If you love to cook but don’t think you want to work in a commercial kitchen, becoming a private chef could be the path for you. As private chef Zipora Einav explains, “I love the creativity I have as a private chef. I can create meals and food items that meet the unique tastes and health needs of each client, and I’m not tied to a particular menu each day.” Plus, she adds, if you have the gift of gab, you may also “enjoy the personal contact” private cheffing brings.

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Chef Zipora interview for Food and Wine: “How to Become a Private Chef” by Jillian Kramer