Hi to my catering and private chef colleagues. Have difficult mathematical formula question. Interviewing for private chef position for high profile family. Requires the following: Weekends Friday- Sunday Friday dinner (family of 6 plus staff of 4) - different menus, different service time Sat Lunch & Dinner (6 family + 4staff, with dinner also accommodating an additional 12 guests - min 3 course dinner plus hors d'oeuvres) Sunday Brunch or Lunch & Dinner (6 family + 4staff) Responsibilities: Menu Plan/Design, Shop, cook, prep, clean up, floral arrangements. Flexible, able to handle last minute guests, easy-going, long hours. Then I need to be able to accommodate the unexpected, surprises, "and by the way...." requests. One family member has allergies, but not of the anaphelactic (sp?) shock kind. I know this audience DOES NOT CARE that we're coming into the high holiday/party season I know they don't care about giving up all weekend time for husband/family/romantic getaways. I know they had two live in couples that left for "personal reasons" So what is the best formula. My best friend/colleague says the answer is "thank you but no thanks". Any strong opinions out there?