Sometimes there aren't enough hours in the day to cook, either because of daylight savings time or time-gobbling time-goblins. Squeeze all the hours out of your day-rag with today's Groupon to I Don't Want to Cook. Choose from the following options:
- $80 for a two-hour couple's cooking class (a $300 value)
- $80 for a wine and cheese or wine and chocolate tasting for two (a $300 value)
- $139 for a romantic dinner for two (a $400 value)
I Don't Want to Cook’s cooking class introduces you to a professional chef, who will spend up to two hours bringing a gourmet meal to life before your hungry eyes in your own home; if you want, you'll be permitted to participate in the meal-prep action. The chef will then clean up the mess as you and your friend, spouse, or lifelike android consume the results and keep the recipie. The tasting experience gets tongues a taste-bud-enriching chance to sample fine wines paired with either delicious chocolates or delicious cheeses, all while learning about the potentially dangerous consequences of mismatching. You can also opt for the romantic dinner, a candlelit date night that graces your familiar meal table with a three-course eating excursion and allows you to "go out" without the hassle of actually leaving the house.
I Don't Want to Cook's talented food fashionistas handle the whole experience from start to finish. Any necessary grocery shopping, food prep, cleanup, and after-dinner fire spinning exhibition is included. Click here to view a sample of the cooking company's contemporary fares, and call ahead to make reservations.
Not valid on Sundays or the days before or after a holiday. You must have running water, gas, electricity, an operational stovetop and oven, a refrigerator, operating light fixtures, a sink, and a garbage can.
- Working clients say using this service has given them 10 to 12 more hours a week in free time. They no longer have to cook and go to the grocery store. – Pocono Record
- Diaz has more than 15 years of culinary experience. He studied at the Pennsylvania Institute of Culinary Arts but held down a job at a restaurant at the same time. He soon decided he was learning more at his job than at school and chose to pursue his profession full time. – nmilner, Electric City Renaissance