Our Family Inspired Products
At the core of what we do is a rich tradition of family heritage and decades of family recipes cooked in seasoned cast iron skillets. We have captured four generations of family traditions and recipes from our Irish, Cherokee and African-American heritage to share with you. Our former restaurant and cookbook pays homage to family. To learn a little bit about us, read about our family and heritage, like most southern folks, we have a background that has inspired our cooking, menu, and how we celebrate family and events through food.
Our Family Members
Carrie (Murrer) Page
Carrie (Murrer) Page was the wife of Nelson Page, together they are the foundation of the Page family. Nelson Page was a descendant of a White Irish father and Black African mother, Carrie was the mother of eleven children including Enouch. A full-blooded Cherokee Indian, Carrie's family is believed to have migrated to Alabama from the west.
Enouch & Lela Roberta Page
Enouch Page married Lela Roberta (Peterson), the daughter of Roberta and Huey Peterson. To this union, thirteen children were born: Claudia Mae, Ennis, Myrtle, Enos Graham, Gracie, Addie Mae, Richard, Lela-Marie, Howard, James, Annie Mural, Denise, and Nelson. Today five Page children live in cities ranging from Detroit, Michigan to Stone Mountain and Lithonia, Georgia.
Annie M. Page
Annie Page is the eleventh child born to Enouch and Lela Roberta Page in Honoraville, Alabama. Annie moved to Ecourse, Michigan as a teen upon graduation from high school in Alabama and later journeyed to San Francisco, California, before moving to Bronx, NY in 1995 to be close to her beloved sister Lela Marie. In 2005 Annie moved to Stone Mountain, GA and today is the beloved "Aunt Annie" to her niece Lorraine and great-niece Zion.