Cooking food can bring us joy on our own, as we creatively satisfy a fundamental human need in away that suits our cravings. Cooking also facilitates collaboration and interpersonal communication with others when it becomes a joint or group activity, allowing us to form deeper relationships with one another. Rendez-vous, which translates fittingly from French to suggest a coming together of people in a social context, is a boxed set of recipe invitations. Recipes vary by diet and by number of guests, while each invitation for the meal includes only a few of the total ingredients that guest must bring. As a group, invitations are overlapped to reveal the final ingredient list and recipe instructions.