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  • Step-by-step cooking with SideChef
  • Step-by-step cooking with SideChef
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Step-by-step cooking with SideChef

89% of Americans cook at home frequently, with the highest 41% doing so five or more times weekly. With many still in the post-recession mindset, costly meals out are more infrequent. SideChef is an app that aims to bring those interested in cooking together.



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  • Article image Hello Fresh: pretending to scratch cook every night of the week

    People in the UK love to cook. Nearly 60% actually prefer to cook at home rather than eat out. But they don't have enough time. Is meal subscription service Hello Fresh the answer? It gives the illusion of scratch cooking, with each meal taking only 30 minutes to put together.

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    Digital is transforming how we eat. Anyone with a kitchen and a camera can take a picture, upload it and watch it spread in seconds. With millions of recipes and thousands of bloggers, nutritionists, and chefs at our fingertips, how is 'always on' information shaping our diet?

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    Dubbed the “world’s shortest cooking show,” Fish Tales is hosted on Instagram with episodes no longer than 15 seconds. Hosted by chef and author Bart Van Olphen, the show teaches fans how to cook a complete seafood dish.