Q: Can you use my containers?
A: Once again, uniform size containers take less storage space in your freezer, and I will bring the appropriate containers for the entrees I am preparing each cooking date. If there is an entree that would be better suited in your own casserole or baking dish we can arrange that. If you will save the containers for me that held the entrees you have already enjoyed, I will take those back with me each cooking date, so I will actually be rotating containers in and out of your kitchen regularly.
Q: The cost seems to be about what I would pay for an entree in a restaurant - why is that?
A: Although my fees are expressed per entree or per serving, they actually represent all of the components that make up a professional personal chef service. For example, the assessment process that I complete to determine your likes, needs, special dietary requirements and requests is used to customize your menu selections.
I modify all of my recipes to reflect your wants and needs; meal selections are submitted for your approval; all of the groceries needed for your meals are included; and your meals are all prepared in the safety of your own kitchen. Plus, packaging, labeling and storing your entrees are all features included in this price.
you were to compare a personal chef service to restaurant service you could think
of it this way...For a restaurant, you must drive to get there, possibly wait
for a table, take a chance that your server is having a good day, and if you have
allergies or special requests you don't always have the guarantee that they will
be honored, since most entrees are "assembly line" ready in the kitchen.
After eating your meal you must pay for it, tip the server, and get back in your
vehicle to drive home.
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