September 06, 2018
Liz grew up in Tennessee and it was clear to her that after 5 years of bitter cold NH winters, it was time for a change back to warmer climates.I was born and raised in NH and other than 4 years of college in Massachusetts, I've lived in NH my whole life. I had always had an itch to spread my wings more and try some place new, but life got in the way and I never moved.We decided, now's the time!After visiting a few places we fell in love with one particular place: Charleston, SC. The Carolinas are home to a ton of great BBQ which makes it the perfect location to broaden Wayward Gourmet. It's also going to be a great location for Liz's pastry catering business "Pretty Little Pie Co" (like them on FB, if you haven't already, they're amazing!) Charleston is also a big foodie town which is a huge plus for us.So, long story short, we'll be temporarily suspending sales on our site for about a week while we set things up down south but you'll still be able to order all of our Wayward Gourmet spice rubs on Amazon.It's going to be extremely bittersweet leaving New England. We've made so many friendships that will last a lifetime. It's where we met, fell in love, and got married. We'll defiantly be back to visit the state we love so very much!As for now: Time to start a whole new and exciting chapter in our lives!Cheers!Liz & PatPS: I almost forgot! After many months (and many, many emails), Nobody Calls Me Chicken will finally be BACK IN STOCK on Amazon Wednesday, September 12! Sorry it took so long!
September 17, 2018
Have you thought about selling larger packages? My preference would be to get 1 pound containers, preferably with shaker lids. Also, a recipe suggestion. Add a little bit of granulated lemon zest to the Sweet Heat rub for port, and a little bit of granulated orange zest to the Sweet Heat for brisket.
April 30, 2018
March 06, 2018
January 04, 2018
If 2018 is half as busy as 2017 was, we're in store for a real treat!