If there's a market for these places, there's a market for cooking schools...
Lisa Johnson, who lives in a suburb of Raleigh, N.C., especially hates shopping and cleanup. But she is determined to keep the family together at the table, at least occasionally. She became a meal assembly convert after just one visit.
"We're always hearing that eating dinner together is the cure for obesity, learning disorders, drugs, divorce and every kind of problem we have in society," she said. "But what no one tells you is how to do all that cooking."
May I humbly suggest - though I'm of the Rinzai persuasion- Dogen Zenji's Tenzo Kyokun?