Topic: E-Marketing

Catchy Name For Home Cooking Workshop

Posted by cabmates on 250 Points
I'm looking for a catchy name for this activity I would like to advertisse online. I offer home cookig workshop fr travellers vsisiting my área.
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  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Accepted
    What type of activity?
    Why would someone specifically choose what you're offering?
    Are there other similar workshops in your area?
    What is the benefit of taking your workshop?
  • Posted by cabmates on Author
    This is a cooking activity for tourists looking to get acquainted to the local food. People would choose this activity as an eating out experience . The idea is to prepare a three course meal which will be eaten at the end of the session. There is also an introduction to local wine. There are other similar offerings in the área. This type of activity is becoming popular amongst tourists. The workshop is designed for people who like food and are curious to learn some of the secrets of the local food, The benefit for people attending the workshop is learning some of these secrets from a local, getting to know what a local's house is like, meeting new people as well as eating and driking.
  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Accepted
    If there are similar offerings, how is yours' better/different?
    What types of food do you teach to prepare?
  • Posted by cabmates on Author
    There are no similar offers in my area. I offer a workshop on Portuguese food. And because I was born in Brazil with a strong Portuguese background I combine the knowledge of both cuisines so this could be the difference.
  • Posted by Mike Steffes on Accepted
    Could you tell us what you like or don't like about this:

    Cooking with a Local
    "Learn, Socialize, and Dine with Us"
  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Accepted
    Mouthwatering Portuguese: Cook Like a Native
    Insider Portuguese Cooking
  • Posted by cabmates on Author
    Thank you so much for your help and efforts!
    I like both options although I believe Mike Steffes' sounds shorter and simpler. Xooking with a Local is exactly what I offer.

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