Before they officially went into business together, Davis and Curbean's love for cooking was mainly a passionate hobby that sometimes paid. While working as a truck driver for Cloverland in East Baltimore, Davis turned that love into service when he decided, along with Curbean, to cook a huge Christmas dinner for his co-workers in 2010. "I knew I wanted to make this special dinner for everybody at work but I didn't have anybody to help me out," Davis recalls. "But knowing Craig through his mother and his love for food made me reach out to him." A year before, Curbean carried out a similar deed when he organized making meals for the homeless during holiday season, which has continued every year since. "Going to BIC right downtown, I couldn't help notice the number of homeless people around campus," Curbean tells me. "I just wanted to do something to help. My friends all came out to help. My mother surprisingly let me use her kitchen," he adds with a laugh.