In January 2016 we were doing a 10-day horse show festival. Since we were there such long hours Ken would make us lunch in our tent. Other vendors would eat our lunches with us and ask, “why are you not selling your food”.We decided to sell it as a test at the festival and did surprisingly well. This led to several other weekend festivals throughout the year.
September 2017, we opened K & R Kulinary so we could expand our company. From the end of 2017 to the beginning of 2020, we did a few festivals, but mostly we were In House Cheffing for Air B and B guest. In House Cheffing really took off mid-2018 and continued to grow. Unfortunately, March 2020 Covid hit and haulted our cheffings just as we were booking into 2021. We are picking back up now in April 2021 but missed a lot of incredible times with amazing groups. We have meet so many people while cheffing and are looking forward to meeting many more.
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We are Ken and Rebecca of K & R Kulinary LLC. Husband-and-wife team that are loving this Kulinary adventure.
How did this all begin and when? In the fall of 2013, my husband and I ran our daughter’s girl scout troop. The girls want to make extra money for their troop so we happened to find a festival in Fountain Hills and we asked if the girls could be part of it selling fudge. The town said yes and the girls were excited. My husband made amazing fudge and everyone always told him, “why are you not selling this?” So, we thought let’s try this out and have the girls sell the fudge at the festival. It was a 3-day festival and the girls sold out each day with pre-packaged fudge. In February 2014, Ken and I decided to open KR Fudge and did a lot of weekend festivals.