Feeling Grateful

We have gotten our first printed press! I am beyond honored to have been included in Westchester Magazine's feature in their 914 Inc. publication "4 Westchester Entrepreneurs Run Successful Businesses From Home"



When the pandemic started in March of 2020, the restaurant world as we knew it was shattered. As it became clear that restaurants would have to make drastic changes to survive, I knew it was time to explore other ways to create an income utilizing my now well developed culinary talents. I launched Jody's Kitchen with 4 varieties of soup at the Hastings Farmers Market in late September of 2021, unsure as to how it would go. I sold out in less than 90 minutes. Just over one year later, I have created a loyal following for my soups and other products that have become part of my weekly repertoire. These include two soup accompaniments, (a hand made gluten free cracker, organic sourdough croutons), my growing line of Sea Salt Spice Blends, and of course the Hastings Famous "Tipsy Cherries". I continue to be humbled by positive feedback from my customers, and grateful for the parade of happy faces that visit my Farmers Market stand in all kinds of weather.


I look forward to continuing my Farmers Market presence. I will be in Hastings, Irvington and at The TaSH (Tarrytown Sleepy Hollow) throughout the winter and look forward to embracing new opportunities that arise as the journey continues.


Check out the story with the link below. And THANK YOU for all of your support.


https://westchestermagazine.com/life-style/business/westchester-home-businesses/