AquaQ Food Challenge!

Calum McBurney Life At AquaQ Leave a Comment

Here at AquaQ we’ve been coming up with ways to keep everyone engaged over lockdown, and what better way to do so than through the power of food!

The first week was Italian week, so we sent out some ‘Dough it Yourself’ kits provided by Love Pizza Belfast, and challenged our team to make their best pizza.

Our second week was inspired by Mexican cuisine, so we provided some Fajita Meal Kits (thank Q Boojum!) and challenged everyone to get on their creative sombreros. We also had some burrito-making demos on our company Stand Up call… we can safely say they are all better at coding than they are cooking!

We went from savoury to sweet in week 3, and tasked our team with decorating one of AquaQ’s all-time favourite treats – donuts! A DIY Decoration kit was sent out to some of our staff, and they impressed us all with their efforts… seems like we have a few artists among us!

As we headed into December, we thought what better way to get into the Christmas spirit, than to build our very own Gingerbread houses! This proved to be more difficult than we initially thought… even our dogs were judging our construction skills!

Our months-worth of food challenges went down a treat. It made for a nice change of pace and kept us occupied during yet another lockdown! A big ThankQ to all who got involved, and to all of the businesses who provided the grub!

Check out some of our finest creations below!

Calum McBurneyAquaQ Food Challenge!

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