|Who needs a personal chef?
Anyone who believes in having great meals at home at a fair price but they just don’t have the know how, the desire to cook, or the time. This could be busy working families, seniors who don’t want to do grocery shopping and cook meals, single professionals, new mothers who want to spend time with baby, people with special diets who cannot eat out etc.
Isn’t this just for the rich? How can I afford it?
Having a personal chef is no longer a luxury. If you spend a majority of your time in restaurants, fast-food joints, eating on the run, living on frozen meals, stuck in traffic on IH-35 or Mopac, paying insane $$$ for gas, throwing away unused groceries, buying some exotic ingredient and never using it, feeding your kids chicken nuggets and fries, and never sitting down together, YOU might be a good candidate for a personal chef.
With obesity, chronic degenerative diseases and the high cost of medical care on the rise, you will be saving money by protecting your health.
Fast food joints are notorious for bad and unhealthy foods and many chain restaurants use prepackaged and frozen items. Wouldn’t you like organic, fresh healthy meals and your time back? I can save you 10-14 hours of time per week by taking care of meals for you.
The meal plans come out to being comparable to eating at a nice restaurant, except you are in your own home, no need to drive or tip, and you get food tailored to your palate.
Can’t you cook in your home and bring it to me?
Is there anything a client needs to do for a cookdate?
Can I use disposable containers?
Will you cook meat, fish or eggs?
Do I have to use all organic groceries?
Can you pick up a couple items at the store for me?