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Those passionate about parties or cooking can now realize their dream of working from home at something they enjoy. Denise Vivaldo shares her experiences and advice on all the essentials and more, including estimating start-up costs and pricing services, finding clients, outfitting one’s kitchen, and honing food presentation skills.


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Those passionate about parties or cooking can now realize their dream of working from home at something they enjoy. Denise Vivaldo shares her experiences and advice on all the essentials and more, including estimating start-up costs and pricing services, finding clients, outfitting one’s kitchen, and honing food presentation skills.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    It's a very high level, easy to read, overview of how to start a catering business. Good examples of menus and forms, but too high level to be practical other than a list of things to think about. All the books in this series are filled with recipes which I find not really useful as everyone's style and business differ and those 32 pages could be better spent. Good resource/book list in the back. Would recommend the Caterer's Handbook instead, which appears more daunting, but is a more serious t It's a very high level, easy to read, overview of how to start a catering business. Good examples of menus and forms, but too high level to be practical other than a list of things to think about. All the books in this series are filled with recipes which I find not really useful as everyone's style and business differ and those 32 pages could be better spent. Good resource/book list in the back. Would recommend the Caterer's Handbook instead, which appears more daunting, but is a more serious tool.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Fredrick Danysh

    The author shares her experience in starting and running a home-based catering business. Details such as business plans, permits, cost analysis are among some of the topics covered. Many sample forms are provided dealing with daily operations. Some contacts and suppliers are listed for the West Coast and Central Eastern seaboard are listed while everything between the Serria Madres and the Appalachian Mountains are ignored. Overall, it should give the reader some ideas to think about.

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