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  • Home chefs offer an adapted restaurant experience
  • Home chefs offer an adapted restaurant experience
    Fabrizio Magoni (2019) ©
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Home chefs offer an adapted restaurant experience

Americans are looking to bring novel dining experiences into the home. Swapping out socially distanced table service for something a little more intimate, those who are tired of takeaways and cooking themselves – and can afford to spare some cash – are hiring professional at-home chef services.

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