If this "family" is "Super Health Conscious" wouldn't they just resort to doing it themselves? And what's with the "All types of cuisine" and "...taking into account number of calories allowed in diet"? It's like the family wants their own health spa kitchen chef. What's the bet that this is probably some business magnate or maybe even a sheikh. I could be wrong though.
The only reason this ad gets my goat is because it's the perfect example of how people think that they care so much about themselves because they can afford to. But really, is that even caring for yourself to begin with? Just because you have the money, can you do a Yule Brynner version of Ramses and go, "So shall it be written. So shall it be done"? Is it because you have the money that you don't care to stoop the level of taking care of yourself? Or is it because you don't have the time to take care of yourself because you're making the money? Is this what the money is for? Interesting, I think. I would love to hear from the "Cook" about his or her experiences.
Come to think of it, I'm sure one "Great Perk" is the ability to spit in your employer's food and watch him relish the meal. This is best reserved for when your employer has offered you harsh criticism and you don't think you deserved it. ;-)