How many times have you heard your friends complain about not being able to cook?
The truth, no matter how much we deny it though, is that we’ve simply become too lazy to learn.
Yummie Network’s Founder and CEO, Beth Peterson, set out to change this way of thinking one class at a time, in hopes that she can impact people to begin cooking more.
“I’m a strong believer that people should cook more, rather than going out to eat. Not only is it healthier but cooking together is a great way for families to bond.,” Peterson said.
The former ESPN Game Day Correspondent led a delightful cooking class for women on Sunday, April 23 at Liam Brex Kitchen Studios in Naperville, Illinois.
Peterson’s cooking demonstration was then followed by a delicious dinner for the attendees and their significant others.
“Cooking for these ladies was such a fun experience,” Beth Peterson said. “Cooking is one of my passions and I love being able to share my culinary knowledge with others.”
The cooking class, which was sponsored by Aussie Beef and Lamb, featured their delicious grass fed, pasture raised, antibiotic free meat, which the guests loved.
The event was a success and Peterson hopes to host another cooking class soon.