What’s Your Job?
A friend sent me her job description. I’m planning to add more and would love to hear about your work.
“I don’t have a culinary degree but I can cook. I started a small business making lunch for a about 30 doctors in a medical practice. Mostly I make sandwiches but I vary the breads, rolls, wraps and sometimes use panini as the base. I use the best ingredients I can lay my hands on and always add a small extra “gift” even if it is just a handful of cherries, or grapes, a peach, an apple or any other fruit that is in season. When I’m feeling really generous I bake a batch of cookies.
I keep the three most popular sandwiches on my list all the time, but always have a couple of extra choices. As you can imagine, the packaging is nearly as important as the food and I’ve found a distinctive box that not only looks great but also keeps the sandwiches in good shape.
The zoning law won’t let me make the food at home, so I rented the kitchen from my church. (The cost is minimal.) I’m making enough profit to think about taking on a helper and expanding the business into an office building.”