D’IBERVILLE, Miss. (WLOX) – Keisha Smith is the owner of the food truck Keeping It Tasty and usually does business in a few consistent places. With the restrictions surrounding the current pandemic, she has decided to take her business curbside to neighborhoods.
“Neighborhoods, I love that,” Smith said. “It gives neighbors a chance to come out and try my food. Also, practice social distancing.
In terms of maintaining that social distancing, Smith and his team are finding a way to give people the option to get their food without having to wait alongside others.
“I allow them to call ahead,” she said. “Right now we have a ton of people who have already called and decided to come to the truck. We’ll have them prepare their food.
Especially in a time when putting food on a table is difficult for everyone, Keeping It Tasty takes great pride in serving our customers.
“I’ve been doing this for 14 years. I’ve been cooking for 14 years,” Smith said. “I love feeding people. To go out and do that and to be able to do that is an honor for me. To be able to go out and feed people is something that I’ve always wanted to do.
For families with people of all ages, Smith’s passion is capable of satisfying everyone.
“My food is also kid-friendly,” she said. “I love it when a kid can stay home and get quality food right outside their door. It’s something we love to do, I could do it all day.
You can follow Smith and his food truck on The Facebook page of Keep It Tasty.
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