Date night - Cook Along With Han's Rueffert
Don’t let this crazy time distract you from what’s truly important! Take time to focus on relationship with your significant other. Keep the foundation strong and the house will weather the storm!
What: A Date Night – Nothing More and Nothing Less.
When: Thursday night April 30th at 8:30pm
Where: Facebook Live (Here is the Facebook Event)
How: Download the ingredients list here. Pick up what you need at the store, then join us on Facebook live. Chef Hans will walk you through the rest. (Yes! He will demonstrate how to flame the dish. If you choose to try it, you assume all responsibility for the results.)
Why are we doing this? Read this post from our CEO
CRAZY TIMES — These past few weeks have been extremely challenging as we have taken on so many new.. umm… “adventures”.
Work has had new “adventures” as I tackle work from home with a family of six! Lord knows the whole PPP loan process was an “adventure”. We have had homeschooling “adventures”, potty training “adventures”. I have had honey do list “adventure” and of course the exciting “adventures” of pre-teenage sass. Through out all of these adventures I have had one amazing partner helping along the way. My Wife Sarah.
There is no doubt in my mind that this time would be impossible without her love and support, but I fear I have taken it for granted. As I have let all these other “adventures” keep me from planning adventures with her, I’ve realized that I have been dropping the ball on date night.
All of this made me think…maybe you are in that boat too? If you find that you are too busy surviving together with your significant other that you have not planned a time to thrive together, let’s fix that!
Join my friend Chef Hans and I as we host a date night cookalong. Hans will walk us all through how to make Bananas Foster via a Facebook live, and you and your significant other can cook along with him. Then afterwards, take some time with your special someone and let them know what they mean to you.
Meet Chef Hans
Chef Hans Rueffert has had an unshakable connection with food from the very start. His father was a chef and the family purchased the landmark Woodbridge Inn in Jasper, Georgia when Hans was four years old. He grew up in the kitchen at his father’s side.
Hans rose in the culinary world, reaching a pinnacle of professional success when he finished third in The Food Network’s “The Next Food Network Star” competition. But life is unpredictable. Just two weeks after the show’s finale, he was diagnosed with gastric cancer.
Through several difficult and life-threatening surgeries, including the removal of his stomach, Hans went from Celebrity Chef to Cancer Survivor. But the one constant of his life has been his pure love of creating dynamic and delicious meals.