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

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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Outro music provided by podcast guest Dylan Ubaldo (check out Toyomansi)

Intro Music: District Four by Kevin MacLeod

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The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 13 Marc O’Neil – Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Brand Building and Community

On this week's podcast, we have chef Marc O'Neil. Marc discovered his love of cooking at the age of 5 when his brother taught him how to cook bacon. He eventually starting working in kitchens, from Burger King to The Westin at BWI. Now he has his own business, focusing on keto meal prep, and events specializing in upscale comfort food.

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On this week’s podcast, we have chef Marc O’Neil. Marc discovered his love of cooking at the age of 5 when his brother taught him how to cook bacon. He eventually starting working in kitchens, from Burger King to The Westin at BWI. Now he has his own business, focusing on keto meal prep, and events specializing in upscale comfort food. 

In this episode:

·         Being a boss and building your brand

·         Looking at multiple streams of income in the food industry

·         Black Out Fridays pop-ups at Union Kitchen with UrbanChef31 & ChefJBDC

·         Mental health and substance abuse in the foodservice industry

·         Having a community of chefs to lean on, even when you work by yourself

·         Being aware of what you post on social media

·         Support vs consumerism

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Outro music provided by podcast guest Dylan Ubaldo (check out Toyomansi)

Intro Music: District Four by Kevin MacLeod

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The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 55 Chef Kisha Washington – A Discussion About The Personal Chef Business, Her Platform For Chefs and a Culinary Non-Profit

Chef Kisha Washington - A Discussion About The Personal Chef Business, Her Platform For Chefs and a Culinary Non-Profit

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On today’s podcast we have Kisha Washington. She is the executive Chef and Owner of 3 culinary industry businesses. The first is The Key Ingredient, which is a private dining and chef table experience. The second business is called The Kitchen Spectrum Collective, which is a platform for chefs. It’s a one stop shop for website building, branding, menu development and more. And the third culinary business is a non-profit organization called CookzCreed Foundation that provides scholarships and grants for culinary individuals, as well as mental health awareness resources and mentorship.

On the show we discuss:

pricing of personal chef dinners

landing gigs out of state

cultural appropriation, fusion and cooking food you love

managing workflow when you have multiple businesses

content creation and marketing

cooking competitions

setting up a non-profit and a board of directors

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Some of her favorite resources and cookbooks are Half Baked Harvest, Jubilee, Jerusalem and Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat

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Outro music provided by podcast guest Dylan Ubaldo (check out Toyomansi)

Intro Music: District Four by Kevin MacLeod

https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3662-district-four

The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 52 Los Angeles Chef Christina Xenos of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services

The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 52 Los Angeles Chef Christina Xenos of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services

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On this episode, we have Christina Xenos. She is a Los Angeles-based personal chef, and owner of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services. She’s also a recipe developer, does cooking classes and is the co-author of Opa. The healthy Greek Cookbook. She was also recently on an episode of “A New Leaf” on NBC, and The Cooking Channel’s Food: Fact or Fiction.

We discuss Greek cooking, getting on a national TV show, how Covid-19 has impacted her personal chef business, and cooking at The James Beard House with chef Argiro Barbarigou.

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Some of her favorite culinary resources are Sally’s Baking Addiction, Husbands That Cook and Ina Garten

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Intro and outro music provided by podcast guest Dylan Ubaldo (check out Toyomansi)

The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 36 Philadelphia Chef David Pollack and His Non-Profit Organization Cooking Without Kidneys

On this episode we have David Pollack, a chef in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania region. After experiencing kidney failure in 2003, and undergoing dialysis, David finally received a kidney transplant. Like all people with kidney issues, he had to change the way he cooked and ate. Taking what he learned about his new diet, and combining it with his knowledge of cooking, he’s created Cooking Without Kidneys. David is in the early stages of creating this non-profit organization. Currently, he’s sharing recipes on his website https://cookingwithoutkidneys.wordpress.com/. You can also find him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

You can listen to the show on BuzzsproutITunesSpotifyTuneInStitcherPandora and I Heart Radio.

On this episode we have David Pollack, a chef in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania region. After experiencing kidney failure in 2003, and undergoing dialysis, David finally received a kidney transplant. Like all people with kidney issues, he had to change the way he cooked and ate. Taking what he learned about his new diet, and combining it with his knowledge of cooking, he’s created Cooking Without Kidneys. David is in the early stages of creating this non-profit organization. Currently, he’s sharing recipes on his website https://cookingwithoutkidneys.wordpress.com/. You can also find him on TwitterFacebook and Instagram

Listen to Dave tell his story about trying to continue working as a line cook and sous chef as he was undergoing dialysis. He also shares some of his favorite recipe ideas.

Some of the people and businesses mentioned are: Guillermo VelosoJose GarcesCaffe GelatoCuba LibreMarc VetriJeff MichaudChef’s TableThe Mind of a ChefEpicurious.comAllRecipes.com

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Intro and outro music provided by podcast guest Dylan Ubaldo (check out Toyomansi)