Virtual Team Building Cooking Classes

Cooking Experiences

for Teams Who Care About the Future of Our Planet!

Offered virtually and in person in Albuquerque & Santa Fe

Is there a better way to connect with your team than by a sharing a meal? At the Sprouting Kitchen we take that experience a step further by helping your team really think about their role in our food system.

After one of our cooking classes, your employees will leave feeling:

Connected to where their food comes from
Confident to prepare sustainable meals
And excited to work together!

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Who We've Cooked With:

In Their Words

The Sprouting Kitchen was one of my favorite virtual team building events we’ve done! I learned some amazing new recipes that I continue to use, and have been inspired to cook with new ingredients. I loved having the chance to step away from the screen with my team and cook with them from the comfort of our own homes!

Casie TenninMasterClass

Fallon lead our group of over 30 employees through an engaging and fun cooking class! Everyone left with a delicious meal and some new cooking techniques. We had been looking for a way to connect our employees, and this definitely hit the spot!

Colette JohnsonNBC Women's Network

Meet Your Culinary Instructor & Sprouting Kitchen Owner

Hi, I’m Fallon Bader, a registered dietitian who loves using food as a medium to connect people. I teach cooking classes on local farms and virtually online. I’ve taught over 100 virtual cooking classes, and love the way it empowers people to feel confident in their home kitchens. I’m a graduate of Penn State, Cornell, and the University of New Mexico. I also lead a group of over 1200 dietitians who are dedicated to food security and sustainability.

I strongly believe that in order to mitigate climate change, we must support regenerative farmers, eat more plants, and cook at home more often (less plastic take-out boxes and forks, please!). I love working with teams who are excited to ignite positive change within their corporations and their individual actions. We’ve had numerous change-maker-farmers join our cooking classes, which participants said made them eager to support local and eat more nourishing foods.

True story: I’ve had a cooking class participant ask when I was going to have my own local cooking show – I guess you could say our cooking classes are fun, engaging, and inspire action!