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Chaos Cooking Cambridge - Hosted By Kevin

  • Saturday, August 29th, 2015
  • 6:30pm - 10:30pm
  • a Scotland Road, Cambridge, CB4 1QL


How Chaos Cooking works:

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How Chaos Cooking works:

Everyone brings the ingredients to make one dish - starter, main or dessert. It only need be big enough for everyone to try a mouthful and 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. There's a microwave, oven, hob 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 some of our 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, glasses, 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:

RSVP to this event by 26th August to receive an email two days before with the full address. You can see the partial address already here on the event page so you have a good idea where you're going...

How to get to the event:

My place is in Chesterton - there is free on-street parking and bikes can be locked up securely. If you'd like to try to get a lift, message Claire Jefferies (Cambridge Chaos Cooking Organiser) on here and just let her know where you live: She will send out a message in advance asking for anyone who can give lifts from your area.

Can you offer a lift to Chesterton?

It will be handy to have a number of folks offering lifts on the day - if you plan to drive and can offer a lift to a few people, please message Claire Jefferies on here with where you live. Where possible, she'll coordinate drivers with those who'd like a lift.

Any queries, just pop a question on the message wall below...

Looking forward to seeing you at mine!


Kevin

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Chaos Cooking East Village Backyard Bbq

  • Wednesday, July 29th, 2015
  • 5:00pm - 10:00pm
  • , private entrance, New York, NY, 10009


street level apartment private entrance
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street level apartment private entrance
party in backyard
between Ave A & B


Hello Friends: My buddy Cameron Starr (and his three roommates) graciously offered their east village apartment and back yard for our party. Lets behave and clean up after ourselves so they invite us back again.
oxo


Dana Sterling 917-653-5674

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I am so excited to introduce you to this awesome community and event…..

If you haven't heard about Chaos Cooking, here is an explanation from the creators, Joe Che

Good People + Good Food = Good Times

"A continuing social experiment where up to 50 people cook 50 recipes in 1 kitchen, 4 burners, 1 oven, 2 charcoal BBQ's. All recipes must be finished and space returned to original condition in 4 hours while everyone is drinking wine, ... socializing and putting delectable dishes in their mouths.")

How it works.
Bring all the ingredients necessary for everyone to try a little bit of your dish, extra prep supplies (if you have them) and enough beer/wine/liquor to share.

When you arrive:
1) Check in, get a name-tag
3) Pour yourself some wine
4) Start making your dish
5) Drink some more wine
6) Help your new friends
8) Don't forgot....try some dishes, share your dish, and try not to start yourself on fire
9) Donate $3-5 for supplies
10) Wrap up some food to take home
11) Cleanup will start at 10:00

This has been an incredible success, cultivating some of the best vibes we've felt in a while. We started at 18 people and pushed the chaos to 100's, which somehow still works. Some dish ideas of what was made in the past; Vietnamese Summer Rolls, Gazpacho, Watermelon Basil Mint Feta Salad, Week-long marinated Pork, Portabello Mushroom Burgers, Curried Squash Soup, etc.

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Chaos Cooking Social

  • Wednesday, July 15th, 2015
  • 6:30pm - 10:30pm
  • Halsey Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11216

A participatory cooking extravaganza. Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and then cooks ...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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Anne

Chaos Cooking Social In Cambridge Hosted By Anne

  • Saturday, June 27th, 2015
  • 6:30pm - 10:30pm
  • Whale Barn, High Street, Knapwell, Cb23 4ns


How Chaos Cooking works:

Everyone brings the ingre ...show more


How Chaos Cooking works:

Everyone brings the ingredients to make one dish - starter, main or dessert. It only need be big enough for everyone to try a mouthful and 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. There's a microwave, a couple of ovens and grills, and two sets of hobs, so plenty to go around, but still emphasis on the chaos! There will also be a couple of BBQs going outside if the weather is nice so your dish could be cooked al fresco :) 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 some of our 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, glassesa 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:

RSVP to this event by 24th June to receive an email two days before with the full address. You can see the partial address already here on the event page so you have a good idea where you're going...

How to get to the event:

Our house is in Knapwell, a few miles west of Cambridge. There is plenty of parking outside the house. Directions will be messaged by Claire Jefferies (Chaos Cooking Cambridge organiser) two days before the event to everyone who has RSVP'd on this site. If you'd like to try to get a lift, message Claire on here and just let her know where you live: She will send out a message in advance asking for anyone who can give lifts from your area.

Can you offer a lift to Knapwell?

It will be handy to have a number of folks offering lifts on the day - if you plan to drive and can offer a lift to a few people, please message Claire Jefferies on here with where you live. Where possible, she'll coordinate drivers with those who'd like a lift.

Any queries, just pop a question on the message wall below...

Looking forward to seeing you at ours!Anne


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Joe

Chaos Cooking Social

  • Friday, June 19th, 2015
  • 7:00pm - 11:00pm
  • Jefferson Street, Apt , Brooklyn, NY, 11206

Our beloved friend and Panama City Community leady, Kelly, will be visiting and we want to welcom ...show more

Our beloved friend and Panama City Community leady, Kelly, will be visiting and we want to welcome her back with lots of hugs and kisses. Join us for a special night in the kitchen and backyard of where Chaos Cooking was born.

The optional theme is "A distant land". There will be BBQ's and the kitchen available. 

We will be heading out together at 11 for anyone that wants to join, so we will start clean up promptly at 10:30.

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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 during the event.
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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Vegetarian Brunch With Bottomless Drinks Of Sorts

  • Saturday, June 13th, 2015
  • 12:30pm - 4:30pm
  • Ocean ave #, Brooklyn, NY, 11230

A participatory cooking extravaganza. Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and then cooks ...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 brunch drink of your choice

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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Brocha

Vegetarian Brunch With Bottomless Drinks Of Sorts

  • Saturday, June 13th, 2015
  • 12:30pm - 4:30pm
  • Ocean ave #, Brooklyn, NY, 11230

A participatory cooking extravaganza. Everyone brings the ingredients for one dish and then cooks ...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 brunch drink of your choice

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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