You might be wondering...

Who Cooks for You? was featured on Tallahassee Talks, a local radio show with Miriam Dady.  Listen to the show below.

Who Cooks for You? was featured on Tallahassee Talks, a local radio show with Miriam Dady.  Listen to the show below.

Is personal chef service expensive?

Meal service is less expensive than eating in a restaurant, and healthier than eating fast food.  If you eat out two or three times a week, using a personal chef can save you money.  Plus, you don't have to go to the grocery store or wash up all the pots and pans after cooking.

How often do you cook for your clients?

For the majority of my clients, I cook once per month.  For some families with children, I cook twice per month. There is no contract and you are never locked into a certain schedule.

How do you determine what you'll cook for me?

I will meet with you and your family to discuss food likes and dislikes.  I will then develop a menu based on your preferences.  You will receive your proposed menu for approval well before your chef service day.
 
What do I need to supply?

All you need to supply is empty counter space, a working stove, oven and sink, plus empty space in your refrigerator and freezer.  I bring the cookware, ingredients, packaging, and everything else needed to prepare delicious meals for you. 

What if I am a finicky eater?

The truth is, almost everyone is a finicky eater to some extent.  We all have our likes and dislikes, whether it's a distaste for green peppers, or not liking the texture of canned tomatoes. I see it all the time.  Finicky eaters are my kind of people because I can easily accommodate their preferences.

What if I am on a special diet?

I am experienced in a wide range of special diets, whether it be gluten-free, non-dairy, Paleo, IBD, diabetic, vegetarian, vegan or other types.  I will research recipes to meet your specific needs and can work with your nutritionist or doctor when appropriate.