Keeping It Hot in the Kitchen

Posted by Diane Hoch in Newsletters with No Comments

The Holidays are a wonderful time to reestablish and celebrate connections with the most important people in our lives. As we move indoors to escape the cold, old family stories and recipes resurface. New and old friends fill our homes as we all look back on the year, preparing and enjoying our favorite foods together.

If you’re single, though, the Holidays can be a lonely time that brings your own romantic life into sharp focus.

If you’re dreading your relationship status becoming a sore point of conversation at the table this Holiday season, why not try a new and exciting way of getting out there to meet new people? After all, The perfect date isn’t going to slide down the chimney, or appear gift-wrapped under the tree. Heart of berries

The Food Evolution’s Singles Cooking Connection helps make sure that even as the thermometer is dropping outside, things are heating up in the kitchen. With this cooking class created specifically for singles, sparking romance is easier than you think!

It’s easy to become fast friends around food. The structure of a fun, dynamic cooking class helps to take the edge off right off the bat. The Food Evolution kitchen is a welcoming, non-threatening environment where you can feel free to be yourself. And you don’t have to worry about breaking the ice! There’s always something to do or talk about as you’re cooking and enjoying a healthy, fresh meal together.

Classes are grouped according to age and gender, and every member goes through a simple online application process to make sure each class is full of age-appropriate, like- minded prospects. You can even use a Food Evolution gift card towards the class, so if you’re happily partnered, you can give the gift of healthy wining and dining to your favorite single friend or relative!

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  • The Food Evolution is a nutrition and cooking center designed to teach you how to prepare delicious and nutritious "whole foods".
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