Personal Chefs for the Masses

By on Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

A new company called Munchery is betting that people who cannot afford personal chefs will flock to its online meal prep service. Sign up by zip code and get assigned a “personal” chef who will prepare the meals you want. Service starts at $22 a week. All chefs who sign up must be certified and have access to a commercial kitchen. The idea is similar to Uber, which provides car service to those who can’t afford their own Bentley and driver. (story in TechCrunch; via @SB_Food)

Written by Erika Kotite

Erika Kotite is an editor, writer and owner of Toque.

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  2. Personal Chefs for the masses? (meaning I could afford one?) more info from Toque and DD member, Erika at http://bit.ly/lzwMO7 @toquemag

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