Introducing Nice to Meat You!

This week on Nice to Meat You!:

Hi everyone, Grace here. Hailing from the kitchen between 6th and Market, I decided I would start a weekly blog for City Smoke House. What better way to let you guys get a glimpse into our daily lives in the kitchen than this? Food may be our specialty and profession, but I think the individual personality on the team certainly adds a little spice to our dynamic.

A wise man once told me, “Grace, you don’t stop eating until you hate yourself.” That wise man, being my 19-year-old brother, had a point. Food has always been, and always will be, the pinnacle part of our lives. Needless to say, food is an integral part of so many different cultures throughout history that we can always find intricate recipes and techniques in different cuisines. Aside from being a necessary part of our lives in order to basically stay alive, food can truly bring joy to us all.

Everyone here at City Smoke House shares a deep affection for gastronomy. For that very reason, it made perfect sense for us to enjoy the pleasures of eating and cooking together outside of work. Every day in the kitchen, we cook meals from scratch for each other during lunch break. It’s very easy to say it’s my personal favorite time of day because instead of Mario cooking, we get to see Brian or Brandon cook for us. There’s really nothing like sitting down and eating together while we can chat away.

This aspect is also crucial to us because we want to be able to be a part of your conversations over lunch with your co-workers or your big family reunion. It’s really important that we don’t overcomplicate the meal but rather, provide you all with the right arsenal to fuel the atmosphere. I believe that food shouldn’t just be supplements that the human body requires as nutritions but an experience that will always be associated with good times.

Until next time on Nice to Meat You, if you ever think of barbecue, think of us!

 

Signing off,

That Girl Who Posts on Instagram A Lot

Grace Kijjaroenvisal