The collision of love and survival. The call to create; the passion to nourish. We eat to survive–yes. We eat because food is a tantalizing experience–yes. I am blessed to be able to spend my days in a place where this need for sustenance is met at the apex of flavor.
I am speaking of Real Food Cafe in Amarillo, TX.
It is where we chop a LOT of garlic, dice mountains of veggies, melt an unending supply of chocolate and butter.
Andy whips eggs into crepes,
T makes all of our desserts from scratch,
Katherine serenades, flower-arranges, and greets you with a smile;
and the rest of us make your tummies tingle…
Fresh herbs abound:
We dice, we chop, we julienne. We grill, roast, toast. We laugh, we sing, we prepare, we love. All so others can enjoy their journey of survival. It’s not a bad way to spend the day.
***Real Food Cafe is committed to using fresh, organic, grass-fed and free-range local food as much as possible. Thanks to the High Plains Food Bank, that commitment just became easier.***