Well shit. This last month has been unforeseen, to say the least.
We all know the impact this pandemic has had on the economy--small businesses especially. But with support and a touch of luck, your favorite small business will be back and (hopefully) thriving before you know it.
Earl Todd Barbecue is no different. We've certainly been affected by the happenings--but lucky for us, we are actually too small to take a serious blow below the belt. We're on hiatus right now, clearly due to the supply and demand on food, functions in which we participate in, and other closures and uncertainties surrounding our market. It sucks right now, but good news is we'll be able bounce back as soon as life allows us to.
Although there will be no catering, pop-ups, or markets in the immidiate future, we are working on providing meals for hospital frontline workers and such. And to all of you who are in that category...thanks a ton. Seriously.
This pause in plans has allowed me to appreciate the support of all of you. We had big plans this summer, and it's a bummer they won't pan out. But during this weird downtime, I'm going to do my best to get the food and smoke dialed in, and take time to be grateful for the small following we've grown. More to come, most certainly.
Please, relax...pour yourselves a cocktail, help one another out, support the small guys, listen to great music, cook great food every night, try not to kill your family, and keep on truckin'.
Love you guys. See you soon. First time out, pulled pork sliders are on the house.