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Unread 02-22-2009, 09:40 PM   #3
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I agree but that is kind of what I am trying to figure out. Here in Va you are required to get a certified kitchen to cook unless you are setting up and cooking bbq on site (personal chef). I would like to go the way you say but if I am looking to see if this is feasable part time and get an idea of what I can charge or what people will pay. For instance if the feedback I get says no way I would have to be in the $9-11 range or $20-25 range. What is the right price range to justify buying a catering trailer, and getting set up legally.

I have been in the auto repair industry for 21 years and I am 37 year old. I am ready to find another way to make a living by doing something I love but would have to do it in steps. I would like to start out catering and then maybe step it up to full time take out or maybe even a restaraunt, but need to get an idea of weather I can make enough to justify it.
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