Creating bonds through cooking: Riverside Kitchen

Rekindling connections that have been neglected during Covid-19 disruptions is imperative for business relationships.

Coming together and sharing food is one of the best, time honoured ways to nurture and bond with others. One that is approached in a unique way during Riverside Kitchen’s cooking classes.

“The past 18 months have been hard slog for a lot of people,” says owner Kirsten Fox. “It’s vital for businesses to let their clients know that they’re important to them.”

The classes are also an excellent way for clients to get to know another side of the people they are used to only seeing on a professional level. Choose from a MasterChef-type team challenge or the Mystery Box Challenge.

“The Pasta Challenge is really popular and fun,” says Kirsten. “We’re right upstairs from Riverside Market. The teams are given Riverside dollars which they use to buy ingredients for a ravioli filling, then they run back and get cooking.”

Think of it as a group bonding experience without having to do an obstacle course, through mud. Kirsten says that you can cook your way to better relationships. Call 021 168 7209, email

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