Personal Chefs Jersey City NJ

Looking for Personal Chefs in Jersey City? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Jersey City that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Personal Chefs in Jersey City.

Lisas Creations
20 Oak St Jersey City
, NJ
 
Anthony David's
(201) 222-8399
953 Bloomfield Street
Hoboken, NJ
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Events By Yanira LLC
205 Park Ave APT 8 Hoboken
, NJ
 
Advanced Entertainment
427 Highway 440 Jersey City
, NJ
 
Jajas Party Place
2024 Bergenline Ave Union City
, NJ
 
Badwyn Communications
374 Monmouth St Ste 1 Jersey City
, NJ
 
Joyous Occasions
73 Western Ave APT 13 Jersey City
, NJ
 
A Small Affair Inc
171 Danforth Ave Jersey City
, NJ
 
The Organic Grill
(212) 477-7177
123 First Ave.
New York, NY

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Keith DiLauro Catering
(203) 948-9066
New York, NY
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Chef hire: Hire a Personal Chef for a Special At-Home Celebration

Hiring a chef to prepare dinner for your friends is an indulgence that elevates at-home entertaining to white-glove standards.

Apparently, more and more people are enjoying the indulgence. According to the American Personal Chef Association, the personal chef industry will likely top $1 billion in annual sales before the decade is out. Some clients are busy dual-income earners who hire personal chefs to prepare their everyday meals; others enlist chefs to meet special dietary requirements. But a significant segment looks to personal chefs to ratchet up the exclusivity factor for their special occasions.

Hire a Personal Chef for a Special At-Home Celebration

Jim Huff, a Queens-based personal chef who goes by name The Traveling Culinary Artist (travelingculinaryartist.com), serves clients throughout the metropolitan area. Huff says he often is hired for "significant" birthdays, anniversaries, and holiday entertaining. He has prepared romantic dinners for two and elegant feasts for 50.

The key advantage of a personal chef, Huff says, is flexibility. He points specifically to the ability to design made-to-order menus. "Restaurant and caterer line cooks are taught a set of recipes that seldom get adjusted based on the clients' specific palates," he says. "Personal chefs are generally flexible in terms of menus as well as individual recipes."

As a personal chef, Huff doesn't prepare foods in a commercial kitchen. All cooking is done on premises. "For more elaborate menus, this can entail cooking in the client's home for t...

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