IKEA is opening a free DIY restaurant where you can learn Swedish cooking skills

September 5, 2016 by  
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Looking to improve on your Swedish meatball recipe? IKEA is already the seventh largest restaurant chain in the world, and they’re hoping to ramp up their culinary cred by opening up a DIY Kitchen in Shoreditch, east London. Starting September 10th, the Ikea Dining Club will let aspiring chefs cook a meal for up to 19 of their closest friends under the supervision of a head chef. Best of all, the dining experience will be free of charge for all guests. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DFmkFz3MT0 The massive furniture store has already branched out into on-site food-production for restaurants , and now the company is courting foodies who’d like to test out their cooking skills in a professional kitchen and dining room. Participating DIY chefs can name their restaurant and choose their own menu, including, of course, traditional Scandinavian dishes. Related: IKEA’s Space10 is working on on-site hydroponic farms for restaurants Ellie Pniok, commercial manager for Ikea Food, explains the power of food is behind the dining club’s creation, “We bond and connect over the everyday process of cooking meals together so to celebrate this firmly held belief, we are opening The Dining Club to bring people together to enjoy a meal from beginning to end. This will take place in an environment that reflects a homely kitchen, so you can host a dinner party for all of your friends.” In addition to the cooking and dining experience, the Dining Club will also host a series of culinary workshops. The club will be open from Sept. 10 until Sept. 25, with only 38 sessions available. Reservations can be made online . + IKEA Dining Club Via Mashable Images via IKEA

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Ikea Announces Plans to Serve Vegetarian Swedish Meatballs in Stores

May 2, 2014 by  
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IKEA is always looking for new ways to reduce its environmental impact – and the company’s famous Swedish meatballs are next on the list. The store’s most popular menu item is traditionally made using beef, but now shoppers will also be able to choose a vegetarian or chicken-based meatball. According to the company , the new option will provide fans with an option that is friendlier to the environment. Read the rest of Ikea Announces Plans to Serve Vegetarian Swedish Meatballs in Stores Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ikea , Ikea cafe , Ikea carbon footprint , Ikea conservation , Ikea food , ikea green , Ikea Hoopeston farm , Ikea Hoopeston Illinois , Ikea Hoopeston wind farm , Ikea meat , Ikea meatballs , Ikea reduces footprint , Ikea reducing carbon footprint , ikea sustainability , Ikea sustainability choices , Ikea vegetarian food , Ikea windfarm , meat carbon footprint , meat impact , vegetarian food

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