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Cabbage Apple Salad
I love cruciferous vegetables. They're great nourishers of the body and are loaded with organic compounds to help keep your system clean and disease-free. One of my favorites when I'm going for festive, fun, and fast is my cabbage apple salad. Here's how I put it all together.
Catering Mixers to Boost Your PC Business
More recently my wife and I were asked to cater a party. The budget was much lower than we usually worked for, but we had a good feeling about it and did it anyway. What surprised us was all the business that would come from it. Here's what happened.
Cooking For More To Boost Your PC Business
Have you ever cheffed a party where more folks popped in than you planned? I've done a number of them. Do you rigidly stick to your agreed upon numbers or do you adjust and turn an inconvenience into opportunity? Here's what I mean.
Cranberry Cranberry Sauce Recipe
I'm a sucker for cranberries and the sauces that include them. It's been my tradition for a few years that every time cranberry season comes around, I would create a sauce that spotlights them and pushes the envelope on the traditional. This year's no different. Here's what I did and how I did
Educating Your Personal Cheffing Clients
Every relationship requires time, effort and role-up-your-sleeves work. When it comes to client retention and growth it all comes down to added value and education. Find out how to educate your clients to turn your business into an entrepreneurial magnet.
Establishing Your Personal Chef Niche
Your niche is the ticket to move in your area of interest with your personal chef business. For some it may be working with folks who are severely overweight while for others it may be special health challenges. Whatever your focus is you can design your PC business around it. Here's how.
Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook - Review
A few months back I was contacted by the PR person for the NY Times bestselling book Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook, a book of slow cooker recipes, by Phyllis Pellman Good. Here's my review.
Fleshing Out Your Content Objectives
Prior to creating content, that is not only relevant to your audience but can be parlayed into a business builder, you’re going to want to know what you want your content to accomplish. Learn the process of fleshing out your content objectives to get the highest ROI of your time and creativity here.
Food Television Can Boost Your PC Career
Personal chefs, like any artist, can fall into a lull. I call it 'Chef's Block'. You try to push the envelope with your culinary creations, but for some reason you just can't breakthrough that creative brick wall. Food TV can be your answer. Here are 3 'F's to boost your PC career.
Forbidden Rice Product Review
I was at my local health food store and I came across a 'new' rice. Shaped like long grain brown rice and black like wild rice, its name... Forbidden Rice. As I've always said, you've got to explore what's out there so you can keep your offerings new with your clientele. Here's my review.
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