First Tasting...what Do I Need To Know?

Business By yelle66 Updated 29 Jul 2008 , 10:12pm by JoAnnB

yelle66 Posted 29 Jul 2008 , 9:28pm
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I work out of my home (with a licensed kitchen in case anyone is wondering icon_biggrin.gif ) and am not sure if I should meet this person somewhere or have them come here. She offered to come here so I don't have to tote anything there, but all I would have is the samples. Do I need to have a portfolio for her to look at? She did say she already has what she wants, so what else do I need to have? Do I sound like enough of an idiot icon_wink.gif I would really like to just give them to her and let her try them at home, but is that really unprofessional? Someone help me out here!

Thanks so much!


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JoAnnB Posted 29 Jul 2008 , 10:12pm
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It is ok for her to come to you, provided your house is presentable and you don't have pets. (they somtimes freak about the little things)

I meet most of my customers in a snack area in the local grocery store. They don't really care that you are serving 'food' since you can buy other foods.

Take a few pictures of your best work, especially any wedding cakes, so she can see that you are capable of creating her dream cake. Also, be sure to take a contract.

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