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Simple Feast App Features Recipes from José Andrés, Michel Richard

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Late D.C. restaurateur Michel Richard.
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Modern technology has made spicing up one’s culinary repertoire as easy as pie.

Digital archives are swelling with trade secrets from hospitality vets willing to peel back the curtain on how to create and partake in amazing foodstuffs. Newcomer Simple Feast wants to contribute to that conversation by focusing on healthful, seasonally inspired recipes culled from pioneering chefs the world over.

Restaurateur José Andrés, former White House pastry chef Bill Yosses and the late Michel Richard are all in the mix, collectively sharing nearly five dozen recipes covering appetizers (Andrés’ gambas al ajillo; Yosses’ deviled eggs with yogurt), hearty main dishes (Richard’s seafood-packed bouillabaisse; Andrés’ grilled cauliflower steaks) and sweets (Yosses’ coconut panna cotta).

According to a SImple Feast aide, the app allows for customizable searches based on nutritional goals/dietary restrictions/allergy issues. And the company is working with on-demand grocery provider Instacart to ship the ingredients required to prepare said recipes right to any interested user’s front door.

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