What is Eat Simple Food?
Eat Simple Food is a national recipe development and food photography service, as well as a local Charleston, SC private chef business.
Eat Simple Food is a natural and organic private chef service for homes, yacht or vacation rental. Eat Simple Food takes care of custom menu planning, grocery shopping, preparing ingredients, cooking, and cleaning up. My goal is to enrich your life by making you delicious healthy meals made with organic, local, and sustainable ingredients.
Need small business food consulting, recipe development, or food photography for your food, magazine, t.v. show, or healthcare company? I have tons of recipe development & food photography experience and can help create recipes for restaurants, cookbooks, wholesale food products, or culinary equipment companies.
How Does Small Business Consulting or Recipe Development Services Work?
Rates start at $75 a hour and project packages can be discussed for long term commitment. Please let me know if you are interested in obtaining food photos of your products or nutritional values. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 843-410-FOOD (3663) to set up a consultation.
Can I use your pictures?
All pictures are copyrighted ©2015, all rights reserved. Please contact Beckie Hemmerling – Eat Simple Food at email@example.com or phone at 843-410-FOOD (3663) to obtain authorization to use any photos for any reason.
Non commercial use of photos/recipes is permitted on social media sites as long as photos/recipes are properly credited as well as linked to Eat Simple Food’s original website content and photos/recipes are also linked/tagged/shouted out to Eat Simple Food’s page on the social media site at the top of the post. Photos can not be altered or cropped in any way.
Do you have insurance?
Yes, Eat Simple Food has General Liability insurance of 1 million per incident and 3 million aggregate annually.
Where is Eat Simple Food located?
Charleston, S.C. and surrounding areas (Kiawah, Seabrook, Isle of Palms, Sulllivans Island, Mt Pleasant, Daniel Island, James Island, Johns Island, etc…). Areas over 15 miles away from the peninsula are subject to a travel surcharge.