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What Professional Chefs Think About Astronaut Coffee

www.theatlantic.com
So we finally have an answer to that age-old culinary question: What do professional foodies think about ... space coffee? Two celebrity chefs -- David Chang of Momofuku and Traci Des Jardins of Jardiniere -- made a trip to the Johnson Space Center in Houston. Their particular mission? To...
What Professional Chefs Think About Astronaut Coffee
Private chef service Kitchensurfing grabs $1 million, expands beyond New York

Chefs Feed, The App With Recommendations From Your Favorite Chefs, Unveils More Social Version 2.0

techcrunch.com
Whenever I use a food or restaurant review app, I sometimes feel like I’m being overwhelmed with recommendations, and it can be hard to distinguish recommendations and reviews that are trustworthy from those that aren’t. Chefs Feed offers an intriguing solution to that problem — offer recommendations from high-profile, professional...
Chefs Feed, The App With Recommendations From Your Favorite Chefs, Unveils More Social Version 2.0

Munchery Is Trying to Reinvent The Personal Chef, And Early Signs Are Promising

techcrunch.com
Editor’s Note: Brenden Mulligan is an entrepreneur who created Onesheet, Webbygram, TipList, ArtistData, MorningPics, and PhotoPile. You can find him on Twitter at @mulligan. There are plenty of people who can make great home cooked meals (ex: homemakers) and plenty of people who would probably pay a reasonable priced for someone to cook...
Munchery Is Trying to Reinvent The Personal Chef, And Early Signs Are Promising

ChefHangout is a genius use of Google+ Hangouts and could actually make money

thenextweb.com
In what’s probably the first attempt that I’ve seen to monetize Google+, a site called ChefHangout has a unique approach to cooking lessons utilizing the powerful Google+ Hangouts video conference feature. While Google+ has been somewhat methodical slow in rolling out public APIs for its social network, the Hangout API...
ChefHangout is a genius use of Google+ Hangouts and could actually make money
Foodily launches "Food with Friends" to make online culinary conversations drool-worthy
Panna's digital magazine delivers world famous chefs into your kitchen

5 Silicon Valley tech companies we all want to work for

www.techhive.com
If only we could all live and work in Silicon Valley.  The New York Times reports that Evernote--the company behind the same-named app as well as others including Skitch and Penultimate--is giving its employees a fantastic perk: Housekeeping twice a month for everyone from receptionists to executives. Anyone with...
5 Silicon Valley tech companies we all want to work for

More meals at your door? Munchery may expand to Seattle

www.geekwire.com
Amazon’s new food delivery program might soon have some competition. Munchery, a San Francisco-based startup that delivers meals to customers, is planning to expand to Seattle by early 2013. The two programs are similar. Both deliver meals made by professional chefs to your door. Amazon, however, partners with restaurants around town...
More meals at your door? Munchery may expand to Seattle
Meals Marketplace Munchery Raises $4 Million For Expansion, Now Delivering High-Quality Meals To All Of Bay Area, L.A. In 2013

Meet Chefs Feed, the anti-Foodspotting

gigaom.com
Running a restaurant recommendation app is not necessarily as glamorous as one might think. Especially when you’ve made a conscious decision to limit your contributors to the superstars of the food world. When Jared Rivera founded Chefs Feed with his brother Steve Rivera in 2011, he was living the foodie...
Meet Chefs Feed, the anti-Foodspotting
Hello Fresh reignites the art of cooking for Web 2.0
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