As the weather starts to cool down, hanging out has become more of a challenge and I'm always looking for a fun and interactive indoor activity. When I received an invite to attend the press event at Cook & Go, I was pumped! Cook & Go is an awesome venue that allows you to do just what it says...cook, and go! The concept is brilliant. They have a short cooking class where you make an individual portion of a meal then you box it up and you take it elsewhere to eat. The set up is beautiful and I was super excited to get started.
Our chef was awesome and we had four fantastic dishes to make. The best part of the process is that you make your own dish, so you can add a little flair. My absolute favorite dish was the Ravioli with Pumpkin Sage Sauce.
We assembled the three cheese ravioli ourselves then cooked it…and of course I made a few extra pieces. The chef was also kind enough to give me some sauce to go. YUM! The panko crusted chicken bites were quite easy to make, and I have already replicated them at home.
Our entrées were restaurant worthy, and quite hearty! We also had not one, but two desserts!
The Chocolate Cranberry Tart tasted great but mine fell apart a little in the oven.
The Maple Upside Down Cake was much more successful!
I truly enjoyed the experience, and you can also take advantage of it. For a limited time, Cook & Go is offering my readers a chance to get a 10% discount! It’s totally worth it and I already have plans to return in January. Register here and use the password: Lady. Also not a bad idea if you're still looking for a list minute holiday gift!
This is also a great place for anyone who is unsure about whether they can cut it in the kitchen. You'll have some easy starter recipes created by well trained chefs! I also got to walk away with a new apron.
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