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About Eat at E’s

Hi, my name is Enes Zarifovic.  I graduated from the Culinary Institute & Management of Croatia as best in the class in 1982.  I continued my education until I graduated from the Culinary Institute of Germanry in 1994.  Since starting my education, I have worked in several countries as an Executive Chef, including the Four Seasons Hotel in Munich, Germany.  I’ve soon moved to the United States and started my life in Atlanta, Ga where I began working for the Hyatt Regency Hotel, one of the best known internationally recognized hotel chains in the world, in 1996 as an Executive Chef, where I worked for 5 years.  Afterwards, I worked for one of the best catering companies in the southeast region of the United States, also as an Executive Chef.  Finally, after my many travels and continual learning, I’ve made a decision to open our own restaurant and catering business.  Welcome to Eat at E’s Restaurant and Catering blog where we post recipes, dishes, and other interesting things.

  1. Thanks so much for the LIKE. I look forward to watch what you’re up to.

    • thank you so much
      last mount or two I got little lazy with my recipe
      I am working on my Christmas catering menu and try to make my own book

  2. You are welcome and thank you. 🙂

  3. Thanks for the like! Are you still in Atlanta? Where is your restaurant?

  4. Curly Haired Chicas Health Quest permalink

    Thanks for the LIKE! 🙂

  5. theweekendcook permalink

    Wow, a real, honest-to-goodness chef! I must say I’m impressed. Thanks for checking out my blog. I love to eat (and cook) and I like people who appreciate good food.

    So you’re from Croatia–an interesting place in Eastern Europe to add to my bucket list. Topping the list is Prague, then Bucharest. I hope the war in your native land is long over…….

    • Yes, war is over, thank God. I’ve been a chef more than half my life. Worked at the Hyatt hotel, Marriott hotel, and Four Season hotel. Also worked for one of the best Catering companies in America. I’ve also been a private chef for famous people such as President Clinton, Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Hank Aron, Mohamed Ali ,Elton John. Currently own small restaurant and Catering company in Atlanta area.

  6. Hey thanks for leaving a LIKE! Your blog Title is so cool and you have done a very good strategy in cloud category! Look forward..:)

  7. Thanks for the like! Hope all goes well with “Eat at E’s”! Keep those recipes coming.

  8. Thank you for liking my article! More and more people are finding out they have wheat allergies. Any gluten free recipes?

  9. Hey there, thanks for liking my posts! Good to get in touch and I look forward to staying updated with your foodie endeavours!!

  10. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and liking it. I really like your blog too.

  11. Thank you for liking my recipe. Hope you will have time to visit more of my recipe blog. I love that after many years in the restaurant business you had the courage to open your own restaurant. Good luck to you during this wavering economic times here in the U.S.

  12. Thank you for the “like” on my Pesce Finto . . . I’ll be following your blog . . . I think I can learn much from you 🙂

  13. kimolgren permalink

    Thanks for the like on my Twinkies with Warm Blackberry Compote recipe. I’m so glad you stopped by!

  14. I nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award because I think you are pretty awesome!
    Congratulations. Check it out:

    Here are the rules:

    * Thank the person(s) who nominated you and link back to them
    * Share 7 things about yourself
    * Nominate 15 bloggers you admire
    * Contact your nominees and let them know

  15. Hey E, thanks for the like on my poem- phantasy. Though you are foodie person, your liking it goes to show that cooking is an art too…I appreciate..$ß

    • You welcome and thank you. You express yourself through words and me through cooking. At the end of the day its both beautiful works of art.

  16. Thank you for checking out our page and “liking” it! Next time we are in Atlanta, we’ll stop by and say hi! All the best to you, Chef E!

  17. Thanks so much for liking our post!!

  18. Anne permalink

    Hello, and thank you for liking my post! And thank you for sharing your recipes here! I’m very impressed by chefs and cooks. I think you are artists with food! Thank you again!

  19. Thank you for looking at my post Angel Hair Pasta. It doesn’t compare to your wonderful blog. I was so inspired with the artistic pictures.

  20. I like food therefore I like this! 😀

  21. keksvogel permalink

    Great recipes. Even though only a few are entirely my taste, I admire your ability to keep them really short and simple.
    Plus, I like xour life story 😀 You’ve been moving around the world quite a lot – has there been any favorite country for you?

    • thanks for recipes
      I really try to wrote some EZ that everyone can make
      You are absolutely right I worked in many countries around world and my favorite is Swiss and Italy.

      • keksvogel permalink

        Siwtzerland, really? I actually live near the Siwss border in Germany… therfore, I must admit that I have some not very nice prejudices… But I do appreciate their skiing areas 😉
        As for Italy: I can understand pretty well why you love this country, especially as you are a cook. My boyfriend is one, too and he cannot stop dreaming of the time he spent there in LaSelva

  22. Thanks for the like!!! Intriguing recipes =)

  23. Thanks for visiting my blog and for the “like”. I looked through a couple of your recipes. I envy your skill with food. If I can’t nuke it or heat it up straight out of the can, I can’t eat it! Eeek!

    Cheers! (

  24. drsuraiyanasim permalink

    Congrats for your glorious achievements. All i can say is WOW!!! Thanks a million for dropping by and liking my poetry. I am most honoured. Your receipes look very interesting. I will try out some. Keep up the good work!

  25. Peadar Ban permalink

    Eddie, I see you hold one of Chick-Fi-A’s little cows. I happen to work at CFA, the only one in New Hampshire. Icall it my Very Important Post-Retirement Career.. One of my grandsons works there, too, while he is going to college. Another grandson is in his sophomore year of high-school studying culinary arts. he hopes to be a chef some fine day. maybe you’d find a place for him in your kitchen some summer to show him the ropes. Perhaps I’ll write in my blog about the conversation i had one day with a pretty talented chef while we were both working out at the Y. Check out, if you will the web-site of a very good friend of mine The Literate Chef. he loves to cook…and looks it.

    Thank you for dropping by and liking the poem: A Dream

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