5 things you didn’t know about Eataway meals

Are there any Eataway virgins?

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Warsztaty kulinarne

Alex Atala, brazylijski szef kuchni, powiedział kiedyś, że najpotężniejszą siecią społecznościową nie jest Internet, nie jest Facebook, a jest nią jedzenie.

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Feature Friday: the Best Tagine in Kraków by Khawla

Meet Khawla, a super cool girl from Morocco, who cooks the best tagine in Kraków!

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Feature Friday: Meet Michal from Bratislava!

Michał, how did you learn to cook?

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Eataway Saturday: Genius Fermentation Class with Eataway Cooks!

Eataway Saturday: Genius Fermentation Class with Eataway Cooks!

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Feature Friday: Małgorzata and Piotr from Kraków

Małgorzata and Piotr live in Kraków and both are architects.

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Feature Friday: Sumona's Bangladeshi kitchen

Sumona's a Bangladeshi native passionate about gardening, photography and cooking, obviously.

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Eataway Saturdays: Luscious afternoon at Andrzej’s summer house

There’s been a lot going on at Eataway HQ lately.

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Feature Friday: Enda Pärisma

Enda is living a very active life in Tallinn, Estonia.

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Feature Friday: Mike Paradowski

Mike is the first Eataway cook in the USA.

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Feature Friday: Sindhuja Sankaran

Born in Chennai, then moved to Cardiff and is now in Krakow Sindhuja had a turbulent start with cooking; for starters she had no interest in it.

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Feature Friday: Samar Singh

Samar Singh, is orignally from India, but has been living in Poland for 8 years now.

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Feature Friday: Sheuli Bhowal

Born in East India where food is a celebration, and brought up in a traditional family, Sheuli leaned to cook from her mother, grandmother, and other women in her family.

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Feature Friday: Mira Park

The youngest of 6 sisters, Mira was born and brought up in the town of Haenam, South Korea; famous across the country for its food.

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10 Tips for How to Become the Best Eataway Cook

So you've made a profile, and you've designed a menu, but how do you make sure your table is full every week?

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Feature Friday: Marta Bradshaw

Marta Bradshaw, is the founder of Eataway, but also one of our cooks!

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Easter and Spring Around the World: Memories from our cooks

The first day of Spring is just weeks away, with many celebrations approaching quickly.

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Pascal's Mayonnaise à l'estragon

Pascal shows us how to make the famous french condiment, Mayonnaise à l'estragon.

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Feature Friday: Kasia Pi

Kasia Pilitowska hosts both a breakfast and dinner almost weekly in Krakow, Poland with a beautiful view.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Go To an Eataway Meal

Feeling a bit nervous about going to your first social-dining experience?

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10 Reasons Why You Should Host an Eataway Meal

If you’re not sure about hosting your own Eataway meal, here are some tips why you should!

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Becoming a Freelance Cook

We all know the appeal of ‘becoming your own boss’ - it all sounds idyllic for those whose skills lend themselves to a life of working from home.

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Feature Friday: Meet our cook Kasia Mirecka

If you follow our cook Kasia Mirecka's meals you will see that she is constantly changing what she offers.

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Sheuli's Mango Lassi Recipe

Sheuli loves to cook and says, "All traditional dishes I learned from my mother and grandmother with the signature of our family tradition.

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Today on the menu: Food Service Magazine Features Eataway!

"After just a few minutes of conversation with Eataway's founder, it turned out that Eataway is not a fun home-grown restaurant, but a planned world business concept in development for a long time.

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How Eataway Can Help You Live Longer

This summer the Wall Street Journal covered it, and now Wysokie Obcasy.

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Launching in Slovakia and the Czech Republic

Eataway is expanding!

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Vegetarians and cyclists of the world - unite!

We love vegetarian food and we love bikes!

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Eataway in Duży Format!

In today’s edition of “Duży Format” published by Gazeta Wyborcza you can find and in-depth article about Eataway.

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Time for Warsaw!

Our home cooks in Kraków have already hosted over 400 guests from the U.S., Great Britain, France, Belgium, Japan, Zanzibar and even Brazil since we started Eataway a few short months ago!

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Potato Power

Pierogi ruskie, Belgian fries, tortilla and placki – what do they all have in common?

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A Meal at the Market

With Eataway, our aim is to bring visitors into our homes, and share our food and our experiences in our most personal surroundings.

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Take Uber to Eataway

Eataway’s simple idea for cooks and guests has been compared to Uber’s for taxis and riders, so who better to pair up with to provide transport to and from Eataway meals than Uber itself?

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Gourmet Godzilla

I can’t imagine cooking all on my own, so I always have my two Godzillas with me – Good and Bad.

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The Proof of the Pudding

It’s all very well having a good idea, but it’s not always the case if you’re the only one who thinks so.

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Who will I meet?

When we started Eataway just a few weeks ago, we were curious who would turn up.

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The Power of Pierogi

In the world of food, pierogi are rather small and unassuming.

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