Most pizza doesn't cost two thousand dollars, but if the ingredients are a mix of Erewhon groceries (a really upscale grocery store in L.A. that sells bottled water for $30) and mail-order manuka honey and caviar, things add up fast. Chef Bae's food doesn't normally cost so astronomically much but she does make organic plant-based foods that she sources from high-end markets around L.A.
2. Meat and Potatoes in NYC
Dining by Kelly makes lots of traditional foods like steak, potatoes and
chocolate cake for her New York City clients. Her food is simple but high-quality favorites like a modern mom would make.
3. Lamb Bistro Meal in NYC
Speshyl Smith cooks a mean bistro meal like you would find in Paris. Here, she preps for a
dinner party with French Onion Soup, lamb chops and chocolate soufflé, but her baked goods are next level.
4. Paella for Two in the Hamptons
Rob, aka Broccoliraab, cooks for a smaller crowd in the Hamptons as he’s usually just plating meals
for two. Here, he makes a day’s worth of food, finishing with a dinner of paella,
complete with giant prawns, salad and Pineapple Upside Down Cake. He’s not
saying who his client is but does say it’s a billionaire.
5. Monkfish in London
This bloke, Michael Gordon, is all about the seafood as he starts many a day at his local fish market. In addition to private chefing, he also does a lot of educational videos on TikTok including fish handling and preparation.
6. Sea Bass in Sonoma
The most interesting part of Veronica Eicken's food is not just the farm-to-table meals she sources from her clients' estate but how she finishes each dish. Eicken loves to garnish with flowers, homemade herb salts and other unique touches she shows you how to DIY. Also, stay tuned for the "Downton Abbey" cabinet she pulls serving ware from — a literal dream. Here, she shows her skills with sea bass, purple rice, quinoa sweet potato patties and simple pasta with
miso and butter.
7. Lamb in the Hamptons
Meredith at Wishbone Kitchen bounces between her NYC apartment and her client’s weekend home in the Hamptons.
Her grilled masterpieces are definitely the kind of food you’d want to enjoy on
a warm summer day on the back patio like this lamb and veggies spread.
8. Three Dinners in One Night
Chef Jonny Marsh is known
as the "Football Feeder," as he cooks for Manchester’s top footballers in the U.K.
He usually cooks for three clients per night, going from one house to the next.
He focuses on sports nutrition and has a Michelin star. Here he shows how he plates a typical gourmet, weeknight meal.
9. Taco Tuesday in L.A.
Sobadash_ knows how to elevate even a Taco Tuesday. Her buffet not only has great
presentation but also a lot of fresh choices, She’s known for her six-layer heart-shaped rainbow cakes and her all-day and night baking sessions.
10. Kylie's Menu in Calabasas
If you've ever watched "The Kardashians" you know there's usually a chef or two hanging out in the kitchen of the family's homes. Chef K appears on camera every now and then as she cooks for both Kylie and Khloe. In this video, she's cooking for Kylie, making salad, a chicken bowl, cookies and banana
11. Brunch for a Billionaire
When Hungry Empire puts
together a brunch spread in L.A. for a billionaire’s family, he’s not messing
around. The sheer number of dishes, from waffles to avocado toast, is seriously
12. Lobster Cobb Salad in the Hamptons
Pleading with Kara Fauerbach to make us Lobster Cobb Salad by the ocean, too, as she does her for
her VIP clients.