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How to Start a Home-Based Personal Chef Business (Englisch) Taschenbuch – April 2011
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From estimating your start-up costs and finding clients to cooking for special needs and staying profitable, this book takes you through every aspect of setting up and running a thriving home-based personal chef business. Whether you're just starting to learn the trade or are an experienced chef looking to be your own boss, each chapter will guide you on how to build your own successful personal chef business. Look for useful charts and worksheets throughout the book, including: Equipment ChecklistSample Menus and RecipesClient WorksheetClient Questionnaire and InterviewSample Invoice
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Denise Vivaldo, whose Globe book How to Start a Home-Based Catering Business is in its 6th edition, worked as a personal chef while writing that book. In the cooking classes she teaches across the country, she meets students at every level and has seen a marked increase in interest in the personal chef field. She is an experienced chef and caterer with a degree from the California Culinary Institute.
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The book had many interviews from personal chefs, but there were so many conflicting ways people handled different items that it was confusing instead of being helpful.
Perhaps most disappointing was the recipes section. The recipes themselves weren't bad, but where are the packaging and reheating instructions?? These were just straight up recipes, many of them stating, "Serve immediately." How am I supposed to do that? It flies directly in the face of her stated 5x4 standard service. I know how to cook and serve food immediately. What I would think many people considering a personal chef business would need insight on is how to choose items that store and reheat well.
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