Whats up A-J readers! As talked about final week, I’ve been engaged on a number of initiatives that I’m excited to launch within the upcoming days. These tales shall be a deal with for fellow foodies or anybody who enjoys random info about Lubbock, so keep tuned.
This week, an article celebrating the 100-year anniversary of Gandy’s Dairy in Lubbock was printed. The Gandy’s location on North College Avenue has an fascinating historical past, beginning as Bell Dairy, merging with San Angelo’s Gandy’s, and now being owned by the Dairy Farmers of America. In my interview with officers, they shared insights on their use of native milk, their product supply throughout lengthy distances, and their ideas on the continued success of the enterprise. It was an intriguing dialog, and I extremely suggest studying the article to find all of the fascinating particulars.
We’re additionally within the strategy of planning holiday-related tales for the subsequent few months. We’ve some nice concepts within the works that I imagine you’ll totally get pleasure from.
Since this month has been comparatively mild, I needed to share my newest greatest chunk with you. I’ve talked about Vizo’s in earlier articles however hadn’t had the prospect to go to till Thursday night. Though it wasn’t very busy when my accomplice and I went, the service was spectacular, and the meals was completely scrumptious. I’m already planning my return go to to attempt the Style of Africa and Zambezi Grilled Ribs.
As at all times, I wish to prolong my gratitude for studying and supporting the A-J.