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Annie's Country Kitchen

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It All Began with a Little Girl in West Virginia…
Angela Neely grew up on a small family farm in West Virginia during the 30’s and 40’s. Home cooking was a way of life. The home canning of their fruits and vegetables was a necessity. Annie’s mother taught her all she needed to know to make delicious food from farm-grown ingredients. Later in her life, she decided to expand her hobby of canning homemade products in order to sell them to local vendors in NEPA, thus Annie’s Country Kitchen was born. Her late husband, Warren Thompson, was an accomplished vegetable farmer. He added his knowledge to this process to ensure a delicious final result.

Florence Jamison, Warren Thompson’s sister, also grew up on a family farm in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. Like Annie, her mother taught her the art of home cooking and canning. Florence has assisted in the operation of Annie’s Country Kitchen from day one.

Lee Jamison, Florence’s son, worked in construction until a serious injury necessitated a career change. At the same time, Annie was preparing to stop cooking. With no interested successors in sight, Annie and Florence decided to share their knowledge with Lee. In 2014, Lee took the necessary steps to transform their hobby into a business.

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It All Began with a Little Girl in West Virginia...

Angela Neely grew up on a small family farm in West Virginia during the 30’s and 40’s. Home cooking was a way of life. The home canning of their fruits and vegetables was a necessity. Annie’s mother taught her all she needed to know to make delicious food from farm-grown ingredients. Later in her life, she decided to expand her hobby of canning homemade products in order to sell them to local vendors in NEPA, thus Annie’s Country Kitchen was born. Her late husband, Warren Thompson, was an accomplished vegetable farmer. He added his knowledge to this process to ensure a delicious final result.

Florence Jamison, Warren Thompson’s sister, also grew up on a family farm in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. Like Annie, her mother taught her the art of home cooking and canning. Florence has assisted in the operation of Annie’s Country Kitchen from day one.

Lee Jamison, Florence’s son, worked in construction until a serious injury necessitated a career change. At the same time, Annie was preparing to stop cooking. With no interested successors in sight, Annie and Florence decided to share their knowledge with Lee. In 2014, Lee took the necessary steps to transform their hobby into a business.

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