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Chefs battling coronavirus unemployment launch virtual cooking apps to hire restaurant workers
Restaurants wouldn’t have survived without PPP loans, owner says
Cameron Mitchell Restaurants owner Cameron Mitchell outlines how his restaurants are dealing with reopening after the coronavirus pandemic and how they’re all trying to follow the CDC guidelines.
Home cooks can now stream live cooking classes with their favorite celebrity chefs.
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That’s the idea behind 100 Pleats, a subscription-based app that connects amateur cooks with executive chefs to provide cooking lessons, recipe tips and feedback on culinary techniques like sous vide or sharpening up on knife skills.