The project coordinator and his team left shortly thereafter and there I was... just me, myself, and my brand-new utlra shiny business. I took time (well, an evening!) to pause, breathe, and take in all that had transpired over the past 6 months. This was an end (to the planning) and a beginning (to the implementation)... a smooth ending and a glorious beginning!
Later, during the week of the 28th, word came from the Amesbury Department of Health, that the first Kitchen Local clients had received their Food Service Permits. Not only was Kitchen Local "officially" a business, so were six other small food producers. Dreams realized and opportunities created... just like that!
Kitchen Local is proud to welcome... Habib's Home Cooking (www.habibshomecooking.com); Fresh Beginnings Baby Food; 19 Steps Bake Shop (firstname.lastname@example.org); Alex's Whey (www.alexswhey.com); Carolyn's Farm Kitchen Cooking Classes (www.carolynsfarmkitchen.com); and Grillicious. Check out their websites and stay tuned for updates about these amazing businesses!
Keep on Cookin'! Lisa