To all of my followers, I just want to say thank you!!
My business mostly thrives on word of mouth, which is why I would like to draw for a GIVEAWAY. Yes...another Giveaway. I love giveaways. :)
My Personal Chef Service is a fairly new Service, so therefore I would like as many people to find out about it. Especially through word of mouth.
Before I tell you what I am drawing for, I'll explain what you have to do to get your name in the draw.
It may get a bit confusing, especially for those who already officially follow me on my blog.
If you already follow me, all you have to do is recommend my blog to someone who doesn't and have them follow my blog. Leave me a comment of the person's name you are recommending my blog to, and all they have to do is follow me, and your name along with their name (if they officially follow) will be put in the draw.
If you are new to the blog, and want your name in the draw, all you have to do is officially follow. So easy!
Now...here's where it may get confusing. Word of mouth really is the best form of advertising and this is where everyone in the draw comes in. If you post a blog, or post on your wall on facebook about the company's new service (Personal Chef, Menu Planning, and Kitchen/Pantry Organizing) then your name goes in the draw again. So in total, you can have your name put in twice for the draw. Again, let me know that you've done this by leaving me a comment on this blog post.
Hope that makes sense.
Okay...What is the draw for?
It's a big one this time!!
2 Family Meals Prepared for your freezer, consultation and menu-planning session, and some tips on organizing your kitchen so it makes sense. Along with the recipe's in a folder of the freezer meal I've specifically prepared for you and your family.
What inspires me? Food! Everything about it. The way it smells, looks, tastes, and more than anything else, how it can bring people together. I have 3 beautiful children and a husband who are my biggest fans. I hope I am instilling in them the love for food, creating new dishes and working with new flavors that I have.
One of my favorite things to do is spend a day at the farmer's market. I get excited when I see all of the freshness there is to offer. The food that is available and what I can do with it once I get it home, I feel like a child in a candy store. That is where most of my "creating" takes place.
What is my style? Simple yet elegant. It's the difference between taking a simply roasted chicken, and adding that little something that brings out those flavors even more.
What motivates me? The season and what it has to offer. The occasion whether large, small, elegant or simple, and the people I am cooking for.