Charging For Your Services, Content Creation and So Much More – A Discussion with Chef Justin Khanna

The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 63 Charging For Your Services, Content Creation and So Much More - A Discussion with Chef Justin Khanna part 2

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This is part 2 of a discussion I had with chef Justin Khanna. If you haven’t listened to part 1 yet, I suggest listening to it first, as this episode jumps right into the middle of our discussion. Justin is the co-founder of Voyager’s Table, a bespoke event production company. He’s also the host of The Emulsion podcast, and has a YouTube channel that has more than 20,000 subscribers.  Justin spent a number of years working in, and staging in, some of the best restaurants in the world including Per Se, Grace, Noma and Frantzen. This is part one of our interview. Part two will be released next. We discuss:

·                  The transition from restaurant cooking, to the personal chef & event business. 

·                  Staging

·                  Content creation, podcasts & YouTube

·                  Best practices from the world’s best chefs

·                  Pop-ups

·                  Charging for your services


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