La Jolla, CA (PRWEB) April 09, 2012
La Jolla, CA- Harvard Cookin’ Girl, Inc. announced today the official launch of its Corporate Cookery facility and site with three state of the art kitchens at 7441 Girard Avenue, La Jolla, CA 92037
After two years of solid success and growth in the children after school enrichment and adult cookery market, Harvard Cookin’ Girl soft launched its Corporate Team Building event in 2011 by hosting teams from such companies as Google, Kashi, Qualcomm, Volcano, UCSD, WPO, GE, Regulus, LPL, etc…and gained valuable insight into what great companies expect from their vendors for their team outing. Today the corporate cookery site has been officially launched as well.
Bibi Kasrai, CEO and Founder of HCG said “We believe what we offer to corporations is as novel as what we offered parents, schools and adults in 2009 to present. Corporations are looking at new ways of engaging and retaining their best employees and enticing the best new forces to join them. We offer something unique in the process. Nothing brings people of different background and culture together like good food. “
Harvard Cookin’ Girl was a start up that was the brainchild of Bibi Kasrai who quit her successful corporate career to help kids eat well. She started it in her garage and started soliciting schools in 2009 during the worst economic downturn in recent US history. Nickelodeon chose her recipes as best for kids because she took a soft approach to marginally changing their diet. NBC San Diego featured her and soon after she got sponsorships from SieMatic of Germany, and Fixtures Living of San Diego.
Today, HCG is the second most visited attraction in La Jolla by tripadvisor and best ethnic food by San Diego Alist. “We feel super fortunate that the community embraced us” says Kasrai. “ We don’t have a marketing budget, we have a servicing budget meaning we put our money into the good food and service we provide to our customers”. You can always sign up for one of the open events to get a flavor of our program. For as little as $35 you can learn a special dish or pay $50 for a three-course meal.
We recognize that people have a multitude of choice when looking for a place to eat but don’t have so many choices if they are looking to experience food as if they went to a foreign country or sat at the table with a foreign family. "At our table, you eat as if your Persian, Indian or French Grandma were to cook to for you. Also, people talk about their experiences, where and what they ate and how they experienced food" says Kasrai.
If you would like to experience the Harvard Cookin’ Girl food experience, call us at 858-888-3509 or email info(at)harvardcookingirl(dot)com
Contact: Bibi Kasrai