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April 4 2010 Personal Chef Newsletter


Hey Chefs & Food Enthusiasts!

Love hearing from you guys! This week's article looks at some of the areas you should look at when you're thinking outside of the box and marketing through your local Chamber of Commerce or any of the organizations or mixers you attend. There were quite a few other elements that I could have mentioned in this article, but I'll have to do some follow ups as I see there's an interest; otherwise, this would've been a document as opposed to an article. ;-D

Keep your comments coming. It helps me to know what you want to read about.

Enjoy!

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Quick Recap:
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-This is a shameless cross-promotion, but I'm not above that ;-) so check out this Smoky Red Bean Recipe when you get your next moment. It's simple and very tasty!: http://bit.ly/srbeans

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A's - 4 - Q's [ Answers - 4 - Questions ]
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The difference between honing and sharpening?

Honing is done with a steel where the edge of your knifes blade is straightened out resetting/realigning the sharp edge. It needs to be done either before or after each use. My preference is directly after and that way when I'm ready to use it the next time, it's already got its sharp edge on it.

Sharpening actually involves the removal of some of the metal on your knife through grinding away. It only needs to be done 2 - 3 times per year depending on what you're doing with your knives.

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PC BUSINESS TIPS:
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- Educate your clientele on the values and benefits of fresh herbs and spices. Their growing knowledge will build on their appreciation for what you do and your indispensability.

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UP THIS WEEK
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ARTICLES
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Here's the latest article from the Personal Chef site at BellaOnline.com.

Marketing Through Your Local Chamber Of Commerce
by Jason Hodge - Personal Chef & Vegetarian Sites Editor
Your local Chamber of Commerce is a major resource for building your business. In many cases it's a highly untapped marketplace waiting to be engaged to help you grow your business. They're there for you and now you have to show them how your business is there for them. Here's how.

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art31147.asp

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You know, I really enjoy writing for you. If you tell me the areas you're most interested in I'll do my best to address them. Let me know what's on your mind and let's have a lot of fun together as we explore the world of food and the folks who love it. Pass this newsletter along and let's do breakfast, lunch and dinner together.

Join me next time when I put out more foodie stuff!!!

As always... it's been a pleasure sharing with you. Until next time...


Jason Hodge
Personal Chef & Vegetarian Editor
http://personalchef.bellaonline.com
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