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Three Great Reasons For Hiring A Personal Family Chef

Updated: Jan 10




Does this scenario closely describe your life? You and your spouse are working professionals with two or three young children. Between your careers and your kids’ schoolwork and after-school activities, there’s not much time to prepare family meals that are healthful and tasty. Your intentions are good but simply not practical. It’s time to hire a personal chef!


Look no further than Finest City Chefs (FCC) for a personal chef who’s the perfect fit for you. Owners Ron and Pamela Nugent founded FCC in 2008. Ron was trained at École de Cuisine La Varenne in Paris and Johnson & Wales University’s College of Culinary Arts in Rhode Island. He’s spent more than 35 years as a chef, caterer, restaurateur and health-food consultant. Ron and Pamela interview and train their team of chefs, all of who are at the top of their field, and share Ron and Pamela’s passion for the culinary arts.

Convenience: Personal chefs take away the burden of planning, preparing and cleaning up after all of your meals.

Customized meals: Your personal chef prepares breakfasts, lunches and dinners that are in sync with each member of your family. This factor is crucial for someone with special dietary restrictions, such as gluten-free or lactose intolerance.

Broaden everyone’s culinary palate: Are your family’s dinners on a rotating schedule of six of the same dishes? That’s monotonous! A personal chef can introduce new cuisines that will make your family eagerly ask, “What’s for dinner?” Countries around the world have their own first-rate cuisine. How about a supper of food from India, Thailand or the Mediterranean?


Excellent customer service is at the top of Ron and Pamela’s priorities. To learn more about hiring a personal chef from Finest City Chefs, simply fill in the form on this site. You can also call or text 858-342-1100. They look forward to hearing from you! And follow FCC on Facebook, Instagram, Yelp, Pinterest, YouTube and Twitter!


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