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'Try My Kitchen' Offers Cooking Classes, Group Dinners and Hosted Meals

 - Sep 27, 2015
References: trymykitchen & londonist
For those who want to experience new food in a social environment, 'Try My Kitchen' coordinates group dining events that open participants' eyes to new forms of cuisine, teach them how to cook their own meals, let them try up-and-coming restaurants or invite them to enjoy a homecooked meal and meet people who share their interest in gourmet fare.

Various experiences are posted on the Try My Kitchen site, from group meals at restaurants to cooking classes by professional chefs to social dinners cooked by Try My Kitchen users and hosted in their own homes. Visitors to the site can pre-book any social dining experience that strikes their fancy.

With the rise of social media and maker culture, there's been a movement to return to a more social culture of dining, where foodies recognize that a perfect meal should be presented and shared. In this way, Try My Kitchen perfectly buys into the zeitgeist of modern foodie culture.