Aunt Flora’s is a Black-owned caterer specializing in delicious cobbler pie, cake, and southern comfort foods. All recipes are from the original Flora Saunders, who traveled the country in the 1940s as Aunt Jemima.
Aunt Flora’s delicious cobblers and other menu items can be found in several places. This Cincinnati cobbler company has had a booth at Findlay Market since 2000. More recently, the Black-owned business has been operating in the Northgate Mall Food Court alongside Mention’s Fish & Chips. Dessert lovers not in Cincinnati, but can’t live without the homemade cobblers and sauces can order online.
Catering, Personal Chef, and Public Speaking Services:
This African American caterer offers catering services for events, weddings and special occasions. Catered food choices include southern Comfort foods or a cobbler pie buffet. This Cincinnati cobbler company can even deliver a Cobbler Pie to that special someone for birthdays, anniversaries, graduations and more! There is a facility available as an event space for private intimate occasions and a minister for hire for weddings.
Aunt Flora’s also offers a personal chef service, for when you just don’t feel like cooking. This African American baker also provides cooking classes on Southern Comfort Foods. She is available for public appearances, speaking on food and entrepreneurship and has even been featured nationally on Martha Stewart Show as well as the Oprah Winfrey Show.
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The Voice of Black Cincinnati is pleased to publish this business listing for Aunt Flora’s, a Black-owned homemade cobbler company.