|"I think I'm like anybody else in that I get
up in the morning, I'm rushing to get out the door
to work and ... 'Oops, I forgot to thaw out the chicken
for tonight's dinner,'" Klarman said. "So,
then it's 'Okay, I'll just call for pizza.'"
Not tonight -- across town Radzwiller's cooking
Klarman's dinner: Swordfish Milanese with bread
crumbs loaded with lemon zest ... and it's free
of carbs. For lunch, it's an asparagus and goat
Klarman actually lost three pounds in the first
week of eating Radzwiller's meals. She admits she
could cook health meals herself rather than pay
Radzwiller $50 a day.
"But they certainly wouldn't taste as good.
You know, there'd be things like cottage cheese
and fruit and when you get bored with that, what
do you do?" Klarman said. "Go for something
that has a lot of flavor, like pizza."
Some of Radzwiller's clients use the extra time
to go to the gym, play with their children or get
a massage after work.
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A Personal Chef
What does a nationally known restaurateur do after
more than 20 years in the industry? When you’re
Maggie Radzwiller, and John Mariani of Esquire says
“What Maggie Radzwiller doesn’t know about the restaurant
business isn’t worth knowing,” you have a lot of
options. But even with a successful career, the
respect of her peers and plenty of acclaim from
nationally respected publications, Radzwiller was
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