What is Kora?
Kora means simplicity or a blank slate. What does that pure and simple space look like for you? For us at Kora, that space is HOME.
At Kora we are building a community around food. Cooks bring their love for food and cuisine expertise to the homes of people who crave those flavors and appreciate the benefits of a home made meal.
HOW IT WORKS
Choosing date, time, and menu for the booking
host Picks a cook AND MENU
COOK CONFIRMS BOOKING
and shares the ingredient list
cook accepts the booking
host provides ingredients
Whether from the fridge or from shopping, everything is ready for cook's arrival
cook works magic in host's kitchen
Packs up the meals, and leaves the kitchen as clean as they found it
host eats, enjoys, & repeats
For more yummy meals, host books the cook again, or tries a new cook
the kora community is created
Hosts and cooks share photos recipes, menu ideas, and many cozy moments
the kora community
Building connected communities one meal at a time
WHAT WE LIVE FOR!
Home cooked food warms and nourishes the mind, body and soul…we don’t say it, we feel it.
Kora connects you with neighbors and cooks in your community who will be inspired to come to your home and prepare meals for you + (those you love), in your kitchen, personalized to your tastes, preferences, and even allergies - not just once or twice, but week after week, if you so desire.
For some this may rekindle a warm memory of grandma making fresh lasagna or just coming home after school to a home cooked meal. You can feel all this while you catch up on Netflix, or perhaps read that read book you’ve had on your list forever, or sit down and play that board game with your family.
Whatever floats your boat, we are here to make your life easy and give time back to you to spend on those experiences that give you the greatest
We were very happy with the taste of the food and the experience of simply heating up the food when we returned home from work. I started the work week with a new feeling of ease and calm that dinner was one less thing I had to worry about. :)
Persis, San Francisco