Boston, MA, September 19, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Too tired to cook? Is charity just another chore? October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Home Plate Advantage is dedicated to helping find a cure. Over 200,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. Home Plate Advantage is offering a “Think Pink” menu for the month of October, offering shades of pink entrees, soup, sides and even dessert. When a customer requests any of these items to be added to their meal service or dinner party during the month of October, Home Plate Advantage will donate $10 to the American Cancer Society in their name.
You can eat well and help a great cause when Laura MacDougall is your Personal Chef. Chef Laura started Home Plate Advantage Personal Chef Service to solve the “what’s for dinner” dilemma for busy people. “As a personal chef, I come right to the client’s home, create a menu designed specifically for the client, and am truly within the budget of most people,” she said.
After a free consultation to determine food preferences, dietary needs and frequency of service, Chef Laura will arrive at the client’s home on the pre-selected day with pots, pans, utensils and the groceries to prepare five different entrees with multiple servings each. When finished the meals are labeled and stored, the kitchen is cleaned, and you’ll come home knowing your family will be well-fed with little or no effort on your part.
Chef Laura gives you healthy meals, and the gift of time. “Clients say this service is a dream come true,” she said. “They also agree that compared to the cost of take-out and restaurant meals, the service is truly affordable and tastes much better.”
Personal Chef Laura MacDougall has been serving clients since July 2008 and has been feeding her friends and family for many years. She is a member of the United States Personal Chef Association (USPCA) and the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce. She is dedicated to excellence in the industry.