The Start Up Chef is a project from Maya Baratz and Hunter Walk in Silicon Valley who have created a very unique cookbook for charity.
They asked over 75 different Silicon Valley start-up entrepreneurs to give them their favorite recipes and in line with the many of the technology based business owners who provided recipes - the book comes with a fairly new format in the e-publishing sector.
Using Leanpub the book will continuously be updated with new recipes and all thr profits generated from sales of the tech food book go towards the charities, No Kid Hungry and the Rockaway Plate Lunch Project.
There's recipes from Dennis Crowley, the founder of foursquare and others from entrepreneurs at Yahoo, Google and Foodspotting - to name just a few.
The minimum price for the book is $10 with a suggested price of $20.
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