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Lately i have been thinking a lot about stability. When i first opened Noel's Kitchen back in the winter of 2011, things were very unstable. The business was shaky, i didn't have a stable client base, things were unstable with my family, and being part of the dating scene was almost a nightmare. Over time, things gradually have turned around. It wasn't until earlier this year, 2013, that Noel's kitchen became a more stable business. I was able to develop a more stable client base, my number of returning customers increased, i did well enough to donate my time and food to a local women and children's shelter in the Bronx. It felt good to meet some of my business goals and felt especially good to give back within my community. This coming year my goals include building more clients, building more business name recognition and familiarity. Without the help of a supportive client base, Noel's kitchen would not have done as well as it has this year. Things have become more stable with my family life and i have also found a stable relationship. This support means more to me than just business and finance, honestly it feels good to be supported as I have been. To me, its being recognized as a chef and a business person and getting away from the stigma or having been in prison. I want to offer a huge thank you to those who have supported the business, and i am looking forward to the year to come. Ciao for now, Chef Rob!     







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