In case you don’t know it yet, I’m a proud alumna of The Hockaday School in Dallas. My time there has largely shaped me into what I am today. Because of that, I always make it a point to give back to the school whenever there’s an opportunity for me to do so.
Thus, it makes me happy, proud, and honored whenever I get recognized by my alma mater. This time, the recognition came in the form of a mention in the “City Slickers” article in the May 2020 issue of Hockaday Fourcast, the school’s official student-run magazine. The article lists businesses run by alumna or people connected to Hockaday offering essential services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Thank you, Hockaday Fourcast, for mentioning Asian Mint in the article.
Feeding souls safely in the time of Covid-19
As I’ve mentioned previously, the Asian Mint team and I value the health and safety of both our customers and staff. That’s why, despite the Texas government allowing restaurants to resume operations in early May, we opted to keep Asian Mint’s dining rooms closed. Instead, we have switched our business model to deliveries and curbside pick-ups. In this way, we can still serve our community even as we put safety first.
We also launched ChefMint, a line of meal kits that allow customers to make their favorite Asian Mint dishes at home. These kits contain pre-prepared ingredients and easy-to-follow instructions for cooking the said dish. With ChefMint, you can easily replicate the Asian Mint dining experience at home.
Each ChefMint kit is available for a couple of weeks after we launch it. Then we introduce a new kit. You can get these kits as they come out. Or you can sign up for a subscription and you’ll get the kits automatically as soon as they’re out.
Again, thank you, Hockaday Fourcast for mentioning Asian Mint in your article. It’s truly an honor.
You can read the magazine here: https://bit.ly/36toJEX