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Can I afford a personal chef?

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Yes, you can!

Just add up the time spent planning, shopping, cooking and cleaning up, not to mention the time spent on those last minute after work trips to the market and you will realize that Flavor you can Savor is going to save you A LOT of valuable time. Now factor in the cost benefits of not throwing out the “spoiled” foods you never quite got around to cooking as well as the “menus gone wrong” that went down the drain because they just tasted awful. Don’t forget the money you will save by not frequenting your local restaurants because you’re just too tired to cook. Next imagine your increased health benefits from replacing greasy take-out or delivery foods with delicious and nutritious home-cooked meals and you will realize that a Personal Chef is quite affordable.

You might find yourself thinking who needs a personal chef? Let me just start by naming a few…

  • Busy Singles

  • Couples on the go

  • Anyone with special dietary needs

  • New parents

  • People receiving ongoing medical treatments

  • Smart people who just want a break

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From Zero to Hero

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Hello Everyone,  my name is Wesley Morrison and I currently work as a personal chef here in the Louisville, KY area.  My goal as a chef is to bring families back to the table, one meal at a time.  And health meals at that!  I also love sharing my education, skills, tips, and tricks to help the novice cook become their families’ hero at the dinner table.  I love all things food, fun, fast, and frugal.

Chef Wesley can assist with special dietary needs

If your goal is weight loss or finding tasty dishes that conform to a specific dietary need, Chef Wesley is here to help. Wesley can provide healthy menu options that are just as delicious as the alternative. Watch Kathy’s testimonial about how Wesley helped her achieve her weight loss goals.

Chef Brings Restaurant To Client’s Home

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CLERMONT — Home-cooked meals take some time, effort and imagination — sometimes more than those coming home from work have the energy to produce.

As a working parent, chef Andy Williams knows the feeling. So, he decided to come up with a solution for those who want delicious, healthy, preservative-free food, without spending hours in the kitchen.

His year-old business, New World Personal Chef Service, was designed and created to provide that service to career singles, two-income families, busy professionals, active seniors and athletes.

“I got into this to share good food,” Williams said. “I’m passionate about cooking, people and service.”

Williams initially meets with his clients in their homes and designs a custom menu to suit their needs.

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How to Hire a Personal Chef

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A personal chef is ideal for busy families and individuals who have strict dietary needs. A personal chef visits your home and prepares meals according to a pre-planned menu designed around your dietary needs and favorite foods. The chef does everything from grocery shopping for the food, cleaning your kitchen, preparing the food, storing the food and providing instructions for reheating and serving the food. In order to have a positive experience with a personal chef, you need to understand how to hire a personal chef that meets your needs.

Contact a company that specializes in contracting personal chefs. Set up a few interviews. If you know people who use personal chefs, speak with them about setting up an interview with their personal chefs.

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Personal chefs for special diets

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When Victoria Magnus cut gluten out of her diet eight years ago, it was hard enough to figure out which foods she could eat. But when she recently added dairy and soy to her list of verboten ingredients, she realized she had little left to consume. Even when Ms. Magnus, an assistant manager and event coordinator in property management, thought she’d cooked herself a meal free of gluten, dairy and soy, she would realize later that some of those ingredients had sneaked in.

“Even though I enjoy cooking, I was making mistakes because I don’t know how to read every label and understand it,” she says. “For the sake of my own sanity, I wanted someone to take out the guesswork so life would function a little easier.”

Ms. Magnus, who lives in River North, hired William Blackburn, a personal chef specializing in gluten-free, dairy-free diets, to make her seven meals a week—to the tune of $30 per meal.

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WHY YOU NEED A PERSONAL CHEF

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Do you find yourself going to the grocery store and feeling overwhelmed by everything that is on the shelves? With the hectic schedules that we all lead today it can feel like a chore to provide a good home-cooked meal for your family. Wouldn’t it be nice to have someone working in your kitchen, providing delicious – and time-saving – family-friendly meals? Look no further: A personal chef is the stress-free answer to your family’s grocery shopping and cooking needs.

A PERSONAL CHEF IS NOT A LUXURY

A personal chef service provides stress-free meals prepared to your specifications in your home. Your kitchen is left spotless with a refrigerator full of delicious meals. Having your own personal chef is not a luxury reserved for the rich. A personal chef service can cost you less than eating out at a moderately priced restaurant. Using a personal chef service can free up 10 to 12 hours of your time every week. Personal chefs are responsible for handling all the menu planning, grocery shopping, cooking, packaging and kitchen cleanup! All you have to do is come home, reheat your food, and you’re good to go.

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