Difference between private, personal chefs

03/13/2007 | Daily News (Los Angeles)

Personal chefs, who typically work for several people and prepare numerous meals for their clientele, have become more easily available for people who can't afford private chefs. Personal chefs typically charge between $200 and $400 a day, depending on the culinary requests, plus food costs, and they usually cook five meals a day for four people.

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