New York, with its nickname as “The Big Apple”, has long been known as a hub from arts to politics to everything in between. But while most people think about the allure of New York City, few appreciate what makes this state unique: its diversity in both demographics and culture.
In some ways, the third most populous state is a state of contrasts: with a dairy industry of over 18,000 farms, the robust wine industry in the Lower East End, and the main metropolis of New York City, home to over 8.5 million people and roadways with the notoriety of being the most congested in the nation.
But maybe because of these contrasts, it is also one of the best places for a personal or private chef to work. Here’s why. Continue reading “Four Reasons why New York is a Great Place for Personal and Private Chefs”