For many people (myself is included), cooking is a chore.
After a long day of work, the last thing you want to do is spend a ton of time putting together a dinner -- even if the end result will be delicious. Instead, you whip up something that's easy to make and healthy enough, and promptly wolf it down. Then, you're on to your next activity of the day: time with family, mountains of emails, or a quick episode of How I Met Your Mother before you hit the hay.
ChefSteps wants to change all that.
With an engaged community, a huge backlog of creative recipes, and most recently, a shiny new piece of hardware called Joule, the company wants to help regular people have more fun in the kitchen again.
In this episode of The Growth Show, ChefSteps Co-Founder Chris Young joins us to talk about his path to building the cooking startup -- and what he's learned along the way.