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REGISTER YOUR KITCHEN

Do something different!

A new way of enjoying a different culture, it’s more than eating local. It’s “cooking with”.

Learn

LEARN

Traveling allows you to do things that you may not have previously thought of doing, like learning how to cook local food in a local house with local people all around the world.

Teach

TEACH

Meet people from other countries; teach them how to cook local cuisine. You don’t need to be a professional! You just need to be open to new experiences.

WHAT WE BELIEVE

We believe that food is culture, and you get to know it better not just by eating traditional meals, but by cooking with local people. That’s why we encourage people to open their kitchens and give daily cooking classes to travelers all around the world. It’s not just eating or cooking anymore, it is living something unique.

HOW IT WORKS

WHO REGISTERS THEIR KITCHEN?

Local people like Paul, who are not necessarily a chef, but are known among their friends for being a great cook. Those who are passionate about meeting people from different countries and proudly talking about their culture should register with HomeyCook. Paul, for example, will register his kitchen and be able to create his own schedule, which dishes he will teach, and how much money the guests will have to contribute.

WHO USES THE SERVICE?

Travelers like Kate, who is traveling to Rio de Janeiro this summer, who would love to enjoy not only the famous beaches but also a unique experience that can make her feel more connected to the local culture. By simply singing in on Homeycook she can get to know kitchens like Paul’s. Just make a booking request, wait for the chef’s confirmation, pay your contribution, and you’re all set!

LIVE A UNIQUE MOMENT.

When the day comes, Paul will host Kate at his house and they will share a great moment, not just cooking together but sharing stories and creating a new friendship. After the meal, Kate can rate her experience and help other people get to know Paul and his kitchen, giving them the change to have a unique cultural exchange just like she did.