Commercial Appeal: At day’s end, No Time 2 Cook has ‘homemade’ solution
Karen Kurr made the switch from children’s clothes to casseroles, scarcely missing a beat.
The Oxford, Miss., woman, her sister and her best friend had run up their credit cards buying children’s clothes, and they weren’t exactly selling like hot cakes.
Karen Kurr uses several freezers to transport her ready-to-eat dishes, prepared in a commercial kitchen attached to her home, to retail sites across northern Mississippi.
Kay Olliver, Kurr’s sister, took the clothes to the Belhaven Market in Jackson, Miss.
“She called me after the first day and said, ‘I can’t sell these clothes, but I believe I could sell my pecan pies and fudge,'” Kurr said. “She went back the next day with her pies and fudge and sold out. She called me and said, ‘This is how we’re going to get our money back.'”
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