In order to create and sustain relationships with your clients, you need to gain their trust. Many chefs spend so much time focused on their craft they forget the single, critical ingredient every client needs – trust. It’s one thing to cook great-tasting food and a whole other matter to describe you and your services in such a way that clients want to pay you well for your craft.
The career for the decade is independent chef. These chefs work for themselves, call their own shots, and blend personal and private chef duties for clients.
If you’re exploring a career as a personal or private chef and want real-life stories and essential tips about working in this profession, this post is for you! Whether your focus is being a personal or private chef, or a blend of both, Part three of this series examines real-life independent chefs and the essential […]
The differences between personal and private chefs are not as important as the pros and cons of the real jobs. This is part two of a series examining the traditional and modern careers of independent chefs.
Up until now, social distancing for independent chefs did not exist. Personal and private chefs are not burdened with regulations like restaurants; however, safeguarding health at work during this crisis is still a priority for independent chefs.
For many chefs, starting a business in the midst of a global economic crisis is the last thing on their lockdown-to-do-list. But history proves it’s not such a bad idea.
Up until now, COVID-19 best practices for independent chefs did not exist. Personal and private chefs are not burdened with regulations like restaurants; however, safeguarding health at work during the pandemic is still a priority.
Micro-weddings are the latest in wedding trends. But what is a micro-wedding? And how does that favor personal chefs? Micro-weddings are small, intimate affairs with a guest list under 50 but still include the dress, flowers, and a not-to-be-forgotten meal.