2. Team Up BIG - Co-Op
Team Up Variations
Team Up Freezer Cooking Co-Op is yet another way to fill your freezer with meals. A Co-Op works best with a large group of cooks, 5-25 cooks, and one Team Captain. The Team Captain plans the menu, shops, and oversees the meal assembly process the cooks will bring in exchange for her meals being paid for by the other cooks. It’s a great exchange. The more cooks involved the more savings per meal. There is much to talk about when organizing a co-op, and hopefully dinnercoach.com will have resources in the future.
3. Team Up - Parties
Teaming Up Parties appeal to cooks of all ages and food preferences. Simply pick a friend or friends, choose something to cook, and do it together. Team Up Parties
especially work for mothers of young children. Children can be happily occupied for a few hours playing while moms fix that night's dinner plus a few for the freezer. Moms can rotate planning and hosting a freezer cooking party. The events are over in 2 to 2 ½ hours. Everyone goes home with food and memories of a fun morning.