I’ve always loved cooking, baking, creating meals for people to enjoy. Prior to retiring from my long held job in Honolulu and moving here to the mainland, I always dreamed of doing something with my cooking. I had a few ideas, but I never acted on them. One of them was to go to Personal Chef school up in Phoenix.
Recently, my husband and I have made the decision to move, and this would put us in a large city with more folks that might want to hire me. My dear friend, who lives in said town, is encouraging me to jump in feet first. There seems to be many professionals that are looking for Personal Chefs to make life a bit easier for them. She is one of those busy working folks that could help get connections for me to start out with.
I started to research these classes only to find that it is now offered as home study courses as well as seminars.
ChefTalk has given me loads of confidence in myself and my abilities. I’ve always enjoyed coming here for advice and learning from everyone, Professionals as well as Home Cooks.
Tell me, is this the direction I need to go in?
Would I benefit from these courses and seminars?
Is there somewhere else that I should look for Personal Chef training?
Edited by kaneohegirlinaz - 9/30/15 at 2:51pm