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Are you wondering if a personal chef is right for you?


Imagine this: It's 5pm. Your client has just called to say that he is running late. Or your boss has just brought you the revisions that she needs you to make on the project that's due tomorrow. You check your watch. Even with your commute, you could still make it to the gym... if you skip the grocery store and opt for carryout instead.


Or what about this: It's a typical Wednesday. You have to get the kids to and from soccer practice and piano lessons, pick up the dry cleaning, stop for gas (that little light on your dash has been on for a while now) and go to the grocery store. What time will it be when you finally get dinner on the table? Maybe if you order a pizza instead, you can still make it to the dry cleaner and the gas station, pick up the kids, and have everyone fed by 8:30. When was the last time these children had a vegetable? Does marinara count?

Sound familiar?

Now imagine this...

You smile at your boss and tell her, "No problem!" You know that you will still have time to hit the gym because you have a beautiful filet of pan-seared salmon and roasted organic vegetables, already prepared and waiting for you at home. All you have to do is reheat and enjoy.

Or... you get in your car, turn on your favorite music (Cher circa 1995, anyone?), run your errands and pick up the kids, secure in the knowledge that there is roasted free-range chicken with mashed potatoes, gravy, and a fresh salad with homemade vinaigrette (none of that bottled stuff!) ready for you at home. Family dinner is just waiting for you to heat it up and put it on the table.

Your day has just had 2 extra hours added to it! That's what happens when a personal chef has been to your house.

Still wondering if it's worth the money? Ask yourself these questions:

  • How many times a week do we eat out?

  • At the end of the week, how much perishable food do I end up throwing away because I never had the chance to use it?

  • How much time each week do I spend meal planning, grocery shopping, cooking, and cleaning up?

  • If you have been buying commercial frozen prepared foods, read the labels. How many of those ingredients sound like something you actually want to feed your family? Sodium nitrate? Modified what now? Hydrolyzed who?!


When you take these things into consideration, you'll realize that a personal chef service is truly worth every penny.

You can come home every night to a home-cooked meal that has been custom designed for your tastes and dietary needs, prepared from fresh ingredients with no additives or preservatives, packaged and neatly stored in your refrigerator or freezer for you to enjoy at your leisure.

Because life is complicated... but eating well shouldn't be.

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