Updated: May 26
We opened on January 18th 2020 at the Wolfforth Farmers Market.
Mitch and I have left each Saturday absolutely thrilled to have met so many wonderful individuals and families. And thrilled all the more, over the incredibly positive feedback we have had for our menu and food.
The leap into catering was and is monumental for us, as husband and wife, and as a family.
We didn't know if Cajun/Creole Cuisine would be well received. You proved us wrong!
We didn't know if we would remain open for the month of January. And here we are entering April.
The leaps and bounds in such a short amount of time is staggering. And we have you, our customers, visitors, friends and family to thank for helping making this happen.
We continue to grow and learn and evolve. It is an exciting process we are eager to continue.
Corona stormed into town like it owned the place and decided to wreak havoc where it could. For most of March, we kept our eyes on the CDC and Local Health Authorities. We remained in contact with local and statewide Officials and remained open until March 28th with an Essential Business notice. We, along with the Market Owners and other vendors, sought to do all we could to ensure safety and hygiene, as well as maintain the health and safety of you the public, as you visited to gather essentials and treats for the week.
Upon entering April, and the number of cases rising, we made the decision to put our children first and foremost, as one should, and prepared to close up for Saturday April 4th. We have one disabled child who suffers greatly with her health, and our youngest daughter who suffers with a Crohns like disease that has left her compromised. Our focus for the moment is easing our children into distance learning, helping them understand this awkward and not so fun time of quarantine and making sure they are safe, well and comfortable until we can resume a normal schedule and routine.
During this time, I am going to try and focus on blogging recipes and designing new Menu Options for when we resume normal work activity. We encourage reviews during this time on our Facebook and Instagram pages, Tags and Correspondence. Tell us if you would like to see something in particular, if you have a recipe you would like us to try and more importantly, tell us how you're doing! What are you doing to get through this time?