Category Archives: Chef’s Blog

Happy Anniversary, California Chef!

We at California Chef are celebrating our 13th year in business this month! And we would like to thank each and every one of you who have used our service at any time during that span! From Day 1, we have dedicated ourselves to providing the absolute best food for our clients, and we can […]

Yelp Users Say, “We Love You, California Chef!”

We just received a certificate from Yelp acknowledging us as “one of the most highly rated and best reviewed businesses on Yelp!” This follows notification back in April that for the 5th year in a row, we have been named an American Express Card Member Favorite! The message seems crystal clear: Once people try California […]

Go Ahead and Be a Fool—But a Wise One!

Whenever you’ve determined to zig while everyone else is zagging, there will be people who tell you that you’re being foolish—or reckless—or crazy. They may be right—or you might just be a genius! But a genius is a type of person who most people have a hard time recognizing—until that person has already accomplished something […]

When in Rome . . . (Or, How to Jump-Start Your Stalled Resolutions)

OK, I’m a procrastinator, and any procrastinator worthy of the title needs to be a good rationalizer—so I have that distinction as well. Now, how do I put these impressive skills to work to come to terms with the fact that it’s March 1st (March 1st!!!) and I’m nowhere near fulfilling the goals that I […]

Freshology Has Closed Its Doors, So Make a Fresh Start With California Chef!

We heard yesterday afternoon that Freshology has gone out of business. Since almost no one goes into the food business without having a real passion for it, we genuinely empathize with the pain and disappointment that those who worked for Freshology must be going through at this time. We also sympathize with the former clients […]

Out With the Old, In With the New

For many of us, 2016 was a challenging year. As a country, we went through one of the most divisive presidential campaigns in our nation’s history, and even now, long after the vote tallies have been finalized, rancor remains. I’ve even heard of families cancelling Thanksgiving celebrations together because support for different candidates split loved […]