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At-home chef offers convenience, luxury


Candace Bowling, or as her customers know her, Chef Candy, started her unique business, At Home Bistro, little more than six months ago.

At Home Bistro is an at-home, personalized chef service.

“I come into customers’ homes and I prepare meals for them for the entire week or for whatever they’ve determined I need to do,” Bowling said.

“Typically, I do meals for the week … I create a menu, I do all the grocery shopping, I bring all of my own pots and pans,” she added.

“I do all the cooking in their home, so it’s safe and in their own kitchen,” Bowling said of the at-home cooking process.

“I package all the food, label it, and store it in the fridge or freezer with reheating instructions,” she added.

Bowling works with customers to determine food preferences and dietary needs.


“It’s a specialized service; I can do whatever [customers] want. That’s what’s good about it,” Bowling said.

Bowling attended culinary school at Walters State Community College.

“I wanted a way to be home with my kids and plan my own schedule, so this works out for me,” Bowling said.

“I like cooking for people … I wanted it to be personalized and more individual.

“I thought this would be a good thing for me to do and I really enjoy it,” she added.

Bowling cooks throughout Knox, Blount and Sevier counties.

Bowling also offers catering services for parties or group cooking classes.

For a full line of her services and prices, visit www.athomebistro.com

 

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