New Beginnings for a New Year

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As we look ahead to 2013, I wanted to share a few exciting things have been happening around me lately and the new changes that are coming my way. I have had to make some major decisions concerning my business and its growth within just the past month. So to keep this short and simple, here are the steps we have made in order to move forward:

  • A New Kitchen! Due to an increase in demand and the limited time I had to make hummus in a restaurant’s kitchen, I have moved my operation to Flavors Market on Industrial Blvd., one block south of Ellis Rd. in West Melbourne (effective Monday, January 7th). You can come in and buy sweet hummus as well as other homemade goodies and lunches from The Bald Strawberry (Gluten-free), Baked on the Beach, Moluna Cuban Delights, Flour & Spice Boutique, and Aldendorf Chocolates.

  • A New Food Processor! At the restaurant, I was using an industrial food processor and knew I needed one at the new kitchen. We invested in an even larger one than the one I was using so production can be faster and more efficient.

  • New Selling Locations!¬†I recently posted that my new beachside location is The Green Turtle Market on Eau Gallie Blvd in Indian Harbor Beach. I am planning on being at the Downtown Melbourne Farmer’s Market on Sat., January 19th. I am also hoping to work it out to be back at the Brevard County Farmer’s Market at Wickham Park on some Thursdays. Stay tuned for details for the exact dates.

A BIG “Thank You” to my friends, Mike and Tracy Melhado, the owners of Island Pasta Company in Downtown Melbourne. My business venture would have been off to a rough start if they had not allowed me to come in and use the kitchen! One small business helping another small business is an ideal way to lend a helping hand to other entrepreneurs and their dreams. I pray that I can give back to others just as the Thornado Hospitatlity Group has done for me. Next time you are heading out for a brunch, lunch, or dinner date along the Space Coast, please visit Island Pasta Co., Calilou, or River Rocks. I know for a fact that these restaurants are well-staffed and take great care in providing excellent service and food.

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