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Let Chris cook for you

31 Aug 2010

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How would you like a Docklands neighbour to do your shopping, drop over and cook your dinner?

Chris Koehn would love to.  The Docklands resident has started a business called Chris’s In Home Cooking Services and she is looking for people who appreciate that their precious time is better spent with their families, and having more quality time to pursue other things.

Of course this offer is not for everyone.  It takes a lot of understanding, respect and trust to make such an arrangement work.

Chris has the key to the door of a number of special clients.  Having spent the last 50 something years living a rich and varied life including plenty of professional cooking, Chris has the maturity and integrity to make this business work for herself and her clients.

Chris’s past includes time spent in the navy, as an elite swimmer, in fashion, real estate, executive housekeeping and the banking industry giving her enough life experience to mesh with a wide range of clients.  Her passion for cooking with only the freshest seasonal ingredients and offering the best personal client service makes this a rewarding job.

Chris moved to the Merchant in Bourke St, Docklands, last December from North Melbourne.  She had spent the previous 14 years in Melbourne’s inner city so she is fully immersed in the local scene.

She grew up in a refugee family which was displaced during the Second World War.  Her mother arrived in Australia with three children under five years old.  Cooking was how her mum earned the family’s income.

“It occurred to me a little while ago that I was becoming my mother.  How scary!” she said.

“But I really am indebted to my mother for showing us the richness available from the abundance of fresh produce that we have here.”

This is Chris’s passion in offering this great service and she is determined to succeed.  

“I’m sure that, if I connect with the right sort of people, it will be a win for both of us,” she said.

“The fact of the matter is that many people would like to eat well, but they are too busy to. What I am offering is the best possible outcome without even having to think about it.”

The first step is to make contact with Chris on 0402 108 105.  She will then discuss your personal cooking requirements.

For further information, see http://www.mypersonalcook.com.au or email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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