This year has brought new challenges to my weekly Sunday food prep with no less than three different diets in our family now.Read More
There are certain times in life when I’m especially thankful that I’m a chef and able to help others in times when they need it most.
As a personal chef, I’ve had clients contact me for a variety of reasons: to help with senior parents who find it difficult to cook for themselves anymore, a single commuter who doesn’t have the time to prepare proper meals at the end of a long day, or families with a child facing a new food allergy or special diet. Whatever the reason, it feels good to be able to help them and their loved ones get through a tough situation.
But the one situation I can relate to, and that touches me most, is the call to help someone who is facing a surgery and a lengthy recovery period. This is what I began to call my ‘Surgery Suppers’ service. I’ve had to put this service to the test on myself and for my family more than once, so maybe that’s why it touches me more than any other service.Read More
Meal preparation, sometimes referred to as “meal prep”, is the preparation of meals for a period of time.
Along with my training and running schedule has come a few necessary additions to my routine: strength training, Pilates, and of course, meal prep.
Every Sunday I set aside a few hours to prepare food for the coming week. Honestly, my new schedule is too hectic not to. It’s either that or eat junk, and I’m not going through all this exercise and training to blow it all in the kitchen.Read More