Dinner for Eight

The client's accepted the proposal - which amounts to lots of appetizers, a really serious steak of the very very best quality (I have a wholesale restaraunt supplier), a ton of wine, and a bunch of other interesting eatables.

The way this works is that as a Personal Chef I cook the menu in their kitchen (it's something along the lines of in-home catering); doing everything from the planning and shopping to washing up the final dishes. This is going for $54 per person (8 people). Sounds like a real good deal. For them it beats the price of an equivalent dinner in a restaurant all to h*l*.

Now, I have to actually do the work --- bah. Planning is easy; it's execution that's difficult.

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