Food has always been a part of our everyday lives and the variety of which can sometimes be lacking if you’re not sure how or even what to make. Before the internet was what it is today, you had to rely on your own personal experience, a purchased cookbook or family members to learn how to make different recipes. If you were not around experience cooks, your choices were quite limited and, more importantly, not very tasty.
The information age has given us the almighty recipe website. You now have the power to get the ingredients for nearly any kind of food imaginable. From something as simple as boiling water to preparing a three course meal, you can probably find the information you’re looking for on the internet.
However, even with this new information, how can you know if you’re doing it right? Sure, you have all the ingredients and the instructions, but will it taste right? Will the stew be a stew or will it turn out to be a soup? Is this supposed to be blackened? Or will it simply be burnt? If you don’t have formal culinary training, you could find yourself at the wrong end of a disaster.
Enter The World Cooking Project. The World Cooking Project is a groundbreaking service that allows you to cook with chefs from around the world without leaving your own kitchen. Grab a few friends and cook together or experience it individually – it’s your choice. Connect via Skype to an impressive array of dishes and cultures that is sure to make you in demand with family and friends. Learn about distant lands and connect with new cultures and people. You can also get an in depth look at a particular travel destination before you even arrive. It’s an amazing experience that will expand your horizons and your taste buds.
With this new service, you can connect to some impressive people. For instance, Veronica in Costa Rica cooks all natural, raw, vegetarian and vegan dishes. Fadrique is a professionally trained Chef, also in Costa Rica, who cooks all vegetarian cuisine. For those who enjoy heartier dishes, perhaps they would like to connect with Katia from Italy or even Elena from Moscow. Many different palates and regions are represented. For those that love tasty and healthy desserts, Sibyl is an excellent teacher who can show you how to make ginger papaya cake!
You don’t have to suffer through the mystery of a difficult recipe any longer. Simply logon to www.theworldcookingproject.com and explore the variety of dishes offered. Even if you have a recipe and aren’t sure how to make it, we offer a custom recipe request form on every page. Send us the info and the chefs will teach you how to make it properly.
Let’s cook together!