The lonely lives of private chefs

Younge knows she gets hired because she’s fun to be around, but she also knows that she’s on the private jet or the yacht for one purpose – to cook. — ©2023 The New York Times Company

TASHEA Channell Younge, a private chef and caterer from New York City, flew to Los Angeles, all expenses paid, to cook a private dinner in a luxurious kitchen for 15 people in July.

She then cooked for NFL wide receiver Noah Brown and some teammates. Later that month, she was back in New York for a candlelit private dinner on the waterfront, complete with rose petals and a view of the Empire State Building.

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