Isn’t it wonderful when you can bring the relaxing comforts of your own home or setting of your choice? Hire a private chef! We plan a time, place, and menu and discuss any special needs. mediumRARE shops for all necessary ingredients and uses your kitchen to prepare and serve a delightful meal. Cleaning the kitchen spotless, we leave you to relax and enjoy your evening.
Create a party your friends and family will be talking about for years to come. We can help plan every culinary detail including bartending, dish rental, and supplies.
mediumRARE has traveled to cook in many locations across the west including Utah, Idaho, California, Colorado, Nevada, Arizona, Alaska, and British Columbia. This list is continuously growing and we hope to expand it worldwide.
It’s fun to learn and even better when you can enjoy the fruits of your labor. Classes are fun to share with friends, lovers or just on your own and makes a great gift!
Call to discuss details.
Some folks love to cook but don’t want to deal with the inconvenience of shopping. We are available to shop and stock your pantry.
Prices are subject to menu choice, length of booking, party size, holiday season and special requests.
Gratuities are graciously accepted at the discretion of the client.
'looks can be deceiving, its eating that's believing'
'you're only as good as your ingredents'
French Brie, Red Wine Fig, Procuitto Bruchetta with Balsamic Glaze and Fresh Thyme
Jalapeños Stuffed with 3 Cheeses, wrapped in Bacon
Cured Salmon Bruchetta with Capers and Goat Cheese
Salt Baked Shrimp with Lemon, Mustard, Wine White Sauce
Baked Brie with Apricot Jam, Ground Pepper and Fresh Rosemary
The 5 course menu includes Appetizer, Soup or Salad, Starch, Vegetable and Dessert
Served with Mashed Garlic Potatoes and Roasted Balsamic Vegetables
Served with Black Savory Rice and Grilled Carrots
Served with Butter and Salt Quinoa and Grilled Vegetables
Served with Roasted Baby Potatoes and Lemon Anchovy Green Beans
A drop off, heat and eat option. All served with appropriate Salad or Vegetable and Dessert
Menus are not set in stone and can be accommodated to your liking
….thanking you for all you did to make our trip to Snowbird, so much fun. For me it was a great treat to be able to enjoy our guests for a few days and not have to worry about feeding them. Cooking is great sport, but cooking well is a real art and I put mediumRARE in the latter category. Amy has great imagination and good follow through. Barry and I were fully occupied taking care of our guests, most of whom had never been in Utah. Thankfully, because of mediumRARE, I did not have to worry about any details. Menu selections were well thought out and appealed to all. Thank you for being so attentive and making our weekend so special.
Mary Ann MacLean
From our first contact with mediumRARE we were impressed. They instill confidence through their attention to detail and showed tremendous flexibility with our “high maintenance” group (food allergies, picky eaters and frequent menu/headcount changes). The meals were fantastic; Amy and staff arrived and had food plated on time, was perfectly prepared and the kitchen was left cleaner than how they received it. A perfect addition to our vacation, we hope to include Amy and
mediumRARE in our plans!
I like..... you girls make good stuff! Oh yeah, and you can rip too!
The Wasatch Mountains in Utah held Amy captive from when she was a mere babe. She sought to escape to other places to seek her fortune and brave adventure. Many years later she returned to her beloved mountains to ski and make merry with her friends and family. Good to be home (even in the sweltering heat of the summer months) Amy embarked on an entrepreneurial adventure of the culinary kind.
Amy’s cooking experience is beyond imagination. Her knack for seeking out unique culinary adventures has led her to the far reaches of the West. Heli-skiing in British Columbia, river running in Idaho, hiking in Colorado and mountain biking in the Southern Utah desert. She has been a private chef for professional athletes, famous actors, illustrious politicians, and rock and rollers.
Studying Japanese cuisine under sushi masters, slinging hash with big city chefs and having a superb instinct for fine food, Amy’s schooling in the culinary arts goes outside tradition.
In her spare time, she enjoys skiing powder, bicycle riding, traveling the world, downward dog and photography. She strives to become a ukulele master and write stories of her frothy experiences.
She lives with her cute little dog Pyka, in Sandy, Utah.
'a good cook is like a sorceress who dispenses happiness'