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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.
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.
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.