Category Archives: Personal Chef SF

How To Boil Water & Other Requests We Get!

Just last week I got a call from a busy Hedge Fund manager, father of two, who was eager to do something special for his wife’s birthday. Since the kids are little, they don’t get the chance to go out for dinner much and so he wanted to offer a gourmet meal, without leaving the […]

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How to Prepare Tasty Spring Blossoms In Just A Few Steps

So happy to see the squash blossoms at the Farmer’s market last week! Had to get some… Squash blossoms are a treat generally unavailable to all but home gardeners and habitués of farmers markets. They’re so extraordinarily perishable that few supermarkets bother trying to keep them in stock. Both the male and female blossoms of […]

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Colorful Passover treat

For Passover this year, I decided to come up with a fruit tart recipe, and see if I could achieve the goodness of its taste, with no flour and no cardboard taste! I started with fine ground Matzoh meal, almonds and butter and pressed that on the bottom of a removable side pie dish that […]

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Frozen Burritos Are Overrated!

We’ve been getting more and more requests for our Personal Chef services in San Francisco and so here is a bit more information about what we offer! Do you always feel you are too busy to cook or even to go grocery shopping? Have you always wanted to eat healthier, but don’t know where to […]

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The 10 Best Lunches Under $10 in Union Square

We have had a number of clients in the Union Square area and that has given us insight into eating on the cheap around these parts. Not known for its culinary prowess, this part of town still has some good eats—you just have to pick and choose, even within each restaurant. 1. For blustery days, […]

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