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Why be a chef on Cook’d?


Build your own small home-based food business and make a good monthly income for yourself.


You just “cook”, and Cook’d app does the rest from your own webpage, order management, and financial transactions, and marketing.


Effortlessly market yourself, your kitchen, and your unique offerings.

Enjoy the convenience of seamless payments and financial tracking.


Grow your business with opportunities to host classes or cook for hire.

How to make my own home cooking business?

Yes, you can. Three easy steps to be a successful Home Chef on Cook’d and make money:

1. OPEN KITCHEN: Open your kitchen on Cookd: Fill up you’re your food items and bit about yourself

2. INVITE & PROMOTE: Invite your friends, neighbors, social network. Cook’d can also promote your proven kitchen in local marketplaces with Ads.

3. DELIVER & MAKE MONEY: You deliver the orders on Cook’d and make income for your home kitchen business!

How do I get started?

First, download the Cook’d mobile app or signup on Web and use Web App on your browser.

It is simple and easy. You can have your kitchen and home business open in 10 min!

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Next, follow the app’s instructions to set up a profile for your kitchen and begin adding your first menu items.

Have questions? Check out our resources page for tips on pricing, photographing, packaging, labeling, allergens, legal stuff, and more. Also, remember you can reach out to your sous chefs anytime at

Check out our chef resources

Attend a chef training webinar

We know that you’re busy cooking away in your kitchen, but we wanted to invite you to our free Webinar/Online Training.



How to market your food items and grow your home business

Money Saver

How to get your first $100 business income from Cook’d


Defining Food items, building your menu and pricing them


How Cook’d automatically creates your “Web page for you listing all your food creations

Let’s Use Cook’d & Get Started

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