Team Building Sushi

Culinary Team Building: A Recipe for Success

Recent research has proven what I’ve secretly suspected all along; bring people together in a creative environment, get them working on something that interests them and teams will be bonding before you know it.

Top Notch Culinary Team Building Options

Master Chef

Improve your cooking skills and serve up team building tips on the side.

Chefs demonstrate a few delectable meals and then it’s over to you and your team to create a new food product within an allocated time.

See which team members have the potential for a Michelin star and who’s destined to be the bottle washer.

Cake Making

Make the most of your teams creatively and sweet tooth with a cake designing mission.

Working together teams must design and decorate their cakes and create some equally artistic packaging. A master pastry chef teaches you how to make a chocolate ganache filling, write in chocolate and stir up a mouth-watering butter frosting.

Prizes are awarded to the most inventive design. Plus everyone gets to leave with a slice of scrumptious cake.

Sushi Making

Team Building SushiDo you know your Temaki from your Futomaki?

Teams learn how to hand make sushi rolls in a fun and professional environment. A chef will also be on hand with lots of nibbles and samples.

Chocolate Making

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The most delicious chocolate team building experience; I mean who doesn’t love chocolate?!

In the Apprentice Chocolate Team Challenge it’s a race against the clock as teams create a new chocolate product, along with the packaging and a marketing plan. Practical thinking, problem solving and creative innovation are a must.

Teams present their product to a Dragon’s Den style judging panel.

The winning team receive chocolatey treats and everyone gets to take home their own handcraft chocolates.

[Images provided by Peter Pearson – Melted chocolate]