Hello A-J readers! As talked about final week, I have been functioning on many projects that I am excited to release in the upcoming days. These stories will be a treat for fellow foodies or any individual who enjoys random information about Lubbock, so keep tuned.
This week, an write-up celebrating the one hundred-year anniversary of Gandy’s Dairy in Lubbock was published. The Gandy’s place on North University Avenue has an exciting history, beginning as Bell Dairy, merging with San Angelo’s Gandy’s, and now getting owned by the Dairy Farmers of America. In my interview with officials, they shared insights on their use of nearby milk, their solution delivery across lengthy distances, and their thoughts on the continued good results of the company. It was an intriguing conversation, and I hugely advise reading the write-up to find out all the fascinating information.
We are also in the procedure of arranging vacation-associated stories for the subsequent couple of months. We have some fantastic suggestions in the functions that I think you will completely get pleasure from.
Considering that this month has been somewhat light, I wanted to share my most current most effective bite with you. I have talked about Vizo’s in preceding articles but hadn’t had the possibility to go to till Thursday evening. Even though it wasn’t incredibly busy when my companion and I went, the service was impressive, and the meals was completely scrumptious. I’m currently arranging my return go to to attempt the Taste of Africa and Zambezi Grilled Ribs.
As often, I want to extend my gratitude for reading and supporting the A-J.