1. Sitting down to plan a weeks worth of meals (without distraction) - 1 Hour
Includes searching the internet or cookbooks for recipes and building complete meals.
2. Writing out a grocery list based on the menu planned. - 1/2 Hour
3. Grocery Shopping - One store = 1 Hour. Multiple stores could add up to 2 hours.
4. Cooking - Let's be real. Putting a meal on the table in less than 30 minutes is a messy effort. Possible? Yes, but the norm? Not really. I estimate 45 minutes - 1 hour to put a balanced meal on the table.
5. Clean Up - If the family helps - 30 minutes.
Total amount of time you spend planning, shopping, cooking and cleaning up three meals a week: Anywhere from 6-8 Hours per week, MINIMUM!
What if Guest Chef could do all of the above for you, freeing up your time to be better spent on other important matters instead, all the while feeding you great tasting food like this:
- Sunday time spent planning instead of enjoying family time with the kids.
- Stopping at the store on the way home from work when stores are at their busiest, instead of just being able to go straight home after a long day.
- I don't know what it is, but kids just seem to complain less about food when someone else cooks the meal. Save yourself the aggravation of complaining kids and enjoy peaceful dinner-table conversation about everyone's day instead.
- Time spent cleaning instead of reading, playing or helping with homework.
Don't even get me started on variety. Aren't you tired of the same meals week in and week out? With Guest Chef, dinner is always interesting!
Hiring a personal chef isn't lazy or extravagant. It's about prioritizing the quality of food you serve in your home to take care of your busy family the best way possible. If you are interested in learning more about Guest Chef personal chef services, contact me at 201-892-4887 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.