The article reports that AMG Services began offering cooking classes through one on one private instruction in clients' homes.
Memphis, Tennesee (PRWEB) October 07, 2013
Home And Recreation recently published an article profiling the catering company AMG Services Catering And Events, in recognition of the service to the community that AMG Services offers in it's various cooking classes. The recently published article goes on to point to ways that readers with or without cooking experience can create a positive impact in their families and communities by following AMG's example.
The article reports that AMG Services began offering cooking classes through one on one private instruction in clients' homes. AMG began bringing cooking instruction to a wider audience after the construction of a brand new, state of the art facility, in which it holds group classes for adults. According to the article, adult classes are lead by Chef Grace, a culinary arts teacher at Staples High School with eight years experience in the classroom and a Masters degree in Secondary Education from Fairfield University. In addition to the normal adult cooking classes, AMG presents weight management cooking classes and hosts corporate team building events.
Home And Recreation editors also included information about cooking classes for children's birthday parties and special occasions. AMG Services cooking classes for kids teach food safety, etiquette and nutrition in a fun setting.
Laurence Castillo, an editor of Home and Recreation, commented on the recent article. "The main point we wanted to make is that cooking classes are an incredible way to create community. We kept seeing more and more news articles about the impact AMG Services is creating with their classes and we knew had to encourage readers to participate in the same kind of thing in their own communities."
The Home and Recreation editorial team stated that many Home and Rec readers are already cooking enthusiasts and have the ability to host cooking classes of their own. "Going to cooking classes is really great, even if you're already an accomplished cook, but we'd love to see more of our readers starting their own cooking classes, it's a powerful way to contribute to a community and help other people become healthier and happier".