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Startup helps skilled amateur chefs get paid

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Lany Phlong left her corporate job to cook professionally – but she never went to culinary school. Thanks to Internet startup Kitchensurfing, Phlong is able to book dinner parties and cook her authentic Cambodian meals for an enthusiastic audience.