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Kelly

Central American Chaos Cooking In Panama City Hosted By Kelly Knowles And Cherie Yanek

  • Friday, January 30th, 2015
  • 7:00pm - 11:00pm
A participatory cooking extravaganza.

Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and ...show more
A participatory cooking extravaganza.

Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and then cooks together in one space. All recipes must be finished and space returned to original condition by the end of the event, while everyone is socializing, enjoying drinks and eating tasty dishes.

Before:
Think about what you'd like to make
Invite people you trust
Tweet and blog about the event using #chaoscooking
Share on Facebook

What to bring:
Bring the ingredients necessary for a bunch of people to try a little bit of your dish
A bottle of wine
Optional:
Extra knives, cutting boards and tupperware to bring extra food home.

Guidelines:
Everyone MUST prepare something.
Everyone must pitch in to help restore the space to its original condition, without being asked.
Try not to lose any fingers.

During the event:
Greet everyone with a giant smile
Take lots of pictures and short videos
We take a group picture right before cleanup

Chaos Cooking Culture:
We shake hands with our elbows, when we cook
We are friendly, open and caring
Together we cook, we eat, we laugh, we make a mess, we clean it up, and it's beautiful
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Meredith

Chaos Cooking Social In Raleigh Hosted By Meredith L

  • Saturday, January 31th, 2015
  • 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Check out the details on:
http://www.meetup.com/Chaos-Cooking-Dinner-Parties/
Check out the details on:
http://www.meetup.com/Chaos-Cooking-Dinner-Parties/ less info
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Claire

Chaos Cooking Social In Cambridge Hosted By Claire Jefferies

  • Saturday, January 31th, 2015
  • 6:30pm - 10:30pm
Hi everyone,

Happy New Year - hope it's a good one for you. After a period of hibernati ...show more
Hi everyone,

Happy New Year - hope it's a good one for you. After a period of hibernation over Christmas, Cambridge Chaos Cooking is back! For those of you who are new to Chaos Cooking here is how it works:

How Chaos Cooking works:.

Everyone brings the ingredients to make one dish - starter/main/dessert and it only need be big enough for everyone who comes to try a little bit - and then we all cook together in one space. All recipes must be finished and space returned to its original condition by the end of the event, while everyone is socialising, enjoying drinks and eating tasty dishes.

Everyone MUST prepare something on the night and MUST bring a bottle/drink of choice. Everyone must also pitch in to help restore the space to its original condition.

1) When you arrive, check in, say hi and pour yourself a glass
2) Start making your dish
3) Help other folks with theirs
4) Try some dishes, share your dish, meet some great new people
5) Wrap up some food to take home
6) Join in the cleanup from around 9.30pm

We recommend making something that, if it needs cooking, takes 15-20 minutes at the grill/oven/hob.

I have a microwave, four-ring gas hob, oven and grill, so it's emphasis on the chaos! Whilst eyeing up your slot at the grill; meet, greet, chop, slice and enjoy everyone's company.

What to bring:.

Bring the ingredients necessary for your chosen dish, a drink to share with others, knives, pans, big bowls or chopping boards and tupperware to take extra food home. You are welcome to use my kitchen gadgets/dishes/bowls/pans but naturally there aren't enough to make everyone's dishes, so please do bring yours too!

What is supplied:.

Crockery, cutlery, a few pots/pans, knives, chopping boards, cooking dishes and usual kitchen gadgetry (peeler etc...), tinfoil, cling film and bits to do the clean-up. If your gadget of choice isn't on offer, you'll have to get creative :o).

Finding out the meetup location:

You'll see the partial address is shown at the top of this event page so you have a good idea where it is. RSVP to the event itself to receive an email in good time with the full address.

How to get to the event:.

Bikes can be locked up securely and there is free parking on-street. If you'd like to try to get a lift to the event, message me on here and just let me know where you live: I will send out a message in advance asking for anyone who can give lifts from your area.

Any more questions about how we do things, drop me a message on here!

See you there!

Claire less info
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Menachem

Dairy Free Chaos Cooking!

  • Sunday, February 01th, 2015
  • 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Dairy free chaos cooking!

Eggs are okay!
Meat is okay!
Fish is okay!
...show more
Dairy free chaos cooking!

Eggs are okay!
Meat is okay!
Fish is okay!
Poultry is okay!
Dairy is not okay!
See you!

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A participatory cooking extravaganza.

Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and then cooks together in one space. All recipes must be finished and space returned to original condition by the end of the event, while everyone is socializing, enjoying drinks and eating tasty dishes.

Before:
Think about what you'd like to make
Invite people you trust
Tweet and blog about the event using #chaoscooking
Share on Facebook

What to bring:
Bring the ingredients necessary for a bunch of people to try a little bit of your dish
A bottle of wine
Optional:
Extra knives, cutting boards and tupperware to bring extra food home.

Guidelines:
Everyone MUST prepare something.
Everyone must pitch in to help restore the space to its original condition, without being asked.
Try not to lose any fingers.

During the event:
Greet everyone with a giant smile
Take lots of pictures and short videos
We take a group picture right before cleanup

Chaos Cooking Culture:
We shake hands with our elbows, when we cook
We are friendly, open and caring
Together we cook, we eat, we laugh, we make a mess, we clean it up, and it's beautiful
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Boubacar

Chaos Cooking Social In Brooklyn Hosted By Boubacar

  • Saturday, January 17th, 2015
  • 7:00pm - 11:00pm
A participatory cooking extravaganza.

Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and ...show more
A participatory cooking extravaganza.

Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and then cooks together in one space. All recipes must be finished and space returned to original condition by the end of the event, while everyone is socializing, enjoying drinks and eating tasty dishes.

Before:
Think about what you'd like to make
Invite people you trust
Tweet and blog about the event using #chaoscooking
Share on Facebook

What to bring:
Bring the ingredients necessary for a bunch of people to try a little bit of your dish
A bottle of wine
Optional:
Extra knives, cutting boards and tupperware to bring extra food home.

Guidelines:
Everyone MUST prepare something.
Everyone must pitch in to help restore the space to its original condition, without being asked.
Try not to lose any fingers.

During the event:
Greet everyone with a giant smile
Take lots of pictures and short videos
We take a group picture right before cleanup

Chaos Cooking Culture:
We shake hands with our elbows, when we cook
We are friendly, open and caring
Together we cook, we eat, we laugh, we make a mess, we clean it up, and it's beautiful
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Geb

2015 Chaos Kickoff In Brooklyn/williamsburg Hosted By Geb/mara

  • Saturday, January 03th, 2015
  • 7:00pm - 11:00pm
2 ovens 2 broilers... bake it up.. or not..
Williamsburg, near Marcy JMZ stop

< ...show more
2 ovens 2 broilers... bake it up.. or not..
Williamsburg, near Marcy JMZ stop


A participatory cooking extravaganza.

Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and then cooks together in one space. All recipes must be finished and space returned to original condition by the end of the event, while everyone is socializing, enjoying drinks and eating tasty dishes.

Before:
Think about what you'd like to make

Invite people you trust
Tweet and blog about the event using #chaoscooking
Share on Facebook

What to bring:
Bring the ingredients necessary for a bunch of people to try a little bit of your dish
A bottle of wine
Optional:
Extra knives, cutting boards and tupperware to bring extra food home.

Guidelines:
Everyone MUST prepare something.
Everyone must pitch in to help restore the space to its original condition, without being asked.
Try not to lose any fingers.

During the event:
Greet everyone with a giant smile
Take lots of pictures and short videos
We take a group picture right before cleanup

Chaos Cooking Culture:
We shake hands with our elbows, when we cook
We are friendly, open and caring
Together we cook, we eat, we laugh, we make a mess, we clean it up, and it's beautiful
less info
Gurvnss
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Crystal

Chaos Cooking Social In Hosted By Crystal Heller

  • Friday, December 19th, 2014
  • 6:30pm - 10:30pm
I just moved to a new apartment that is currently vacant and I'd love to make use of my empty space ...show more
I just moved to a new apartment that is currently vacant and I'd love to make use of my empty space and throw a Chaos Cooking event!

The apartment has a lot of space with a smallish stove (4 burners) and a medium sized fridge. I don't have any pots, pans, or cooking utensils on hand but I will make sure to provide plates, cups, and plastic utensils. There will be plenty of tables space to prep and chop but just make sure to bring a cutting board if you need one.

SIDE NOTE: I am looking for a roommate to live with me at the place where I'm hosting the Chaos Cooking. It's a railroad style medium sized room for $800 a month so please invite any male of female you know who is looking for a place. Can't wait to see everyone and try some amazing food!

-Crystal
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instagram: @happytoeatnow

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Chaos Cooking: A participatory cooking extravaganza.

Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and then cooks together in one space. All recipes must be finished and space returned to original condition by the end of the event, while everyone is socializing, enjoying drinks and eating tasty dishes.

Before:
Think about what you'd like to make
Invite people you trust
Tweet and blog about the event using #chaoscooking
Share on Facebook

What to bring:
Bring the ingredients necessary for a bunch of people to try a little bit of your dish
A bottle of wine
Optional:
Extra knives, cutting boards and tupperware to bring extra food home.

Guidelines:
Everyone MUST prepare something.
Everyone must pitch in to help restore the space to its original condition, without being asked.
Try not to lose any fingers.

During the event:
Greet everyone with a giant smile
Take lots of pictures and short videos
We take a group picture right before cleanup

Chaos Cooking Culture:
We shake hands with our elbows, when we cook
We are friendly, open and caring
Together we cook, we eat, we laugh, we make a mess, we clean it up, and it's beautiful less info
Gurvnss
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Sara

Christmas Chaos Cooking Cambridge Hosted By Sara

  • Saturday, December 13th, 2014
  • 6:30pm - 10:30pm
Hi everyone,

Welcome to a Christmassy Chaos Cooking Cambridge!

How ...show more
Hi everyone,

Welcome to a Christmassy Chaos Cooking Cambridge!

How Chaos Cooking works:

Everyone brings the ingredients to make one dish - starter/main/dessert and it only need be big enough for everyone to try a little bit - and then we all cook together in one space. All recipes must be finished and space returned to its original condition by the end of the event, while everyone is socialising, enjoying drinks and eating tasty dishes.

Everyone MUST prepare something on the night and bring a bottle/drink of choice. Everyone must also pitch in to help restore the space to its original condition.

1) When you arrive, check in, say hi and pour yourself a glass
2) Start making your dish
3) Help other folks with theirs
4) Try some dishes, share your dish, meet some great new people
5) Wrap up some food to take home
6) Join in the cleanup from around 9.30pm

A Christmas theme:

As we approach the year's end, we thought it would be a good time to introduce a themed evening: this will be a Christmas-inspired Chaos Cooking... if you have a twist on a traditional Christmas dish you'd like to share, a home-Christmas favourite you think we'd love, or a Christmas ingredient you'd like to try in a completely new dish, then sign-up here for some edible inspiration!

We have a microwave, four-ring gas hob, oven and grill, so it's emphasis on the chaos! Whilst eyeing up your slot at the grill; meet, greet, chop, slice and enjoy everyone's company.

What to bring:

Bring the ingredients necessary for a bunch of people to try a little bit of your chosen dish, a drink to share with others, extra knives, pans, big bowls or chopping boards and tupperware to take extra food home. You are welcome to use some of the kitchen gadgets/dishes/bowls/pans but naturally there aren't enough to make everyone's dishes, so please do bring yours too!

What is supplied:

Crockery, cutlery, a few pots/pans, knives, chopping boards, cooking dishes and usual kitchen gadgetry (peeler etc...), tinfoil, cling film and bits to do the clean-up. If your gadget of choice isn't on offer, you'll have to get creative :o).

Finding out the meetup location:

You'll see the partial address is shown at the top of this event page so you have a good idea where it is. RSVP to the event itself to receive an email in good time with the full address.

How to get to the event:

Bikes can be left securely in the garage and there is plenty of free parking on-street. If you'd like to try to get a lift, message Claire Jefferies on here (the CC Cambridge Organiser) and let her know where you live - she'll send out a message in advance asking for anyone who can give lifts in your area.

See you there!

Sara
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Joe

Joe Che's Bday And Chaos Cooking Five Year Anniversary

  • Friday, December 12th, 2014
  • 7:00pm - 11:00pm
Five years ago I had an idea to bring my closest friends together, for my birthday, to do some serio ...show more
Five years ago I had an idea to bring my closest friends together, for my birthday, to do some serious cooking, drinking and socializing. I called it Chaos Cooking. The idea spread and great people joined in. Now we have members in 300+ cities and there's been over 500 events around the world in places like the Czech Republic, Philippines, France, Netherlands, China and New Zealand. The concept is the same and it is still holds the same small community heart. Join 50 others for a participatory cooking extravaganza, like no other.

Tickets & Donations:
http://chaoscooking-5year.eventbrite.com


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Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and then cooks together in one space. All recipes must be finished and space returned to original condition by the end of the event, while everyone is socializing, enjoying drinks and eating tasty dishes.

Before:
Think about what you'd like to make
Invite people you trust
Tweet and blog about the event using #chaoscooking
Share on Facebook

What to bring:
Bring the ingredients necessary for a bunch of people to try a little bit of your dish
A bottle of wine
Optional:
Extra knives, cutting boards and Tupperware to bring extra food home.

Guidelines:
Everyone MUST prepare something.
Everyone must pitch in to help restore the space to its original condition, without being asked.
Try not to lose any fingers.

During the event:
Greet everyone with a giant smile
Take lots of pictures and short videos
We take a group picture right before cleanup

Chaos Cooking Culture:
We shake hands with our elbows, when we cook
We are friendly, open and caring
Together we cook, we eat, we laugh, we make a mess, we clean it up, and it's beautiful
less info
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Joe

Chaos Cooking In Brooklyn Hosted By Joe Che

  • Sunday, November 16th, 2014
  • 6:00pm - 10:00pm
The Chaos Cooking Community brings you the first experiment in an immersive, guided participatory co ...show more
The Chaos Cooking Community brings you the first experiment in an immersive, guided participatory cooking extravaganza. Join twenty nine amazing people for a night of smiles, good food, drinks and some flirting. We learn the most about each other when we are experiencing the joys of life side by side.

Everything is provided for you, including delicious food and drinks.

Very limited tickets:
http://chaoscookingsingles.eventbrite.com

How it works:
Arrive between 6 and 6:30pm.
You will be put in groups and also paired off to accomplish different tasks throughout the night. These may include specialty cocktail making, recipe preparations, slicing, chopping, serving, cooking, whipping, grilling, entertaining and shucking.


We will be adding a little spice to the night, by giving all the women a free kiss ticket that they may redeem at any time.

Guidelines:
Must be open minded, of good nature, honest, kind & adventurous.
Brooklyn address sent out two days before the event. less info

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