Not Another Tofu Scramble
Chefs / Posted 6 months ago
If you live in the Denver Metro Area and would like to learn about having the chef behind Not Another Tofu Scramble cook in your home on a one-time or regular basis, head over to the ‘Contact’ page to request information about our personal chef services.
Whether you’re a vegan, an omnivore looking to eat more healthily or a person with multiple complex dietary needs (gluten-free, food allergies, paleo, Ayurvedic protocol, raw, etc.) Katya is happy to work with you to create a meal plans that you’ll love. She maintains a high degree of cleanliness, respect, efficiency and courtesy in your home at all times.
Menu includes dishes from the following traditions and beyond:
-Indian (North, South and Marathi)
-Southern Soul Food
-New York Ashkenazi
-Latin American (Mexican, Salvadorian, Dominican, Venezuelan, Cuban, Puerto Rican)
-Middle Eastern (Palestinian, Lebanese)
-California-Style healthy fusion
The chef can come to your home once a week and prep your weekly meals so that they’re packaged and ready in the fridge and freezer. She can also cook for you once every couple weeks, or multiple times per week.
-Do you do the grocery shopping or do you use ingredients that I’ve already purchased?
Whichever you prefer
-Can you cook for parties and events?
-Do you have your own reliable transportation?
-Will you submit to a background check upon request?
-Can you cook using low-budget ingredients?
Absolutely- the food and ingredients can be as simple or as high-end as you like
-Do you have experience making baby food for infants?
-How do you work out pricing?
Clients cover ingredients plus an hourly wage for labor. This ends up being more cost-effective than paying per meal.
About the Chef
Chef Katya Weiss-Andersson has cooked in New York City, Italy, the West Bank and beyond. She did her stage under Chef Amanda Cohen at Dirt Candy on the Lower East Side, went on to own Stay Fresh Veg in Durham, NC, and became recognized as an innovator in the plant-based food world by the time she was 25. Weiss-Andersson has cross-trained extensively with gluten-free, Ayurvedic and raw foods, as well as other dietary specifications. Specializing in global culinary traditions from Venezuela to Korea to Ethiopia, Weiss-Andersson’s passion is continuing to learn about regional dishes within their respective cultural contexts. She’s a big nerd, a freelance writer and a Colfax Marathon ambassador athlete who owns entirely too many kinds of hot sauce. Her writing has been featured on Greatist, MissMuslim and Localeur.