We have been cooking as a team since 2010. It all started a few years before SSC when we began cooking luncheons at our church together. We found we both have a love for cooking and enjoyed working together. Julie had already started SSC on her own in 2008, and when she decided she wanted to expand the business, she asked Kim to join.
We try to cook healthy and delicious fresh foods with minimal processed ingredients. We prepare food for our clients how we want our families to eat.
Kim: I’ve been married to my husband Dan since 1993 and we have four kids to keep us busy. During the early years of our marriage Dan was active duty Navy, and we enjoyed moving where the Navy sent us. We lived in Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, and then back to Florida. Dan left active duty and went into the reserves and now flies as a commercial airline pilot. We moved back to our home state of Kansas in 2003. I’m a self-taught cook and have always enjoyed trying new dishes and tweaking things to fit my family’s tastes. Email me here.
Click on the photo of Kim with the green bean casserole to read a feature in the Hutchinson Magazine.
Julie: I am married to Tedd, and we have three kids. I have enjoyed cooking for over 30 years and have catered for over 20. Cooking for my family changed after our oldest went away to college. He was a football player, and I had always cooked in large quantities when he was home. That didn’t stop after he left for college, so I began taking meals to friends, and in 2008 the Sunflower Supper Club was born.
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Order Some Fabulous FoodHutchinson, Kansas, where we are raising our families and enjoying our business, the Sunflower Supper Club, which provides meal delivery and catering for our customers in the area.
A small city of the size we think is “just right,” Hutchinson (nicknamed “Hutch”) is home to the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, the Kansas State Fair, the National Junior College Athletic Association men’s national basketball tournament, and Strataca, the Kansas Underground Museum. Because of the salt mines that run under our city, Hutchinson also has a second nickname of “Salt City” and a unique high school mascot known as the Salt Hawk. Our world-renowned Prairie Dunes Country Club has hosted the U.S. Women’s Open in 2002, the U.S. Senior Open in 2006, and the Men’s NCAA Golf Championship in 2014.