We often forget that sometimes, the best gift is something that is experienced, not received. We love the idea of giving cooking lessons for example, provided you’re giving it to a person who has actually shown genuine interest:
Did your friend grow up loving horses despite being raised in an inner-city apartment? Does your cousin never stop talking about how he could have been a guitar god before his corporate career took over? Is your dad’s cooking so bad it’s a cliché?
It’s never too late for an old dog to learn new tricks (as long as that old dog isn’t hoping to become a career athlete). Cooking classes, in particular, seem increasingly popular, and many top chefs offer one-off sessions with small groups. Bonus – a delicious meal at the end, as long as you don’t burn it.
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