Be a Chef and Host a Dinner

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Eddie WhartonHunter@eawharton · Data Scientist, Dinner Lab
Has anyone used this? The concept looks very cool. Some meals are free and are just trying to connect people and sometimes they cost $90+ and have multiple (fancy sounding) courses.
Kenneth Cohen@kennethacohen · Product Manager @ Handy
Really into this idea. Kind of a reverse Kitchensurfing. Nice hunt @EAWharton :)
Riccardo Arvizzigno@riccardoar · ex Product Hunt team
I want to know more too! maybe we can do an AMA with founders!
Riccardo Arvizzigno@riccardoar · ex Product Hunt team
What is the difference between Feastly and Cookening ? ( https://www.cookening.com/ )
David Spinks@davidspinks · CEO, CMX Media
I'll get Noah in here. Amazing product with a really solid team. Huge fan of Feastly, we used it to host our VIP dinner for CMX. @riccardo Cookening is more for travelers to help them eat with a local (another really solid team and product)