else in between, attendees can choose from 500+ Cozymeal cooking classes. Courtesy photo

There’s a huge variety of experiences available. Over its (currently) 19 cities, Cozymeal offers Kenyan to Italian to French to Japanese to Chinese to Mediterranean to Cuban cuisines. Plus diets from vegan to pescatarian to gluten free to kosher. That means, there’s always something for everyone.

Now, simply go online, and find and book an experience—or buy a gift card—instantly with a few clicks. Welcome to your own chef’s table, and Happy Holidays!