Denver, CO – OCTOBER 09: Home Chef Chef, the all-in-one home cookery and restaurant website, is offering up to $25 off all meals and snacks in the United States on the first day of the holiday season.
Home Chef, founded by chef, restaurateur, and restaurateur Josh Hager, has raised over $1.5 million on Kickstarter to create its online grocery shopping portal, which is expected to launch this year.
In addition to the $25 coupon, customers can get up to 20% off all of the Home Chef food and beverage offerings, as well as up to 75% off the entire menu.
(Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images) The new deal also applies to all of Home Chef’s existing stores in the US, including stores in Austin, Boston, Cleveland, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, DC.
Home Chef was created by Josh Hanger and his wife, Melissa Hager.
The Hanger family is also behind the original HomeChef.com, a website for home cooks and other home cooks to connect with one another.
HomeChef launched in 2009 and has been a huge success for Josh and Melissa, who founded the site with their parents, who had been restaurateurs in the industry.
HomeCheff has more than 10 million monthly visitors and has become a top source of inspiration for chefs in their kitchens.
The company has grown to include a dedicated team of more than 200 chefs, with hundreds of new chefs joining every month.
Hager and Hager co-founded HomeChefs in 2011.
Hager says he was inspired to start HomeCheers by his own parents, both of whom he has known since childhood.
His parents were chefs, but were much more into catering than cooking.
Hagers mom, Linda, worked at the Culinary Institute of America, which was also a part of the Culver City culinary scene in the early 2000s.
Hanging out with her parents was a huge source of pride for Hager as he grew up.
He started to cook in his teens, and in his 20s he began to teach himself how to cook at home and started working at a number of restaurants, including Pizza Hut and the Olive Garden.
Haged says that his parents were so proud of their work ethic and passion for cooking, that they gave up cooking for a couple of years when they realized that it was not something that they were very interested in doing.
Hagers mom and dad decided to put their passion into something bigger and more important than cooking, and he started to travel the world to cook, teaching himself the basics of cooking.
His father even made a list of places where he wanted to eat that year.
Hagan said that he wanted his dad to start with the most important things: food.
“He said to me, ‘I want to make sure that I get to know my parents first, because if I don’t, they’re going to be upset that I’ve left the kitchen,'” Hagan said.
“They said to him, ‘You’re going be like a chef for the rest of your life.'”
Hagan also said that his dad had an idea for what he wanted HomeCheese to become.
“He started to get very excited about that idea,” Hagan recalled.
“He said, ‘We’re going into the restaurant business, and I’m going to get a full-time job, and when I’m done, we’re going back to home cooking.'”
Hager said that the first home cook was not only the cook, but the owner.
“The first home chef was the person that made the food,” Hager said.
He said that for him, the first meal he made at home was a traditional Indian meal that was traditionally cooked by a single woman.
The dish was traditionally served at the beginning of the day, but now that Hager is on a team with other talented chefs and has expanded his horizons in the restaurant industry, he has been able to take this dish and make it into something new.
Hanging out at HomeChesterHager says that the home cook has become an integral part of his life, but he still enjoys it and still finds the meal satisfying.
“I’m a home cook and I like it, but I like cooking,” he said.
Hagan says that he also enjoys cooking at home because he enjoys sharing his passion for food with his family.
“It gives me a lot of motivation and energy,” he explained.
Hanger also said the relationship with his parents has been an important part of HomeChees existence, which he said is a huge step for him.
“Growing up, my parents always said that my dad and I should always be together, but my mom didn’t believe me,” Hagers dad said.
He said that when he started working with his mom,