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An online service that connects you with a private chef to cook you a meal, or to have one cook for you.


A startup that provides a service where you can hire someone to come to your house and do laundry, cook meals, etc for you


A startup that sells a monthly service which provides a chef to cook dinner for you and your friends


A startup that provides a service for someone to come to your house and teach you how to cook a meal


The startup is building an ecosystem of connected devices that’s meant to make the kitchen smarter. It’s a modular system, with sensors such as a thermometer and a oven that work together to track food and cook times.


A digital store of recipes and ideas for cooking


If you’re a food blogger, you need to know how to cook. The startup helps you do just that with a workflow that allows you to take photos of food you’re cooking and then create a recipe card that you can share with your readers.


Idea: A new luxury travel brand that sells experiences like a cooking class in Marrakesh, a private beach in Bali, or a safari trip in Africa. The company is targeting high net worth travelers with up to $3 million in investable assets.


A startup that delivers meals from restaurants to people who are too sick to cook for themselves


A startup that helps people who want to learn how to cook but don’t know where to start


A San Francisco-based company that wants to make it easy for people to take photos and videos of their food. The startup is focused on helping people create the perfect Instagram photos to show off what they’re cooking, eating, or buying.


A social networking site for people who like to cook.


Smartphones are great for task-tracking but lack any standalone tools to do things like keep a grocery list or plan a meal. Synapse is an app that takes all your shopping/cooking/meal plans and puts them into one place.


A company that brings together a community of people with the same interests. Its main community is focused on cooking, but it also had an early-stage fitness community.


A food delivery service that will deliver “all-natural” meals from a community of home cooks that the company says will be better for the environment than restaurants.


This is an outdoor camping stove that can cook in cold weather.


A startup that sells a variety of cookbooks with recipes that are easy to make and also donates a portion of their proceeds to charity


A kitchen system called the “KitchenPod” that’s meant to let you cook, then take the result home for later. The kitchen has a base unit, and a separate pod that connects to a smartphone. The fridge is connected to the base unit via Bluetooth, so it can track things like what you’re eating and how much of it you’re eating. When the pod is connected to the base unit, it can track the fridge’s temperature, as well as how much food it’s holding.


A startup that provides a service where people can have a personal assistant who is an expert at daily activities (laundry, cooking, cleaning)


A platform for finding chefs that can cook for you, for a fee, across a variety of restaurants. Peers who want to hire a chef post what they’re looking for, and chefs can bid on each request.


A restaurant-like space in a building that lets local entrepreneurs run a curated collection of food businesses — a quick-service restaurant, a coffee shop, an ice cream parlor, a bakery, etc. — in a single location. The space also offers shared office space and has a private chef who can cook for customers.


A startup that wants to help small businesses make use of the time they spend in the kitchen. It’s a way of connecting people with other people who cook at the same level as them, and a way to help them learn from each other.


The startup is building a social network for people who love to cook, with an emphasis on making it a place where everyone can learn from each other’s cooking.


It’s an app that recruits drivers and cooks. The startup is looking to build a rideshare business on the back of its app.


A meal-kit delivery service like Blue Apron or Plated, but aimed at people who like to cook and pay for it themselves.


A way to create a custom electronic “recipe” for how to do things, so you could, for instance, create an app to play a specific video file, or need to know how to cook a certain dish.


A business that brings a suite of software and hardware tools to help home cooks learn to cook from scratch.


The app helps people track the health of their food, from when it was planted to how it was stored to how long it was kept and how it was cooked.


The name of the service is taken from the Latin word “diaspora”, which means “dispersed” or “dissolved.” The company is building a platform for businesses to offer their customers a daily or weekly service, such as cleaning, cooking, or laundry.


A “guilt-free meal delivery service for people who want to eat healthier but struggle to make time for cooking”.


 This is a tool that helps restaurants make better use of their kitchen space. The startup’s product is a kitchen hand-held scanner that helps chefs size up customers to decide what to cook based on their food orders.


A new kind of grocery store that takes advantage of the fact that many people can’t shop alone. The concept is that it’s one person browsing the store while the other is cooking.


A company building a $10,000 smart kitchen device that can track and measure food production, helping people get to know the nutritional value of their food, and making it easier to cook healthier food.


Tastebuds helps restaurants and home cooks save money by paying suppliers directly and automating day to day operations.


A catered meal delivery service for those who work odd hours or don’t like cooking. You can order ahead and even set up a schedule to be meal-ready as soon as you arrive at work.


This is a tool to help restaurant cooks manage their recipes better, through a unified recipe book that combines all of their existing recipes across different platforms.


A product that combines a “digital kitchen scale” with a connected kitchen appliance. The goal is to make cooking more precise; for instance, you can measure the exact amount of rice you’re using.


A product that helps slow-cookers get up to 600°F, via a material that turns into a conducting plate when heated.


A platform for meal-kit delivery designed to eliminate the “kitchen limbo” where people lose track of how much is left in the fridge and need to go buy more. It streamlines the process of sending the meal components to the client, then doing the cooking for the client and keeping track of when it needs to be delivered.


A company that provides a new way to get into the food industry, aka “foodtainment”. The startup helps people learn how to cook and develop their own food businesses.


A mobile app that allows home cooks to more easily search and share recipes, and more.


 A subscription-based service that provides fake fake recipes to help people cook healthier meals. The startup says it can help people make 300-400 meals with these fake recipes, compared to the 10-15 meals they’d make in the normal course of their day.


A startup that aims to make it easy to share a meal without needing to learn how to cook or give a recipe. It’s a bit like Grubhub, but for the home.


A buyer’s guide for the home chef. The startup wants to help people learn how to cook new dishes without having to get too technical.


A startup that provides a service for people to have a home cooked meal from a chef delivered to their home


A startup that provides a service where people can hire someone to cook them a meal and then they can have a nice dinner out without having to cook


A startup that provides a service where people can buy gift cards that are customized by the giver (IE I buy my friend a gift card for a cooking class or to a spa)


A startup that provides a service where you can buy a non-perishable dinner, put it in your freezer and it will cook itself


A startup that provides a service where you go to someone’s house, eat with them, and they teach you how to cook one of


Idea: Cooking tech products that are affordable and easy to use


Idea: A startup for restaurants to purchase quality food and service from local chefs and cooks The startup will handle scheduling, payments, and logistics


Idea: Node is building a microwave that can connect to a smartphone and cook food It's crowdfunding the device on Kickstarter and claims that it can cook a frozen pizza in 2 minutes


Idea: A mobile app that offers a way for users to discover and book experiences like hot air balloon rides and cooking classes


Idea: A platform for people to pay for community services, like cleaning or cooking The startup wants to provide a way for people to outsource


Idea: A startup that makes smart home devices. One of its products, a WiFi-connected laser for the kitchen called Clipi, automatically adds a plant-based seasoning to food as it cooks.


A startup that creates a marketplace where people can resell their used cooking pans