Cookapp Lets Amateur Chefs Test Their Cooking Skills Professionally

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: Jun 6, 2014 • References: cookapp & springwise
If you are an amateur chef, a new app helps your turn your own home into a pop-up restaurant. Cookapp allows aspiring cooks to get around restaurant licensing rules and connect people who love to cook with people who love to try new food.

Cookapp targets an audience who are looking to promote their culinary skills in a more professional setting. An amateur chef can become a registered host through the site by signing up through Facebook or email and filling out an application. In addition to passing home and kitchen inspections, the prospective cooks must cook and audition meal, which will be photographed by a Cookapp professional food photographer. By ensuring the dining experience is both safe and of high quality, Cookapp can appeal to adventurous diners.

To become a diner, all one must do is sign up with the app. You are encouraged to make a donation and rate the host after the fact. Stats for Prospective Restauranteur Apps Trending: Older & Chilly
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