Help Wanted: Personal Chef
Personal chef and grocery shopper.
Prepare regular meals (including late-night snacks) and keep the pantry and fridge full.
Must not cook meals that look like those on Hell’s Kitchen, Master Chef, and Chopped.
No bloody rare steak.
No puree to decorate plate.
May be required to produce two dinners each night, standard Southern cooking for my wife and Seafood and Cajun dishes for me.
May need a pickup truck to haul beverages from the store to the house (sparkling water, bottled water, Coke, Wine, Scotch). The chef will be allowed two drinks per day but must supply his/her own mixers.
No accommodations other than an old chicken house.
Chefs who have worked at the sous chef level or higher at any or all of the following New Orleans restaurants will be given an automatic second interview: Brennans, Antoine’s, and Galatoires. Experience at the Biltmore Estate Restaurant in Asheville, NC is also desirable.
Chef will be terminated immediately if any dinner looks like it came from IHOP or Golden Corral.
We eat off of TV trays while watching TV. Try to adapt to that.
Training at a top-of-the-line culinary school is a must.
We do not want to see any meals that originated in the home-economics tradition of the 1940s and 1950s.
Note: We measure the levels of alcohol in all bottles nightly.
No girlfriends or boyfriends allowed.
Easy work, we think, in a farm environment in NW Georgia. Your resume may include the fact that you were the personal chef of the author of the Florida Folk Magic series.
8 thoughts on “Chef Wanted: Low Pay, Few Benefits Other Than Resume Material”
Sounds like it’s time to go out to dinner …
We live in a rural area. It takes us a while to get to a restaurant.
Ha ha! Better get started then 😉 Didn’t Alastair Cooke once drive 300 miles for dinner in the USA? Engage cruise control, phasers on stun, and off you boldly go.
If he did drive 300 miles, he was probably looking for a good burger place.
Wish we could afford that!
The Florida magic series must be selling well. 🙂
So far, nothing. I guess our standards are too high.
Ya think? 🙂
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