It’s highly likely you’ll be staying in for Valentine’s Day this year, and while that’s definitely a bummer, there’s at least one silver lining. Whole Foods is offering cooking classes Valentine’s Day weekend hosted by some famous (and funny) internet faces.
Classes start Feb. 13, with Galentine’s Day (a day dedicated to women celebrating their girlfriends) and will run through Feb. 15, Singles Awareness Day. Classes will last for 30-45 minutes and will feature real-time Q&A sessions.
You can head to the Whole Foods registration site to get in on the fun. All you have to do is make a donation, and there’s no minimum or maximum amount. Proceeds will go to the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which helps restaurants and bars, owners, and chefs affected by COVID-19. Plus, Whole Foods is matching donations up to $50,000.
Here are a few details about each event:
- Galentine’s Day (Feb. 13): Comedian Heather McMahan will host and be joined by her mom and sister to make steak crostini with basil vinaigrette.
- Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14): TikTok superstar, actress, and vegan chef, Tabitha Brown, and her husband will make vallops (vegan scallops). You’ll definitely want to tune in and see how that works!
- Singles Awareness Day (Feb. 15): Comedian and host of the Unhappy Hour podcast, Matt Bellassai, will make chocolate lava cake.
So, if you’re looking for a way to celebrate Valentine’s Day at home this year, learn to cook something new with lots of laughs in the process. You’ll be donating to a good cause, as well!