United States Personal Chef Association personal chefs are open for business and ready to serve you. If you are still trying to get supper on the table after working long hours and are worried about nutritious and delicious meals for you and your family, help the industry and yourself celebrate by hiring a professional for your own kitchen. The direct tangible benefit to hiring your own chef will be the time saved in the actual meal preparation and the associated shopping, while still enjoying palate specific meals at a surprisingly reasonable cost.
Chef Lia Soscia of Long Island Home Cooking Consultant Personal Chef Service has been serving your area since 2004! Chef Lia Soscia is a member of the United States Personal Chef Association and is a Certified Personal Chef. You can find her business website at HomeCookingConsultant.com or call today for a complimentary consultation at 516-679-1452. Her menu is fully customizable and can meet a variety of tastes and dietary requirements. Home Cooking Consultant specializes in-home private cooking classes, special dinner preparations, dinner for two and other cooking services.
There are more than 5,000 working personal chefs with the overwhelming majority associated with the United States Personal Chef Association (USPCA). USPCA is headquartered in Rio Rancho, NM and is North America's largest and oldest professional trade organization for working personal chefs. Founded in 1991, the company has several thousand members represented in all 50 states and throughout Canada. USPCA is able to assist individuals seeking the services of a personal chef (www.hireachef.com)
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About Home Cooking Consultant and Chef Lia:
Chef Lia Soscia, is founder and owner of Home Cooking Consultant Personal Chefs services and is a Certified Personal Chef and member of the United States Personal Chef Association. She has been cooking for over 30 years and and has been providing the finest personal chef services and private cooking classes on Long Island since 2004. She is presently the Vice President of the NY Metro Chapter of the USPCA and is also a member of Women Chefs & Restaurateurs, and the LI Center Business and Professional Women. She has been written about in Chef Educator’s Magazine, Newsday’s Wellness Magazine, and has been published by the GildedFork.com, Cook's Illustrated Magazine and Personal Chef Magazine. She has also been seen on TLC's Honey We're Killing The Kids, providing a healthy cooking class where the children were taught to cook a healthy meal for their parents.