#013 Providing Constructive Feedback To The Community With Chef D

In today’s episode, we chop it up with Chef D, a private chef, TV Chef, and caterer with a cooking style that showcases West African and Caribbean fusion.

The ingredients for today’s episode include “Honey Jerk Wings, Coconut Rum Glazed Salmon & Chin Chin Chocolate Cheesecake”, “Why is African or Caribbean food not known for its customer service?” & “Providing constructive feedback to the community”

 

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Podcast Ingredients

  • We touch on the different types of poets
  • Male vs Female audiences
  • Between ladies and gents, who are more foodies?
  • We discuss the hurdles that women face.
  • Helping your brothers to progress
  • The Blackman vs everyone else
  • Providing critique without it being seen as an attack
  • Advice for doing supper clubs and events.
  • Why is African or Caribbean food not known for its customer service?
  • We touch on constructive feedback.
  • How to get team members to maintain your brand image
  • The types of people who hire a private chef
  • Chef D talks about his menu offerings
  • Should traditional dishes be authentic or watered down
  • What business lessons we can learn from other cultures approaches to selling food in the Uk.
  • How Chef D ending up cooking in the kitchen
  • Steps to becoming a private chef.
  • We talk Honey Jerk Wings, Coconut Rum Glazed Salmon & Chin Chin Chocolate Cheesecake
  • How Chef D tests his dishes

 

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