Los Angeles resident Jennie Cook considers herself a lifelong student of the art of hospitality, and has dedicated any free time these days to helping America change the way we eat. Her 11 years as the owner of her recently deceased restaurant, Cooks Double Dutch, changed her in unimaginable ways, and increased her life experience tenfold – no kidding.

Jennie in the Park

Jennie in the PArk

Jennie has three children – two 20-something daughters and a high schooling son. She has been married to the same man for 30 years and considers it one of her greatest accomplishments. She loves to talk about marriage and her kids – be forewarned. Actually, she loves to talk about anything. Mostly, she loves to talk about food.

Jennie is a self-taught chef and mother, often using eccentric and unconventional methods in child rearing, education and sautéeing. She doesn’t much like baking, but likes people who do. She loves biking and always has. She’s a member of many food organizations, including but not limited to Slow Food, the Chef’s Collaborative and the International Catering Association. She has an intimate relationship with each group and is often consulted as an expert by those who run them.

Jennie is for sale. Prices are negotiable. She is available for the following: creative catering of course, mentoring, dinner parties, retail and restaurant marketing campaigns, customer service training and advice for the independent business owner or start up. Talk is cheap – free, really, and she does enjoy it – just ask.

Contact Jennie at 323.982.0052 or through her website at www.jenniecooks.com

Jennie’s  a trained and dedicated permaculturist through Earthflow Design.