Entropy Cooks is a full service catering and private chef company dedicated to serving cuisine that exceeds expectations through our focus on fresh food, innovative culinary ideas, and extensive knowledge of cooking. 




(206) 419-0681

Seattle, WA





Entropy Cooks provides a variety of catering options. From dinner parties and holiday-themed events to cocktail hours and weddings, we specialize in creating events marked with innovative style, excellent service and unforgettable cuisine. We will take care of the details while you enjoy your special event, stress-free.

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Whether it is weekly, monthly, or something in between, I can come to your kitchen, craft meals that are ready for you to reheat, and leave your space looking as if I was never there—no hassle, no mess, just good food. Before getting started, we'll meet in your kitchen to chat about your culinary moods and requirements, and what I can bring to your table.

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  • Cooking with Kids
  • Intro to Knife Skills
  • Learn the Basics: a series including sauces & stocks, fruits & veggies, starches, meat, fish & desserts
  • Holiday Prep
  • Exploring Cooking Techniques


As fulfilling as a satisfying meal is to eat, appreciation for the food is taken to another level when you prepare a meal yourself. With that in mind, we offer at home courses for those looking to learn foundational concepts or veterans that are ready to add a new skill to their repertoire–and everyone in between!  These courses are wonderful experiences to share with friends and family, and can be tailored to your interests. Have something you want to learn?

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The Chef

Entropy Cooks founder and head chef, Shauna Scriver, is professionally trained and brings over 18 years of experience in notable kitchens like Cave B, Brasa, and Matt’s in the Market. Raised in the verdant, rural woods of Whidbey Island, Shauna shared the responsibility of tending and harvesting beans, peas, squash, and other bounty that would come to grace her family’s dinner table. She loved seeing how the little seeds she planted could be transformed into her father’s smile and shared experiences with family and friends. This synergy between food, family, and friends is what Shauna describes as the culture of the table—and remains her biggest inspiration.