House party Ronald McDonald house

Are you tired the same recipes you have been cooking since the beginning of this pandemic? Are you feeling like you’re missing out on helping locals address critical needs in the community? Well, you can do better at both with the upcoming Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tulsa’s House Party, which has been reimagined for 2020.

For three weeks in November, three different virtual cooking nights will be available to participants. The classes will be pre-recorded so viewers can pause, rewind or watch again.

Nov. 5:

  • Date Night, brought to you by Juniper
  • Prepare a lovely meal for a romantic date night.
  • $200 – complete meal kit for 2
  • $50 – sous chef kit: registration, recipe card and ingredient list

Nov. 12:

  • Family Feast Night, brought to you by Andolini’s
  • Roll out some pizza dough and toss on some toppings for a kid-friendly meal.
  • $125 – complete meal kit for 2
  • $50 – sous chef kit: registration, recipe card and ingredient list

Nov. 19:

  • Charcuterie Night, brought to you by the Meat and Cheese Show
  • Create a beautiful meat and cheese board with wine pairings for any party.
  • $125 – complete meal kit for 2
  • $50 – sous chef kit: registration, recipe card and ingredient list.

Meal kits include event registration, ingredients, recipe card, apron, dessert and a bottle of wine. Meal kits are available for pick up at the Ronald McDonald House, 6102 S. Hudson Ave.

Interested in all three classes? Buy all three events for $375 — a savings of $75. Deadline for orders is Oct. 28. Purchase at rmhctulsa.org/events/house-party.

The Ronald McDonald House of Tulsa’s mission is to keep families together and close to their children receiving medical care. Call 918-496-2727 or visit rmhctulsa.org for more information.

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