Party’s on, Houston

What a bizarre winter we’ve had, #amiright? Snow in December, #icepocalypse in January…wonder what February will bring?

I know one thing for sure – by March, April, May and beyond, Houston will have returned to her smokin’ hot self.  The good news? We’re up and running and serving you snowy treats to keep you cool.

The better news?  If you’re having a party anytime in the foreseeable future, you can book us for your wedding, birthday, graduation, bat mitzvah, retirement, golden anniversary, church picnic, school fundraiser, company party, you name it!

The best news?  If you reserve your date (with a small deposit) by February 14th, you’ll save 10% off your total party price (of $200 or more).

So what are you waiting for?  Click here and complete the form.  Send us an email.  Or call us at 713-562-8403.

I’m excited to hear from you!



One day at a time, sweet Jesus

Are y’all making it okay?

I hope this post finds you safe and sound. It’s rough out there, isn’t it? Homes are totally lost. Major highways are flooded. Schools can’t open. Businesses are closed indefinitely.

What. A. Mess.

But, if I take a deep breath and stop for a minute, I realize it’s getting better.

It seems to me that today just may be better than yesterday. It may be just a teeny tiny bit better, but it is still improvement. Don’t you think?

What’s your situation like? Do y’all need any help?

I ask that in earnest. Please let us know if we can assist with clean up or possibly provide supplies or aid of another sort to help you through this difficult time. Send me a quick note, and I promise to get back to you quickly so we can get to work.

I’d offer you a refreshing snoball, but I can’t for right now. The li’l blue bus is in the shop to get some work done, so for the time being, all I can offer is a helping hand. And prayers. So many prayers have been said in the last 2 weeks! Those will certainly continue, and as soon as the bus is ready to go, we will hit the streets to get some well deserved sweet treats out to all our neighbors.

We are also interested in taking care of the first responders and other relief personnel. I’ve got a list going of some area stations and other gathering places, but if you know of a particular area that we should visit, please drop me a note.

If you’re not in Texas and are inclined to contribute to the relief efforts, I ask that you donate. Any amount will help. This won’t be “fixed” in a few weeks. Heck, we’re talking years before the 4th largest city in America is back on her feet.

J.J. Watt’s charity is a great option. We’ve all seen Houston’s sweetheart and the amazing work he’s done already.

If you want to help pets, I would suggest Lance McCullers, Jr’s organization Houston Pets Alive.

Our church, Second Baptist, is also doing great work being the hands and feet of Jesus providing the physical labor necessary to get homes and businesses cleaned up and ready for restoration. I know for a fact that 100% of the donations they raise are being used for relief (no admin costs whatsoever).

But really, whether you’re able to give or not, please keep our city and the entire Gulf Coast in your prayers. Prayers alone can do so much.

Hang in there, Texas. It will get better…


That’s a Wrap.

Well, a partial wrap to be quite specific.

Have you seen us on the road?  Or perhaps our social media posts?  Our girl is lookin’ good!  (If I do say so myself!)


It’s taken us the better part of a year – hey, converting a working school bus into a functioning food truck is hard work! – especially when you’re juggling full time jobs, family commitments, and everything else life throws your way.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s been a ton of fun, too!  Billy and I have done everything ourselves, with a few days help from my brother, a paint job by MAACO, and a partial wrap by Houston Sign Company.  All this togetherness in these tight quarters has taught us a lot about each other – and even more about each other when it’s 100 degrees outside.

We still have a little bit to go before we’re live daily on the streets of Houston, but in the meantime, we are booking catered events!

We’ve already done a couple, and let me tell you – I love my new job!

Our unofficial debut was a family night at an area private school.



We served over a hundred snoballs to this awesome group of folks who came out to support their school and raise funds for the 8th grade graduation trip to Washington, DC.  We donated half of our proceeds back to the class.  Who doesn’t love a school trip?


We also took part in a high school graduation party in Bellaire.  The family hosted a crawfish boil to celebrate their daughter’s milestone, and what better way to tame the cajun heat than with a snoball!

Evelyn Clark Graduation Party

We have an event coming up this week at an area church for a women’s Bible study event.

Schools, private residences, and churches – there’s nowhere we won’t go!  Don’t you want to have us at your next event?

Send me a quick note, let me know what sort of party you’re having, and how many folks you expect.  I’ll put together a quick quote for you, and I promise it’ll be the best party ever! (Well, probably.)

Hope to see y’all so soon!