Providence, RI (PressExposure) February 24, 2012 -- Maybe you just want to fill your family kitchen with the wonderful aromas of home cooking.
Home Star Cuisine, personal chef services based in Providence, Rhode Island, has launched the Senior Savvy Concierge Division to meet the growing need for seniors who appreciate finer dining and authentic home cooking.
Deb Fernandez, founder of Home Star Cuisine who studied at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, noted, "Some seniors live alone or don't want to fuss with the details of meal preparation. Some want to entertain their friends but don't the distraction and labor of cooking an entire dinner party. Our new Senior Savvy Concierge Division can whip up a single meal or wide range of meals for the entire week. Whether our client prefers New England classics or ethnic fare, we streamline the process and tantalize the taste buds."
From comfort food to a gourmet dining experience, Home Star Cuisine provides food in many styles to suit senior preferences including home-style, vegan/vegetarian, international cuisines - Mexican, Italian, French, Spanish, Greek, Middle Eastern and Indian, heart healthy, low sodium, Weight Watchers, gluten free and more.
Personal chef services can be purchased weekly, biweekly, monthly, or occasionally, depending on your needs.
Each service includes initial consultation and kitchen assessment, menu planning, shopping, cooking, packaging and labeling with heating instructions and clean-up.
Chef Deb has been cooking since her teens, professionally for over twenty years. She has served as private chef for the Jesuit community at Boston College and in various Jesuit residences in the Boston area for over a decade.
"My greatest joy in life comes from feeding people. I strive to make delicious, life-enhancing, spirit-sustaining food, and look forward to sharing my experience, talent, and enthusiasm with you," noted Chef Deb.
She outlined, "My first food memories are of my grandmother's hand-made ravioli and my grandfather's Spanish tortilla. I grew up in a family of accomplished gardeners, bakers, and cooks, and attribute my spirit of culinary adventure to my mother's confidence in the kitchen. My very first solo attempt at cooking dinner for my family began with coq au vin and ended with homemade eclairs. Since then I've studied with and drawn inspiration from masters of some of the world's great cuisines. Currently I'm drawing culinary inspiration from the bounty of local farmers markets.
To arrange for a consultation, please contact Deborah Fernandez, Chef and Proprietor, at 401-484-8535 or visit http://www.HomeStarCuisine.com.