Two bobcats have teamed adult to keep a juicy family recipe alive by offered food to their college village out of their home in San Marcos.
Charles Rivers, business government junior, and Arianna Richards, practice and sports scholarship junior, have brought a Rivers family tip fried-chicken recipe to their college town. Ordering from BB’s Chicken is as elementary as promulgation in an sequence on Twitter and picking it adult during a couple’s home.
Currently there is usually one dish accessible for squeeze consisting of a basket of wings and fries served with a special amiable sauce.
The origins of a flavors go behind approximately 9 years when a Rivers family owned a grill and combined their possess recipes for a Chicago-style dishes they sold.
The Houston-based restaurant, BB’s Chicago Style Foods, lasted about dual years until they transitioned to a food trailer to save on expenses. Once a Rivers family motionless to adopt a food lorry indication after on, they sealed emporium for 3 years while building a ideal food lorry for a company.
The food lorry was prepared for operation in 2015 and operated in Houston until Rivers’ family changed behind to their hometown of Chicago in late 2016.
With Rivers’ family vital in Chicago, it was adult to him to keep a business running. Last year Rivers brought Richards on as co-owner as she had prior knowledge operative with a family business. Then started their story of creation duck and fries from their college home while both attending classes and studying.
“After a Annual Chicago Picnic, we had food leftover, and given we brought it here we started offered from a home,” Rivers said.
From grill to home business, a integrate motionless to continue regulating a name BB’s as a illustration of Rivers’ family. His youngest sister Breanna combined a name BB’s since their mom’s name is Brenda and their other sister’s name is Brenesha.
Within a subsequent month a twin hopes to acquire adequate supports to move a tangible food lorry to San Marcos.
“We’re perplexing to build fortitude by bringing a food truck, operative to support ourselves is a challenge, though it has paid off,” Richards said.
Rivers and Richards pronounced holding on a business on their possess has not been easy, though they have taken advantage of a resources that Texas State provides a students. They employed Copy Cats to imitation their business cards, that served as their initial step in removing their name out by distributing a cards to students in a Quad.
Within a initial dual weeks of BB’s handling in San Marcos, Zeneyda Jackson, communication studies senior, got their business label while walking on campus. She confessed she now buys their food infrequently adult to 3 times per week.
“They are really professional, we can get boiled duck anywhere, though it’s their bid that keeps me going and there’s something opposite about (their chicken),” Jackson said.
Rivers and Richards pronounced they are looking brazen to a splendid destiny with their business. Once they move their food lorry to city they will be means to offer a full menu with other Chicago-style dishes such as prohibited dogs and pizza puffs.
BB’s is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings while weekend operations vary. To stay adult to date and sequence BB’s Chicago Style Foods, check out their chatter comment @BB_Beef.