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Pricing can be one of the most difficult aspects of catering it really is the make or break. I would like to ask you how much experience do you have in catering? Have you worked for a professional caterer? Working for a profitable caterer for a year and learning how they price their menus might be the best option for you. I personally have done a fair amount of catering both high volume and for smaller intimate parties. One of the biggest mistakes I made was under pricing...
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This is great news thank your for letting us know about the discount offer.
Your post was held for moderation as all first time posters are. It has been approved you should see it now. 
Welcome to ChefTalk glad to have you in the community. How is school going for you? If you would please post a review of your culinary school as it helps other students out trying to decide on the right school.    Thanks,
Welcome to ChefTalk thanks for sharing your story. I went to the  ​  and found the same experience that the hours wear you out but the energy of working the line and the creativity really spur you on. If you wouldn't mind please take some time and post a review of your culinary school. THanks.
Welcome Chef it must be an amazing culture to work in and the food products must be spectacular. It would be appreciated if you posted some photos of the markets and food where you are working. Thanks. 
Welcome to ChefTalk Rose we are glad you joined. What part of Poland are you from? It is a country I have always wanted to visit but have not been able to travel there yet.   Please let us know if you have any questions about ChefTalk.
Welcome to CHefTalk it sounds like you live in a very peaceful place which is just right for baking some delicious treats. Please let us know if you have any questions about the forums. 
Welcome to ChefTalk how long have you worked as a personal chef? Do you manage one family/client or several at a time?
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