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Home Cooking Show Delivers Ingredients To Your Doorstep

Home Cooking Show Delivers Ingredients To Your Doorstep
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Brooklyn-based startup Chefday is like Bobby Flay meets FreshDirect.

by Nick Bakshi
  • 9 january 2013

Cooking shows are great. Until you realize that you’re three shallots and one cup of Arborio rice short of actually making that luscious-looking scallop risotto. That’s why Brooklyn-based startup Chefday delivers all of the ingredients you need to cook custom dishes designed by some of the country’s top chefs, plus a free step-by-step online instructional video to help you put it all together. From parmesan veal milanese with Isola executive chef Victor Laplaca, to stir-fried green bean vermicelli with Graffiti owner Jehangir Mehta, Chefday offers a variety of amateur-proof meals that can be prepared for two, four, six, or eight persons.

To top it off, for every portion purchased, Chefday donates a full meal to Food Bank For NYC.

Check out the video for the stir-fried green bean vermicelli with Graffiti owner Jehangir Mehta below.

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