2 Southern Belles is the culmination of over five generations of expertise in the kitchen. Owners Kieron and Kimberly Buford wanted the world to experience what it was like in the Prichard/Stallworth/Lewis kitchens growing up. Welcome to Our House.
Our grandmother, Estena (affectionately known as Teena) worked in many wealthy homes in the Mobile area until her death in 1998.
She and her sister, Dollie, both learned from their grandfather who was a baker. Estena taught her daughter Gwendolyn, who in turn taught her children, who also gleaned from the two original Southern Belles (Estena and Dollie) as well.
Dollie, called Nani by the younger ones, developed cataracts which stole her vision early on. However, it never diminished her ability to navigate in the kitchen! And just like Teena, Nani Doll was at home in the kitchen and the love showed in the food that came out.
Adding to the life lessons learned in "the Campground" and "the Bottom", in the Alexander/ Prichard / Stallworth bloodline, are infusions of our deceased sister-in love Maria Beltran-Cantres Lewis and her Puerto Rican heritage. With Lewis and Buford touches and additions, we invite you to come home with us and experience family love and Mobile roots through food!
We are Mobile. Our family is Mobile. Our home is The Campground and The Bottom.
And our ancestors were 2 Southern Belles.