Interview with Nashville Wedding and Event Planner LeeHenry Events

I’m excited to share my interview with Chef Kim Macon of Tasteful Creations by Kim, a Columbia, SC based mobile catering company specializing in southern cuisine. I first met Kim at a military reception that she catered for a friend. I was blown away by the presentation and taste of her food. Later, I hired her to cater my son’s graduation cook-out which was held outside. Although it seemed the tent was useless and the heat became unbearable, Kim and her assistant remained professional and poised throughout the entire cookout! As far as the food, my family was sneaking downstairs to the kitchen late at night to raid the refrigerator for leftovers.

LeeHenry Events interview with Tasteful Creations

Kim has been a professional chef for four years but starting her own catering company remained a deep passion and one of her goals. She was blessed to have an unexpected opportunity to showcase her talent which led to the birth of Tasteful Creations. She has been growing and enhancing her business since that day. Kim isn’t a stranger to the LeeHenry Events community as she gave us some great information in our Entertaining 101 series. I’m glad she could chat with us again to answer a few more questions.

LeeHenry Events interview with Tasteful Creations

What is your favorite dish to cook?

There are so many dishes that I love to cook but I think chicken and shrimp alfredo with bacon is my favorite.

Name one of your company’s core values.

Deliver superior customer service at ALL times.

What are your hobbies?

I love walking, spending quiet time and creating new dishes.

If you had to choose tea or coffee, which would you choose?


If someone wanted to get in touch with you, what is the best way to reach you?

A person should visit my website and click on the contact us  link. They can also reach me via my business phone at 843-882-5332.

LeeHenry Events interview with Tasteful Creations

Kim, it has been a pleasure! Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to talk with us for our new Sip and Chat section of our blog. Whew! I am now starving after looking at photos on your website gallery.

You are welcome. I appreciate the interview.