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we had a grand experience. Jenna was timely and efficient and flexile enough so that the small dinner party was awesome with WONDERFUL food. thank you Jenna... we had the chicken and asparagus with lemon curd tarts for dessert...would do it again in a heartbeat. marilynJun 26, 2016Verified
The food was good, however, Caterer should have arrived earlier than 6 for 7 meeting. She was not set up to begin serving food until 7:20. We were able to make up the time, but would have been helpful if earlier.May 14, 2016Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My prices vary by occasion, amount of people, or if there are special circumstances (ex: wedding cake needed etc.). It also depends if the occasion requires full service or if it's a drop off. There are a lot of factors that go into pricing, but I will tell you I don't over charge. My prices are extremely reasonable and my food is always homemade.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I reach out to potential customers with a price, potential menu options, and my information. I ask for at least a quick phone call if not a meeting so I can provide exactly what they're looking for and depending on the occasion I schedule a tasting. I want the customers to have a memorable experience with my services so I try to give plenty of options. I take care of everything so food is the last thing the customer needs to worry about.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have my associate's degree in liberal arts from Blinn College, another associate's degree in culinary arts from Galveston College, and my bachelor's degree from the University of Houston in hotel and restaurant management. I have my food manager certification, instructors certification, and proctor certification from ServSafe. I'm also a full time culinary arts teacher (this will be my 5th year teaching) so I'm up-to-date on trainings, trends, and education for this field.