Double Rainbow

Double Rainbow

Can you taste the rainbow? When you replicate the great quinoa salad from local favorite Juiceland, you know you've got something special. 

Sushi Dinner Party

Sushi Dinner Party

Do you like sushi? I sure do. It was a blast sharing some with a group of new friends this past month. Props to DK Sushi for selling great seafood. 

Food I Love - Bliss Nut Butters

Food I Love - Bliss Nut Butters

I am loving this. It's crunchy, a little sweet, a little salty, and a little cinnamon-y. Found at Central Market, this Bliss Nut Butter with cinnamon and chia seeds is so satisfying. It's not the kind of peanut butter you spoon gobs of into your mouth mindlessly while you watch Game of Thrones. No, you savor it. You contemplate it. You become one with the PB. So dang delicious. 

 

You can afford a personal chef.

You can afford a personal chef.

You can afford a personal chef. 

It's true! 

Hiring a personal chef for a one-time event or on an ongoing basis can be much more affordable than you might imagine. The cost can be quite comparable to going out to a restaurant or hiring a caterer to bring in food that was made off-site. 

Imagine not having to do grocery shopping. Forget about driving to restaurants, waiting for a table, waiting for your food, then even more waiting for the check to arrive. And consider the good it can do for your long-term health. It makes having a personal chef something you must try. 

You can have dinner cooked and served in your own home, at your own time, using ingredients you trust, with a custom menu for a family of six for about $30 per person. Contact me for a personalized quote!