Originally Posted by km13g08
Thanks for quick response!
Yes I thought that might be the typical reaction! Makes sense
Would it work better if you had a way of inviting people you trust (colleagues/friends/family as you say) into your 'secret circle'? Then maybe you could organise swaps within this community that you trust?
That is certainly a possibility.
These types of things are always tough to set up and keep going. Some people in the group will be better cooks than others, some will be more generous with ingredients, some won't like Chinese or Italian food, etc... For me these things usually become more of a chore than a benefit.
When I was young and broke a small group of friends tried having a supper club where each person cooked one night a month so we all got a free meal once every week or so. It was fun at first and then it became tedious, sort of like joining a bowling league!
I would rather keep it informal between a couple of friends and share leftovers or an impromptu meal from time to time.
Please don't be discouraged by my response. I think it is a good idea, just not for me.