Blog & Media
Why the reset? An open letter from Eat In Chef’s Founder/CEO.
In April, I made the decision to enact a content freeze. We had a full product, but I felt as though our message was misplaced. Our marketing needed to catch up with our business model and product. I am excited to announce that we’ve given the Eat In Chef site a makeover and our messaging … Continue reading “Why the reset? An open letter from Eat In Chef’s Founder/CEO.”
Posted on June 12th, 2017 by Ara Galarza
Feeling lucky this St. Patrick’s Day?
Are you feeling lucky this St. Patrick’s Day? Green beer and Irish soda bread taste better when enjoying them with someone you love, so plan a last-minute date with your significant other! In case you need help deciding what to do, check out these fun and festive St. Patrick’s Day date ideas from Glamour. After a night of … Continue reading “Feeling lucky this St. Patrick’s Day?”
Posted on March 17th, 2017 by Ara Galarza
Listen up, guys! Dating tips for men, by a woman
Women often complain that men are bad listeners, but it’s time for the guys out there to listen up! We have some dating advice that’s worth paying attention to. Dating can be hard. What to wear, where to go, and what to talk about are just a few questions running through every guy’s mind when planning a date. … Continue reading “Listen up, guys! Dating tips for men, by a woman”
Posted on March 6th, 2017 by Ara Galarza
Meet the Chef: Heidi Blacker
Chef Heidi Blacker has over fifteen years of culinary experience, with a career and life that have taken her across the world. Before making her way to New York, she lived in Spain for many years as a private chef and English language teacher. She loves traveling, having been to South Africa, Kenya, and many other places, … Continue reading “Meet the Chef: Heidi Blacker”
Posted on February 27th, 2017 by Ara Galarza
So, what’s it like to have your own chef?
Most of you have probably never had a professional chef cook in your kitchen before. Personal chefs are only for the rich and famous, right? And even if you can afford a chef, you might be self-conscious about your kitchen. Is it too small? Too basic? Can someone really prepare a gourmet meal in here? Over … Continue reading “So, what’s it like to have your own chef?”
Posted on February 23rd, 2017 by Ara Galarza