Zip Code Cooking Club

For several years, I brainstormed about setting up a cooking business with one of my daughters, who took a year of chef training.  I am also inspired by the Texas Honeybee Guild who keeps over one hundred beehives all over Dallas and features “zip code honey”.

A personal chef service with fresh Farmer’s Market produce and meats could provide hassle-free excellent meals to families.

I looked on-line and there are several models to choose from.

The cookbooks I like best are “Nourishing Traditions” by Sally Fallon and the Wheat-Belly Cookbook.  Both cookbooks provide awareness of the foods we are eating.  http://www.amazon.com/Nourishing-Traditions-Challenges-Politically-Dictocrats/dp/0967089735 and http://www.amazon.com/Wheat-Belly-Cookbook-Recipes-Weight/dp/1609619366

I have been cooking, canning and fermenting from a variety of sources, including these for about two years.

My husband and I, both in our sixties, are enjoying better health, weight, and calm stomachs that we have since our largely chemical-free childhood diets.

I hope lots of people are inspired to offer some kind of food service.  Personal chefs cook in client’s kitchens.  Licensed kitchens are also available for rent and storage throughout the Metroplex.  You can offer some foods from your own unlicensed kitchen.  Check local and state cottage industry food laws.

People everywhere want to eat better.  It is fun to get to know your clients and to have them appreciate what you are doing for them.

© 2014 Kathryn Hardage                     kackymuse@gmail.com

 

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