“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.”

Helen Keller

Culinary Team Building

Tasty Lessons From The Kitchen For The Workplace

Culinary Team Building



There’s NO better place than the kitchen to learn how to work as a team.  

Cooking is about the magic of transformation; the emergence of a beautiful, delicious, nourishing meal that is complete and satisfies in a way that no one individual component alone could.  

Bring your diverse cast of characters, your company, your team, and even your family, together for a true transformational experience.

Got a team that needs to gel?  Is it time for some group bonding?  Need to learn the art of collaboration?  

We’ve got the recipe: Cooking and sharing a great meal.

After all, the words “company” and “companion” spring from the same two root words – “com” which means “together” and “panis” which means “bread”.

A company is simply those who break bread together.

And as a result,  accomplish great things.

Culinary Team Building

+ DiSC


Suh-weeten your culinary team building experience with DiSC!

DiSC is a personality and behavioral styles assessment tool that helps you build more effective relationships:

  • How do you naturally behave?
  • How do you problem solve?
  • What is your preferred communication style?
  • And most importantly, how can your team work more effectively by understanding each other’s style.

Each person will receive an in-depth personalized style report.



Participants divided into teams for a hands-on cooking experience guided by professional chefs.

Each team will prepare 1 recipe: Entree, side, salad, dessert.

Each team will prepare enough food for the entire goup.

Appeitzer will be provided while participants cook.

The group will collectively share their meal.


Fun and relaxed atmosphere.

 Teams enjoy getting to know each other outside of the work environment.

Refresh a sense of camaraderie for teams that have a history of working together.

Provides a strong team foundation for new teams.



2.5-Hour Culinary Team Building Event

Led by trained chefs.

Multiple menus to select from

Suh-weeten the Experience!:  Facilitated DiSC Behavioral Style Assessment and Training.



Food and equipment necessary to prepare the menu.

Plates, utenils, etc. needed to enjoy the meal.

Take-home recipe booklet.

White plate with a sage colored napkin lying the center tied twine and adorned with a single sage leaf. The plate is sitting on a wooden table with a fork, a glass, and a white bowl.

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