CookScanner Compared: A Side by Side Ranking Against other Dining Options

When it comes to eating, Americans are faced with countless options. While the most traditional mode of everyday meals has been, for decades, cooking at home, less and less Americans are cooking and more are eating out.

The problem? Eating out can be expensive, noisy, and time consuming. Restaurant meals can also be bad for the waistline, and often, impersonal Continue reading “CookScanner Compared: A Side by Side Ranking Against other Dining Options”

Bread Perfect: Guide to Baking the Perfect Loaf for Your Clients

For Chef Bryan Mascatello, the decision to start baking his own bread came down to a matter of finances: buying wholesale bread can be expensive.

For other chefs who are not primarily bakers but have started making their own bread, it’s a matter of both integrity and taste. Even though the idea of baking bread in house for restaurants is not new, more and more private and personal chefs are starting to dip into the practice. Private Chefs of the acclaimed Martha’s Vineyard, for instance, offer homemade pita bread with customized menus; Liz Fabel, a traveling personal chef, has taken to teaching others the art of baking. Continue reading “Bread Perfect: Guide to Baking the Perfect Loaf for Your Clients”

How to hire a personal chef on Cookscanner – Tutorial

Hello and welcome to Cookscanner tutorials.

If you were looking to hire a private chef on Cookscanner but don’t know how to do it – here is the whole process, step by step. It’s very simple and fun.

After you have signed up for an account and have completed your details you can start browsing in order to find the right chef for you. Continue reading “How to hire a personal chef on Cookscanner – Tutorial”