Cook & Meet event location
“communal kitchen” – is that really neccessary?
“Communal kitchen” gives off a student-flat vibe, or even worse, makes you feel like you’ve booked yourself into a hostal room that sleeps 20. But it doesn’t have to! Cooking together, small-talk, the cozy together-ness of a shared evening where half the time is spent giving around the spoon and trying delicious treats from all the pots and pans. All of this [and more!] is Cook & Meet. Definately neccessary, is what we feel!
This great venue can be found on the ground floor of our my4walls and holds around 30 people, the atmosphere is relaxed and cosy.
As a location, Cook & Meet offers many possibilities. A nice evening with friends, where you wanted to get out of the house for a change? A little event, because you’ve been dying to participate in a cooking course? A team-evening with your nicest colleagues, a well-deserved incentive for an employee, this years’ christmas party? Or have you been getting along with the other longstay guests that well, that you all want to spend a nice evening together? Whether you want to cook yourself or be spoilt by a chef, Cook & Meet can be anything you want it to be.
As a part of our communal area on the ground floor, the Cook & Meet kitchen is available for rent to house guests as well as outside guests. We’re happy to provide a great chef, who will take care of buying all the ingredients and drinks for a perfect evening. You can also make the night your own and take care of everything yourself, as the communal kitchen is equipped with absolutely everything you could possibly need for a good cook-off. We also provide a basic range of spices.
With such a great location right under our noses, we couldn’t resist testing it ourselves and don’t want to withhold this super yummy recipe, especially with christmas so close! Careful, it’s got about sixty million calories – don’t say we didn’t warn you 🙂
Upside-down puff pastry with caramelised apples
Ingredients for 2-3 persons
– 1 puff pastry
– 3-4 medium sized apples, red or green to taste
– Sugar to caramelise
– 150 grams of butter
– Vanilla sauce
Also: an ovenproof pan
Preheat the oven to 180 C° on circulation. Peel the apples and cut them into bite-sized pieces. Caramelise sugar in an ovenproof pan (to taste, if you like it sweeter, use more sugar) and add butter and apples. Mix well and take off heat. Cover the pan with the puff pastry and make sure the pastry sticks to the entire rim of the pan. Perforate the dough with a fork. Bake at 180 C°, baking time varies depending on how crusty you like your puff pastry.
Enjoy with vanilla sauce!
Hungry? Send us your wishes for a prefect night and we’ll start planning your event together!