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The Chef

Freddie Hardin, a native of Natchez, Mississippi, spent a lot of time in New Orleans, Louisiana, with family, where he learned about the local specialties that he loves. He founded Creochee with his life partner in order to commemorate his Creole background. Okra soup, shrimp and grits, red rice and fish, and other "Southern" dishes were a constant part of Kesha Hardin's upbringing as a native of Charleston, South Carolina.

Freddie graduated from culinary school in 2020 and has been whipping up delicious meals in the kitchen ever since. The Hardins' passion for savory food served as the impetus for their mission to make these filling meals accessible to people with busy schedules. Are you already anticipating a platter of hot shrimp, okra soup, gumbo, po-boys, or some salmon bites? Give a special thanks to the Gullah or Creole culture because they are the source of many beloved dishes. When combined with a love of family, food serves as more than just a source of nutrition for people; it also serves as a way to show gratitude to those who helped pave the way for future generations.

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