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In this episode, Chef Paulette Salisbury shares her journey, insights, and the transformative impact of authentic and wholesome cuisine.
Chef Paulette is a thriving entrepreneur, speaker, and author in the realms of self-growth, well-being, and spirituality. Her notable works include "How to Go Vegan," "Meditation for All," and "The Island Girl Kitchen: Caribbean-Inspired Recipes." With expertise as a corporate flight attendant and private chef for esteemed figures in entertainment and technology, she excels in catering to diverse dietary preferences while prioritizing wellness and nutrition. Currently, she holds the presidency of Cook At Home Television Network and Private Crew Staffing, a specialized household staffing agency.
Come and join us for this episode, where we delve into the intricacies and nuances of sourcing ingredients, forging community bonds, and delivering remarkable culinary experiences alongside Chef Paulette. Discover how she skillfully navigates New York's vibrant culinary scene, drawing inspiration from farmers' markets, specialty stores, and renowned gastronomic havens.
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[00:02:30] Food as medicine
[00:06:56] Building client relationships
[00:11:11] Family and food in village
[00:17:20] Favorite private jet model
[00:21:02] Calming foods for long flights
[00:25:34] Qualifications for Private Jet Staff
[00:30:50] Acknowledging and Appreciating Clients
[00:36:45] Representation for Black Women Chefs
[00:41:23] Accessibility to information
[00:45:59] Sharing personal culinary journeys
"So we are learning that food is a big, big part of our lives. So if we want to stay healthy and keep the mind alive and be happier, the food we eat is very important."
"I did it because I love what I was doing. It was a joy. I made her a delicious chicken salad and that chicken salad got me job after job after job. It's just, yes."
"Whatever I'm giving to you, I'm not giving it to you because I expect something from you back, but I'm doing it because I love doing it."
"Food can be medicine and everything we eat triggers something in our system."
"I want someone to be consistent. You have also to be a nice person. I can't train someone to be nice. The second thing I cannot train you to be. I can train you how to cook. I can train you how to dress, but I cannot train you how to be a good human being."
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