How To Become A Personal Chef

As I was cleaning up after dinner a few years ago, my daughter asked me what do I have in common with Nigella Lawson and the other ladies in the media? I smiled and told her, “Prue, I don’t have any common things with Nigella Lawson, I’ve never met her, I’ve never cooked for her, and I don’t intend to”. “No”, the daughter continued, “she’s a professional, she’s very well looked after, very well disciplined, andLook atthisweetbreador this cake. Yes, I know my manners, and I can handle it.”

Choosing Your Medium

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The next question is how do you find the time to cook a well-balanced dinner? There are many mediums in today’s marketplace. If you are seeking to become a personal chef, the most efficient medium is of course ‘On-line’. This is quick and easy as well as safe. From the last two years around, personal chefs have become quite popular. The problem is “who is on the one with the time to devote to work”.

I would suggest if you are seriously considering becoming a personal chef that you make the decision in advance andentertain your family at a time that is conducive to you doing your job. Why not involve your staff? You may have a rotated workforce of some sort working for you, so just spread of taking meals in and around town isn’t likely to happen.

Medieval Technique

If you possess the time, training and the patience that is required to be a personal chef, there is a great tradition in learning a technique or two from a pro. You can take a maximum of three days to learn the art, from scratch. Make it a challenge, set a deadline for yourself to achieve it, and importantly, challenge yourself to do it. Many personal chefs won’t trade secrets or Techniques with their competitors. You truly will want to get it right the first time, or at least as close to it as possible.

For the purposes of this article, I will touch on the title of this article: Cooking Medieval Style. There are many differing styles of this fabulous art, and for the purpose of this article I would like to mention a few.

My favorite is a freely posted recipe available on one of the Recipe Sites available on the web (see resources below). This article covers a Mediterranean inspired dinner that not only puts the Medieval twist into the recipe, but also fills it with essential and necessary ingredients found at the farmers’ market in Southern Europe. I ran across this recipe while checking online for more free food recipes.

For this recipe I will use the following ingredients:

• 2 pounds red Lobster Fritters• 1 pound young Stone crabs• 3 boiling teaspoons olive oil• 2 teaspoons dried oregano leaves• clove garlic cloves• sage infused

This if for four people, one can be at home and the other four can be in the kitchen and cooking together.

Apart from the chicken is used for garnish

This is a delicious dinner that goes well with the wine.


Simply add in the olives before cooking and cook in their shells for an added touch of elegance.

Apart from the olive oil is used to drizzle over the roasted chicken

For the wine, I will give you a Wine that suits the pasta and I will give you a few guidelines to follow as you make your own pasta.

How to Make Spaghetti and Meatballs

These recipes are a wonderful dinner that has many layers within it. The fullness of this dinner is a result of the spices, cheeses, and olives that are added. layers are broken off with tomato sauce and used to build the wonderful flavor of this meal.

1) 400ml extra virgin olive oil1) 2 large cloves of garlic, crushed2) 1 medium tomato, diced3) 3 sprigs of thyme (Italian thyme is preferred)4) 2 tablespoons of dried oregano5) 1 1/2 teaspoons of tomato puree

beat the garlic, then add the tomato puree and cook for ten minutes. beat again and add the dried oregano, and continue to cook until pasta is al dente. Remove from the heat and add the chicken

1) Cooked pasta can be served with a fresh salad or other garnish, or served along with a red wine for those who prefer red wine.

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