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Listen to the newest episode of @passagetoprofit featuring Rowena Scherer, founder of #eat2explore.🌏 She talks all things eat2explore and where she hopes to take the #company. Listen by clicking the link below or wherever you listen to #podcasts!🎧 https://apple.co/3mo7SMw

eat2explore founder, Rowena Scherer, will be at the Texas Homeschool Coalition Convention @thsc in The Woodlands, TX today through Sat, June 4. Come and say hello at booth 800! #CalledToTeach #THSC #TexasHomeschool

Tune in this Sunday at 7p.m. EST. Rowena Scherer, #founder of eat2explore, will be a guest on the newest #episode of @passagetoprofit. Click the link to listen to her talk about all things #entrepreneurship and small business ➡️ https://bit.ly/3xasy0F

Listen to eat2explore founder Rowena Scherer on the most recent episode of @shalasnik’s #podcast.🎧She talks all about #omnichannelmarketing and why it is important for small businesses. https://bit.ly/3wPubiQ

We're excited to spot eat2explore in the May issue of @dprimeramanomag. Click the link to read the digital version of the magazine! #featured #culinaryadventures https://bit.ly/3FWTdAC

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Rowena started eat2explore for her children and other busy families like hers. Two years ago, during a family cooking class, she discovered that although her kids love to travel and try different cuisines, they couldn’t even chop an onion!

She grew up cooking with her family back in Malaysia and those are some of her fondest memories. However, being a working mom juggling her kids’ busy schedules and still making sure dinner is on the table after work, she forgot the joy of taking a break and having fun cooking together as a family. She realized that there must be many more out there just like her – people who are missing this opportunity to create lasting memories at home.

Mealtime should be an experience and cooking is a life-skill everyone should have! Since home economics is no longer part of the curriculum at school, hands-on cooking and culture explorations is even more important in today’s world.

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