My children had waffles everyday on holidays so instead of buying waffles I got some waffle irons and made them for the kids. I then used my experience as a chef and baker to play around with some flavours so that my waffles are unique.
What do you like most about being a stallholder?
Seeing people’s faces when they try my savoury dishes with waffles and seeing that they really enjoyed something they didn’t think of as being savoury at all.
What do you like least about being a stallholder?
Where do you see yourself in 5 years time?
I would like my business to be making enough sales that people are following me around just to get their waffle fix and enough cafes buying off me that JM Waffles are known because they are in the cafes being used.
What one piece of advice would you give to a new stallholder?
Don’t give up just because the first few times are slow days.
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