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Savokinas Introduces Personal Chef Service


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As more and more people find themselves busy and unable to prepare a healthy home cooked meal each night, personal chefs have added in-home meal preparation services to their list of client offerings and Chef Scott Savokinas, of Cuisine Inspirations, LLC  is no exception.

Busy professionals and time-starved people can now have fresh-cooked meals prepared for them, in their own homes, in accordance with their likes, dislikes and dietary requirements.

The service begins with a free comprehensive consultation and food-preference interview to help determine whether or not a Personal Chef Service meets the needs of the person or family. Next, food preferences and dietary requirements are used to develop customized menus.  Each client chooses the frequency of service, from weekly to bi-weekly or even monthly, depending on his or her needs. On the day of the service, Cuisine Inspirations, LLC both shops for the groceries and prepares the dishes in the client’s home.  When finished, the entrees are packaged for storage and labeled with heating instructions.  The client is left with meals and a clean kitchen!

To introduce this new service, Cuisine Inspirations, LLC is offering a $100.00 discount on any Personal Chef service scheduled through September 30, 2011. Contact Cuisine Inspirations at: www.cuisine-inspirations.com or 973-219-6954.


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