In most countries it is illegal to sell alcohol without a permit. Including alcoholic drinks in the dinner price would be considered as selling alcohol. You must follow the laws and regulations in the country where the event is taking place.
There are several different ways that you can define a fair price: the cost of the ingredients, the time spent preparing the meal, the complexity of the meal and what other local chefs are charging for similar meals on Travelfoodie.
To make this easier for you, we have done a pricing system that can help you.
Present yourself, your home and what you will cook. When your experience is published users can send you requests that you can either accept or decline. The amount you have charged, minus the 20% Travelfoodie booking fee, will be transferred to your account within the next few days.
As a host you are responsible for determining the applicable tax laws in your country related to the payment you receive. This can range from VAT, surcharges, sales taxes, goods and services taxes or personal or corporate income taxes.
There are several ways for you to evaluate a host. Visit the host’s profile and look at ratings and reviews. Travelfoodie always check our local chefs, so that you don’t have to worry.
We offer cooking experiences where you are going to practice and interact with the local chef in order to learn how to cook typical dishes including cooking tips and techniques. After effort comes comfort so you will be able to enjoy your meal with your local chef!