COLUMBUS, Ohio — Casey Stevens is creating her entrepreneurial debut this spring as the Biscuit Manager.
It’s been a extended journey back for this mother of two who missing her longtime task in the corporate world in the course of the pandemic.
“I was rather devastated mainly because I loved doing the job in take a look at kitchens and in the corporate atmosphere. I just loved learning from all the unique departments. I really assumed like, we ended up just heading to choose up and transfer absent. And we talked about it, and the additional we talked about it, the extra we determined we definitely preferred to keep below, at dwelling in Ohio and dig our ft in and do what we seriously wanted to do,” Stevens said.
Casey and her husband, Mark, explained they really want to kick other brunch selections to the curb and target on serving warm, hand-crafted biscuit-based mostly breakfast sandwiches that you’ll require a fork and knife to take in.
Word obtained close to and Biscuit Manager is booked for additional than 80 functions this summer time and fall throughout central Ohio.
“It was sort of emotional to have so several people today so fired up and not even test my food items nonetheless and be so complimentary and hey, your things seems to be great, we are so thrilled. My principal intention to is attempt and make absolutely sure I place that top quality in each and every one a single,” Stevens reported.
Stevens explained if this undertaking goes effectively she hopes to broaden. And for any budding business people out there, she claimed never be frightened to get that very first stage.
“You take that to start with stage and you see people’s reactions and you come across individuals to converse to that do what it is you want to do because they’ll just fuel your exhilaration and your passion,” Stevens said.