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.