30A’s Hunter Davis began working in the restaurant business when he was 15 years old. After working for his grandparents, he went to work at The Summer Kitchen in Rosemary Beach. It was there — working in that bustling local hot spot — that Davis first developed a true passion for cooking.
Over the years (he’s now 27), Davis has worked with several different chefs and ran kitchens for other restaurant owners before deciding to cook-up his own personal recipe for success, The Dish and The Spoon. A new personal chef service, The Dish and The Spoon focuses on preparing fresh and organic foods for clients, right in the comfort of their own home.
“Freshness is so important,” said Davis, who hand-selects everything himself, from local organic vegetables to fresh seafood and meat.
Davis said that he prepares meals for regular families, as well as for larger gatherings of up to 20 guests. “Why go out to eat when you can have your own personal chef cook a fantastic meal in your home, while you and your guests watch?”
For more info, visit The Dish and The Spoon’s Facebook page.
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