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Good morning everyone. I am new to this group and am looking forward to learning as much as I can from all of you. I am at the very beginning of this process, and have lots to learn. Ultimately, I am looking to begin a mobile food service business as a sort of "retirement" plan for when I'm ready to step back from my current full-time gig. Bear with me, I'll be asking a lot of questions. I live in South-Central PA.

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Welcome, PadreANT! This is a good time and place to tell more about yourself, if you wish. What sort of food do you like to cook and eat? Is your current full-time gig related to food? What did you have for dinner last night, or breakfast this morning?


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A little bit more about myself ... I live in South-Central PA, and am currently a full-time pastor at a local church. I have been doing that for the last 17 years. I also love to cook, and do most of the cooking at home for my family. I decided to go back to school and am currently pursuing a certificate in Culinary Arts and Catering at a community college near me. It has been fantastic, and it has led to my thinking that when the time comes for me to step back from full-time ministry, I would want to open my food truck business. I am thinking trailer to begin because of the lower start-up costs than a full-blown food truck. So I am still in the beginning research phase of all of this, and trying to learn as much as possible. I am looking forward to everyone's insight.

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