After having been in the music business for many years, schlepping records, booking artists, and promoting concerts, it was time for a career change.
Should I stay in the music business, should I go back to the ski and tennis business, or should I try something new? If I was going to try something new, what was it, what am I worth, what will I do, and all of the other questions I did not even know? So I decided to make chocolate mousse while I pondered the questions and answers. Why? Because I made the best chocolate mousse I had ever tasted. And, while in the music biz, I traveled a lot and if we ever came across mousse on a menu, we ordered it, had a bite and pushed it away, quite confident that mine at home was better.
Fifteen years later we still make a whole lot of chocolate mousse, and it is still the best I have ever tasted, but we make a whole lot more like, five different carrot cakes, and about twenty-five different mousse tortes, and my Mother’s recipe for Mexican Wedding Cakes, and the list goes on and on. The one thread that stitches this all together is that each and every item we make is the very best of that item that I have ever tasted.
Humbly, I think we make some pretty good stuff! Some folks even agree, because our stuff can be found in a lot of the best grocery stores and restaurants in Western Washington, and som