Tuesday, March 24, 2009

News from Venus, no not the planet!

Eating Well in Tough Economic Times

We are all feeling it. In these current economic times, eating healthy can seem to be tougher than ever. In an effort to save money, many families have decided to eat in more often, but for the inexperienced cook, this can often be a daunting task. No one wants to sacrifice taste or convenience in order to eat healthy. You don't have to. I started my career as a personal chef because of my passion for making delicious meals available to the average family.

To stay true to my vision, I have recently adjusted my pricing structure so that my clients can continue to enjoy my services without feeling the strain on their finances. I now charge a low service fee plus the cost of groceries. The grocery bill depends on the menu you select. I shop as frugally for you as I do my own family.

It is estimated that a Personal Chef saves you 10 -12 hours a week! I do the menu planning, the grocery shopping, the cooking and the clean up. For many of my clients that convenience is priceless.

In the last few months, I have had many inquires about cooking lessons and interactive cooking classes. In response, I have added both to my list of services. Want to discover the secrets to freezer cooking, explore the frontier of fish, or learn the basics to create your own fantastic meals? I would love to show you how.

Tightening your belt doesn't have to be a literal term. As many of us turn back to the basics, you will discover that cooking from scratch can be less expensive, more nutritious and definitely more delicious than fast food or a quick meal from your grocers freezer.

Eat well, live well!

Venus

Website:Venus in the Kitchen
Email: venus.vanhorn@gmail.com
Phone: 816.914.0581

3 comments:

"The D" said...

Don't use yellow text it's in possible to read.

I have no idea what this post says.

Thank you.

Spyder said...

The D- Thank you! Please try again!

Zhu said...

I think cooking is always cheaper, plus it's much healthier as well. In North America, people are used to the convenience of fast food (not necessarily "fast foods", but also microwave meals etc. and it's too bad.

I believe cooking doesn't have to be expensive, nor take a lot of time!