RP157: Personal Chefs Branching Out

ReMARKable Palate #157: Personal Chefs Branching Out

This week, we hang out with some personal chefs in Tucson Arizona at the annual USPCA conference, and learn how some chefs are branching out beyond offering dinner solutions for busy people. These enterprising chefs are opening their own cafes and cooking schools, extending their brands to help their clients with healthy lunches, and even helping them learn more about cooking. We also speak with Gail Kenagy, new President of the USPCA, about where the industry is headed.

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Theme Song: “Go Fish”, by Big Money Grip, from the Podsafe Music Network.

ReMARKable Palate is a production of The Culinary Media Network. www.culinarymedianetwork.com

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2 Responses to “RP157: Personal Chefs Branching Out”

  1. How long was your presentation because I listened to it in entirety and enjoyed it immensely!

    Your delivery was fun, animated and on point! I’ve been to a pod camp but never had I had social media
    sound so much fun from your perspective! I think you need to make a presentation at SXSW if you have not!

  2. You’re talking about the “Harnessing the Power of New Media” talk? It was 1 hour 15, the entire length of the class. Thanks for the great feedback, I really enjoy talking about Social Media, and it was so great to speak to a crowd that was learning about most of these tools for the first time.

    I’ve given talks at Podcamps before, and it’s as fun, but most people are pretty well informed about the Social Media tools. Here, it was so rewarding knowing that I was bringing alot of people into the fold, so to speak.

    I’ve been asked to present at the IACP conference in Denver in 2009, so I’l be able to help even more chefs get into this whole Web 2.0 thing!