What’s Cooking This Week?

Italian Seasoned Salmon over Asparagus, Shallot, Crab & Basil Kamut Medley
Roasted Veggie Salad with Avocado Chimichurri, Black-Eyed Peas, & Hemp Seeds
Gomen wat (aka Ethiopian Spiced Collard Greens), with Roasted Paprika Garbanzo, Pecan, and Pomegranate Seeds
Stewed Tom Yum Chicken & Rice with Tomato, Pineapple, Lotus Root, Bok Choy & Cilantro

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Meet Haley

Personal Chef • Culinary Nutritionist • Foodie

As a Personal Chef and Culinary Nutritionist, Haley offers holistic nutrition services tailored to fit your specific goals, needs, and learning capabilities. Her mission is to help you improve your relationship with food in an ever-lasting and sustainable fashion. Her approach is whole-foods based, meaning all foods can fit for a healthy lifestyle. If however, you understand how it all fits holistically – which can be challenging. Her approach is also person-based meaning it revolves around you – your body, spirit, and mind. No fad diets, no gimmicks. Just real, pure love for food.

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My Services

Meal Service

Imagine coming home after a long day to a delicious and nutrient-dense meal you & your family can completely relish in. Reclaim the time it takes to plan a weekly menu, grocery shop, chop, cook, & clean. Begin eating for wellness and spend more time doing what you love instead of cooking!

Why prepared meals?
Athletic performance, medically necessary diets, weight-loss, busy professionals, elderly, adventurous eaters, desire to eat for wellness, dislikes cooking, and/or limited cooking skills. Convenient heat and eat without the mess!

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Cooking & Baking Classes

Does the thought of cooking dinner totally stress you out? Have you dare uttered the words, “I cannot cook” or “I cannot bake.” Understanding everyone can cook is the first step; finding the right person to teach you the ropes, is the second. Pick a recipe or two and let’s cook together!

  • In-home cooking classes for basic cooking skills, eating for wellness, ethinically inspired meals, or specialized diets
  • In-home baking classes; basics, bread, gluten-free, cookies, pies, healthy desserts, etc
  • Group education, girls night, workshops, etc
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Retreat Chef

Health-infused food for various retreat settings include, but are not limited to: Yoga, Health & Wellness, Life Coaching, Writers/Authors, Artist, Farm-to-Table, Spiritual, Stone-Carving, Food Specific, Vegetarian, etc. Cuisine to reflect retreat style & preference.

Please inquire directly to discuss retreat bookings as far in advance as possible. Willing to travel with general accommodation & travel expenses paid by retreat host.

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Special Events & Parties

  • Quaint in-home catered birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, holidays, summer BBQ/picnics, etc
  • Dinner for two or romantic couple’s night with aphrodisiac menu
  • In-home plated or family-style meals

Pricing & accommodations will vary on a case by case basis. Please contact me to discuss special event inquiries.

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Market Tours

Ever wonder what it’d be like to have a food expert offer education, guidance, and support while doing your weekly grocery shopping? Understand the basic ground-rules for navigating the aisles, gain valuable knowledge about reading nutrition labels, and learn to pick the freshest ingredients that deliver optimum flavor, texture, and nutrients.

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Food & Nutrition Coaching

Whether it be over the phone or meeting up for a cup of tea, (if you’re local) Haley is here to coach you through the barriers you may experience with food, diet, lifestyle, and wellness.

Not sure if Haley can help you? Set-up a free, 30-minute consultation before moving forward. What do you have to lose?

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Areas We Feed

Now Serving Westport, Dartmouth, Tiverton, Little Compton & beyond…
$20 mileage fee for services outside the 30-mile radius.


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The trade off is, nuttier and heartier flavors, increased fiber content, increased protein content, increased vitamin and mineral content, NO carb/sugar crash (because whole-grains are lower glycemic), and you feel more satiated faster, which means you won’t feel the urge to go back for seconds and consume even more calories! So basically it’s a win-win, and everyone that tried these little babies absolutely loved them. They even appreciated the dynamic flavor each component brought to the dish, without missing the sweetness overload most strawberry shortcakes possess. And who needs all that extra sugar when you can drown your biscuit in fresh strawberries bursting with natural sweetness? Cheers to strawberry season – get pickin’!  

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Introduction Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS is a multi-faceted gastrointestinal complication becoming increasingly prevalent in children and adults. IBS is an issue estimated to affect 10-15% of the global population (1). Furthermore, 20-40% of all gastrointestinal related doctor’s visits are due to IBS (1). Sufferers of this unpredictable and occasionally debilitating disorder are commonly given […]

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