History

It all started with a fateful apple. A fateful loaf of apple bread, that is. Joann Roth-Oseary came from a family that loved to entertain and she learned her skills from the best. One day some 33 years ago, she baked a few apple breads and packaged them on apple-shaped cutting boards as gifts. Within three weeks she had sold more than 750 to friends, and had won the heart of her first corporate client. From that delicious beginning, Someone’s in the Kitchen was born. And the great word of mouth just keeps building.

Today, Joann is one of the top caterers in Los Angeles and in the business, with a staff of 35 full-time and 150 part-time employees. Joann has propelled Someone’s in the Kitchen to become a consistent member of the top 100 women owned business in Los Angeles for the last 10 years.

Every detail is carefully planned and executed, so events unfold with an effortless grace. Whether it’s a corporate event for thousands, a holiday party for hundreds or an intimate fete for dozens, the same meticulous attention to detail assures success and client satisfaction.

Food that feeds the spirit and lingers in memory, a creative muse that continually surprises and delights, and genuine care for the smallest nuance, these are the hallmarks of Someone’s in the Kitchen, and the secret to our long success.