About Dinner@YourPlace


Certified Personal Chef Service

ServSafe Certificate Number 2323680


 The Concept

If you're tired of eating out and wish to have a healthier diet . . . If you want to spend more time at home, and save time and money . . . Dinner@YourPlace will help you accomplish these goals.

Although everyone's needs vary, a "typical" scenario goes something like this:

1. A food survey is completed to find out your food likes, dislikes and food-related health issues.

2. Based on the results of the survey a menu is created.

3. The menu consists of 5 entrees with appropriate side dishes. Each meal is divided into different containers, and packaged for the refrigerator or freezer -- for a total of 9 or 10 meals for 2 adults.

4. After designing the menu, purchasing the groceries for the approved menu, all of the meals are prepared -- with cooking tools brought to your home. The meals are then packaged for the refrigerator and freezer with re-heating directions. The dishes are done, dinner is ready, and you'll have good food prepared to your specifications, ready for you to enjoy when you want to; or when you have time. In 2 or 3 weeks different meals are prepared for you.

5. The meals are thawed in the refrigerator the day before consumption, and then reheated in the microwave, stovetop or oven. That decision is based upon your lifestyle, and the menu choices.

The cost for the above scenario which includes the menu planning, food costs, grocery shopping, food preparation and clean up can be discussed during our initial meeting. Family pricing is also available.

Why You Want To Do This

In a word...TIME! We want time to spend with our family or we need more time to really launch our careers. The world we live in is fast paced. Taking care of our bodies and our minds is a big job. Making time to do that along with everything else sometimes propels us into "Super People" mode. This we can do it all attitude is efficient, but not always healthy, or fun. Spending several hours on weekends during our only time off at a grocery store and buying frozen meals for the hectic week ahead leaves little time to relax and regroup.

Ask yourself, these questions:

1. Is my time worth something?

2. Am I eating well for my body?

3. Am I feeding my family nutritious meals?

4. Do I really know enough about new foods and nutrition to plan and create fun, delicious food?

5. Do I want to spend a lot of the time I do have to myself in the kitchen cooking?

If you answered yes to all these questions, perhaps you should consider becoming a personal chef. You can find out more about the association by clicking the link on "The Chef" page. If not, hit the "Contact Us" button and send and email or give our voice mail a call.

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