Checkout-New

Orders are Not Finalized Until Checkout Process Below is Complete. A Confirmation Email Will Be Immediately Sent Upon Completion.

 **Delivery orders Require Account Setup**

Call Chef John at 727-433-1889 or email chefjohns@outlook.com if you have any questions.

Your cart is empty

Back to Main Menu

Hello world!

Welcome to My Blog. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

Chef Debbie & Chef John

The owners of Palate Culinary Services, Chefs John Lewis and Debbie McGiffin, have a combined 40 years of experience in Catering, Cooking Classes, Team Building Events, Private Parties and Personal Chef Services.

Their focus has always been Quality Ingredients carefully prepared with expertise and impeccable culinary skill.

Respecting the food is embodied in the title of their Cookbook – “It’s All About the Food”. Having exquisite palates doesn’t hurt either!! The challenge is to provide each event with food that sparkles and rewards with unique interpretations of every dish.

Given the diversity of their experience, the Chefs are able to provide a wide selection of cuisines from Asian to American Southern to French to Spanish to Island to Regional American to Italian to on and on.

All dishes prepared with authentic tastes for the cuisines chosen as well as presentations that capture your guests imaginations.

Clean food prepared by highly experienced chefs and served by a staff that will amaze, all combine to make Palate Culinary Services the natural choice for all of your catering, private party, team building and event needs.

Our Kids in the Kitchen Summer Camp program will offer its 24th edition during the summer of 2021.

market researches

Market research (also in some contexts known as industrial research) is any organized effort to gather information about target markets or customers. It is a very important component of business strategy.The term is commonly interchanged with marketing research; however, expert practitioners may wish to draw a distinction, in that marketing research is concerned specifically about marketing processes, while market research is concerned specifically with markets.

Market research is one of the key factors used in maintaining competitiveness over competitors. Market research provides important information to identify and analyze the market need, market size and competition. Market-research techniques encompass both qualitative techniques such as focus groups, in-depth interviews, and ethnography, as well as quantitative techniques such as customer surveys, and analysis of secondary data.

Market research, which includes social and opinion research, is the systematic gathering and interpretation of information about individuals or organizations using statistical and analytical methods and techniques of the applied social sciences to gain insight or support decision making.

Online Shopping

All designers have different interpretations of what minimal web design truly is, but most would agree that the purpose of an effective minimally designed web page is to layout the content in such a way that no single element distracts attention from the visual hierarchy. And the key to achieving minimal distraction is to initially have a well-structured backbone focused on the comparative space relation between the fundamental elements of the web page.

Although, minimal design does seem to have evolved ever so slightly over the last few years, especially within web design. Trends, techniques, and user expectations have changed and quite remarkably this has resulted in alterations to the look and feel of what we would typically define as a minimal site.

Those boundaries that had previously existed between all mainstream web design trends have become blurry, resulting in a blend of styles, where only the best parts of each have been wisely selected to create a whole new minimal style. This is the modern web.

This gallery features 50 minimally designed sites that have not only stripped away all non-essential elements, but have also successfully absorbed other popular modern design trends, like over-sized typography and large imagery, simple yet effective navigation systems, long scrolling, carefully selected interactive elements, flat design, and all use the latest responsive techniques.

Spring collections

season can be especially confusing. It’s wintertime and retailers are selling warm-weather clothes. Resort was initially started to cater to the wealthy who would take luxurious trips to exotic destinations during the winter months. This trend started with luxury brands and high-end stores, but has trickled down to many mass-market retailers. While people who shop mass-market retailers probably aren’t jet-setting to a fancy isle, there is still logic behind this idea. Selling four seasons worth of clothes doesn’t cost retailers any more but does give shoppers even more selection to choose from, which translates into more income for retailers.

Because Resort and Pre-Fall aren’t as major as Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter, they don’t have their own Fashion Weeks. They do, however, show around the same time. Most designers choose simply to shoot their looks on models and send them out to press, while other — generally bigger brands — hold shows or presentations to introduce their Pre-Fall and Resort collections. In general, you’ll see Resort collections around June and Pre-Fall collections in December.

Cutwork down dress

Cutwork or cut work, also known as punto tagliato in Italian, is a needlework technique in which portions of a textile, typically cotton or linen,[1] are cut away and the resulting “hole” is reinforced and filled with embroidery or needle lace.

Cutwork is related to drawn thread work. In drawn thread work, typically only the warp or weft threads are withdrawn (cut and removed), and the remaining threads in the resulting hole are bound in various ways. In other types of cutwork, both warp and weft threads may be drawn.

The cutwork technique originated in Italy at the time of the Renaissance, approximately the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries.[3] Additionally in the Elizabethan era, cutwork was incorporated into the design and decoration of some ruffs. In a fashion sense, this type of needlework has migrated to countries around the world,[4] including the United Kingdom, India, and the United States. Cutwork is still prevalent in fashion today, and although different, is commonly mistaken for lace. The eyelet pattern is one of the more identifiable types of cutwork in modern fashion.

Leather blanket fitted skirt

A pencil skirt is a slim-fitting skirt with a straight, narrow cut. Generally the hem falls to, or is just below, the knee and is tailored for a close fit. It is named for its shape: long and slim like a pencilThe pencil skirt may be worn either as a separate piece of clothing or as part of a suit. A pencil skirt usually has a vent at the back, or less commonly at the sides, since its slim, narrow shape can otherwise restrict the movement of the wearer. Sometimes a kick pleat, which exposes less skin, is used instead of a vent. Pencil skirts made from stretchy knitted fabrics do not normally need vents or pleats.

Some classic shoes for wearing with a pencil skirt are pumps, or high heels, with sheer stockings or tights. Back-seamed hosiery recalls the classic pencil-skirt era of the 1950s. Pencil skirts can also be worn with flats for a more casual, youthful appearance that echoes the 1960s. Pencil skirts and loafers are classic..

The pencil skirt feels different from looser skirts, and impacts the wearer’s movements and posture. Walking needs to be done in short strides, and entering and leaving a car gracefully takes practice. When sitting, the legs need to be close together. Activities such as climbing ladders and riding bicycles can be very difficult in a pencil skirt. Due to reduced ventilation, the pencil skirt is warmer than other styles, and it is less likely to be blown up by gusts of wind

Beautiful Earrings

These are an excellent choice for vintage-inspired jewelry and simple, traditional designs because they suggest a slightly vintage, candlelit glamour. Someone who wanted, for instance, classic and traditional wedding jewelry with the “Grandma’s pearls” look would be attracted to jewelry that was accurately described this way.
These words connote equal parts romance and mystery. They suggest an engaging or even hypnotic effect. They might be particularly appropriate for found-object jewelry, steampunk jewelry, particularly unusual materials or techniques like chainmaille where the structural complexity is important to the appeal.
Superb for jewelry that’s either intended for younger women and girls or uses a feminine “cuteness” for its appeal. Consider these for more delicate designs, charm bracelets and necklaces, miniatures of bigger items, or colorful polymer clay, because the connotation of these choices is all about sweetness and fun