Here's my take:
-People can see that meta description on the top of the page. Try to obscure it more by using a color more similar to the color of the background.
-Consider retooling the content on the front page under "Thanks for Visiting the Kelly Lehman Website." Take the first two paragraphs and move them under the paragraph that reads "My services offer solutions to all of that and more!"
-Think about taking the Client Comments/Find Out What People are Saying sections and creating a new testimonial section.
-The "Chef Kelly's Blog" subsection is actually a video. I would lead off that section with text rather than a video.
-I would get rid of the "Sample Menu Items" section completely. Really, that section kind of seems limiting to the cook's abilities and implies that those are the only types of dishes the cook will prepare.
-Switch some of the navigational items around. I'd go with Home, Services, Getting Started, FAQ, Prices and Contact as my order.
-On the Contact page I wouldn't make the Phone field mandatory. Some people are wary about giving out their phone number over the Internet.
-Also on the Contact page, on top of the form reiterate the contact info that is listed on the bottom right hand corner on each page.
-Write somewhere on the front page that the cook is based in the Louisville, KY area (that is, unless she is willing to offer her services outside the area).
Overall the site design is very good. From my eye just a few minor changes to the structure of it are needed.
Last edited by antihero13; 05-09-2012 at 12:38 PM. Reason: It quadruple posted for whatever reason
I really like the atmosphere on your homepage, the mild green and yellow colors and the relevant background. The immediate point I would say is about the current picture on the top left, if you manage to use the photo in better quality, that would be great.
The next thing is about some small texts appearing at the top of your page, why have you written so small? By the way, the ending word which is "Elizabethtown" has went down to the second text line from the top, if you manage to use one single line that would be nice.
Looks good. Realy clean and simple