I am thrilled to be writing my very first blog! As we embark upon spring, I am greatly overwhelmed with gratitude and joy for this changing of seasons. The Redheads has been growing quickly and we are so excited to share with you all the new news and REDwords about our expansion…starting with this blog! I will be posting in this blog about upcoming events, new products, menu items and recipes, scheduled demos, and just what is happening in Leelanau and how it all goes into everything we create here at The Redheads Cafe & Tasting Room. I am excited to share why we make the goods we do, how we make them and how living and creating in Leelanau affects what we create!
I have been ecstatic that the snow has been melting and the birds have been singing, “It is spring, SPRING!”. However, this morning we awoke to a blanket of white snow covering all the brown earth that we haven’t seen in months! I suppose it is a wonderful lesson that we can not always control our surroundings, it is how we deal with them! So with a smile, I am rolling with our “spring”:)
We are thrilled to be interviewing to find the very best person to help me run the Cafe this summer! In this changing of seasons, we are also getting prepared for our annual Ryder Landry Ryder show where my husband Aaron Ryder and I play our original music for the evening with dinner served. Check out Stage RED on the website for details…and check our calendar of events for what is happening next (Eminor on May 25th!) We are also getting ready to open the Cafe and Tasting Room in May! Exciting new dishes and new products added to the Tasting Room line, AND the Bridge Bagel is BACK!!! We will be serving our Kejara’s breakfast menu every Sunday from Memorial Day through Labor Day! And last but not least, we are working on a significant deal that will possibly double The Redheads wholesale business, which means more stores full of yummy hummus near you!
I thank you for your continued support, and for reading what a little ole Leelanau lady has to write! More on all these happenings and how the land is thawing up here!
All the best to you and yours,
Sarah F. Landry Ryder