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Chef Steps 15% off
A deal for us both
Just a heads up: I recently created three recipes for Chef Steps’ new mega pizza package, which includes pies from my friends Kenji López-Alt and John Carruthers, among others. My contributions are a Sicilian-American pie, a Sfincione (aka the O.G. Sicilian pie), and a brand-new recipe for New England Greek-style pie, which was inspired by my fave Greek pizza, from George’s of Harwich Port, on Cape Cod.
If you’d like access to these recipes, the other pizza recipes in the package, or any of Chef Steps other excellent recipes and cooking instruction, they’ve provided me a discount code—ANDREWJ—to share, which will get you 15% off of a 1-year “Studio Pass” subscription1. Best of all, there’s a 14-day free trial for new subscribers, so you can try before you buy.
I really love working with Chef Steps. A bunch of my friends now work there, and their recipes are all crafted with extreme attention to detail and are presented in a vivid, easy-to-understand format, with videos where appropriate. I think you’ll feel the same way, and encourage you to check them out. (I’ll be contributing more recipes to them eventually, but probably not many until the book is in the can.)
ChefSteps is owned by Breville, who make all sorts of great kitchen appliances. I’ll have some discount codes to share from Breville soon too, so keep any eye out for those.
Full disclosure: If you use this code and end up paying for a subscription, I’ll get a small amount of money back from Chef Steps, so it is win-win for us both.