What an absolute blessing. Keith Lawrence of the Messenger & Inquirer published an amazing article about Kim's new business in Sundays paper. He wrote about how Kim had a career as a server in the restaurant business for years before going to school and receiving a degree in nursing. "But after several years in nursing, she's back to her first love - food", Lawrence wrote. He also wrote about a review that a customer had given about the Delectable Chicken Florentine Casserole where they said "The chicken was melt-in-your-mouth tender. We had the rest of the casserole on Sunday. Even reheating it, it was still moist and the chicken was still tender. We are very anxious to try all of her casseroles." The article went on to talk about the different kinds of casseroles we carry, and how some of them came about. And not much to my surprise, the follow day we had one of our largest order days since we launched November 11th. A lot of people came into our Salem Drive location exclaiming how they've been waiting for something like this to come to Owensboro. Many of them gave examples of how on occasion they might not have time to prepare a meal for their families, but didn't want to resort to fast food. Others had unique situations. One individual in particular talked about how she cares for her elderly mother, and how convenient it would be for her to just pop one in the oven and 30 minutes later have a delicious home cooked meal, without going to all of trouble of prepping the meal. As far as we're concerned, the article came at just the right time, after Kim had some experience under her belt and we had some wrinkles in the business ironed out. What a blessing.