The Culinary Arts Wellness Circle of our office organized this event for us. They invited Sexy Chefs Rachel & Barni Alejandro to talk about eating healthy. At the same time, they let us sample their food. Our company ordered 100 delivery meals from Sexy Chef at a discounted price.
I wasn’t able to attend the event but I was able to see a glimpse of the Alejandro sisters. My friend Jo also set aside one meal for me so I was able to try out their original dish. Let me get to that later.
My 1st impression when I saw Rachel Alejandro was “Wow”! She is indeed sexy thus the name sexy chef really suits her. This also applies to her sister, Barni Alejandro.
The Sexy Chef is a fresh food delivery service that caters to people who are interested in weight management or improved health. The company is following the South Beach diet formula developed by Doctor Arthur Agatston.
The Sexy Chef caters to the South Beach diet in the 1st two phases:
- Phase One – ample servings of lean protein, beneficial fats & a healthy amount of vegetables.
- Phase Two – introduces healthy carbohydrates in the form of whole grains & fruits.
Sexy Chef’s 2-week premiere package consist of breakfast, lunch, dinner, 2 snacks & dessert. This will cost you Php875/day for the South Beach Diet Premiere Package. You can order by calling 911-SEXY or 0917-SXYCHEF.
Here’s a sample menu:
|Vegetable Omelette||Cereal w/ Low Fat Milk|
Salad w/ Balsamic Dressing
|Shrimp Fried Rice|
|Dinner||Stuffed Chayote w/ Ground Beef
|Stuffed Chayote w/ Ground Beef
|Snack 1||Vegetable Crudite||Apple|
|Snack 2||Chicken Salad||Chicken Salad|
If you’re not into South Beach Diet, Sexy Chef also offers fit meals for Php 140. The one I tried was their Fish Salpicao w/ Garlic Mushroom.
This tasted like Risotto all the way. I believe they used brown rice & canola oil to cook this. However, I felt that the mushroom in the dish was just too many that it overpowered the whole dish. Well, it’s still a healthy meal. You will not feel guilty when eating this 🙂
More pictures here.
I wish I attended the session. I heard it was a great interactive event. The Alejandro sisters even taught the group how to do salad making.