The original recipe for superstars was made from sugar and spice
and galactic gold flakes. Become a superstar chef with recipes from today’s Groupon:
$38 for a 50-week cooking adventure with secrets from the world’s most
acclaimed grand chefs, from The Chef Project ($80 value).
Combining 10 of the world’s top chefs for the first time, The Chef Project is the ultimate at-home cooking experience for foodies, regular cooks and those who can’t seem to inject variety into their daily meal regime. Groupies receive an email every Monday for 50 weeks, containing three recipes for them to try over the course of the week – entrée, main course and dessert. An example of such gastronomic delights is an entrée of asparagus a l’orange with blue cheese and mushrooms; a main course of rack of lamb on rock salt, garlic and thyme tempering and polenta; and fresh cherry mille-feuilles to sweeten the palate. The adventure is to make each dish during the week – either staggered out or all in one hit for a feast extravaganza. Those strapped for both time and cash are catered for as each dish requires less than 30 minutes preparation, and contain easily sourced, affordable ingredients. The dishes are also designed to be healthy enough to eat regularly.
Designing delicious, world-class meals easily accomplishable by the everyday person, The Chef Projects’ portfolio of 10 chefs are passionate about teaching others over the next 50 weeks. Chefs include Australia’s own gourmet icon, Jacques Reymond, owner of Melbourne’s award-winning “3 hats” self-titled restaurant; and Grant Achatz, owner of the number 1 ranked restaurant in the USA and one of Time Magazine’s 2011, 100 Most Influential People. A host of other chefs from Japan, Italy, Spain, France, the UK and China, inject their inspirational knowledge of food, flavours and cultures into world-class recipes. It is a global food odyssey, not a cookbook, which translates the motivation and epicurean exploration of these renowned chefs into the average kitchen.