Hiring a chef is a great way to reduce stress and become more acquainted with many different types of food. If you feel like you're not getting the most out of your chef, here are some tips to help him or her improve:
1. Create a plan
When you first hire your chef, a great way to help them transition into your home is to create a list of foods you want to have cooked. You should also list any dietary restrictions you or your family have. You could even go as far as designing a weekly menu for the first month they're on the job.
However, in time, you'll want to give your chef freedom to work their magic. After all, Colonial Domestic will only recommend to you the best cooks, and our chefs know how to put together some masterpieces that will delight your taste buds.
2. Add new entrées
Let's say you love the dinners your chef cooks, but you're getting tired of the same meals. If that's the case, sit down with your chef and ask if they could add some variety to your dinner table. The chefs Colonial Domestic hire have a diversified culinary background to help meet your needs.
3. Take a more proactive approach
While your chef will likely buy the groceries, you could help him or her by purchasing some yourself. If you do so, just make sure to let the chef know what you bought so he or she doesn't accidently bring home the same produce as you did.