Food enthusiasts from the Chicagoland are invited to gather together to celebrate a collective appreciation for cooking and delicious food. MealSharing.com, a website that connects travelers and local over home cooked meals, will be collaborating with local host Judy Wu, a local food writer, to host an interactive cooking part for over 100 people from 5:30 – 10:00 p.m. this Saturday, February 21, 2015 held in Chicago’s West Loop. The inspiration behind this event is to celebrate the creative and talented home chefs in Chicago with old and new friends.
The driving force behind this meal is to have all guests cook and share a favorite dish with other attendees. This cooking party aligns with MealSharing.com’s agenda to establish a bond across communities for home-chefs everywhere. Here in Chicago, guests at the party will be cooking for each other at the event, creating a multicultural pot-luck dinner and the opportunity to taste new cuisines. To further the celebration, guests are encouraged to bring with them homemade prepackaged foods to swap with other participants.
MealSharing.com is a website that connects travelers and locals together for home-cooked meals with the intention to build more connected communities through an approachable pastime: home-cooking. Founder Jay Savsani created MealSharing.com after his eating experiences while traveling in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Today, the website is available in more than 450 cities around the world, allowing anyone the ability to host or attend a meal by creating a free online account.
The Chicago Market, a co-op grocery store opening later this year, will also be present to speak and share their mission for Chicago.
For more information and to sign up to attend the meal, please visit: http://bit.ly/1wJFMYe