They are identified for their company that serves pre-packaged, pre-prepared meals that are gluten-totally free and small cal.

But now, Doug and Kira Watt have started off an additional food enterprise, and this one particular will attractiveness to people today who are throwing caloric warning to the wind.

The Watts, who jointly have and operate Best Plate — a healthful-food stuff small business Kira established in 2018 — have just released a new foodstuff trailer called Watt’s Cooking & Catering.

It’s a pull-at the rear of trailer that will be run by Doug and will serve truthful favorites like funnel cakes, chocolate-coated cheesecake, cheeseburgers, fries, fried Oreos, fried sweet bars and additional.

Doug strategies to just take it to fairs and festivals all more than the region when these are again up and functioning. In the meantime, he claimed, he’s also considering parking the trailer on numerous Wichita avenue corners to feed individuals with a fair-food items hankering.

So considerably, he’s established up the trailer in Oxford and in Valley Centre.

Doug Watt claimed he’s been in the fair food stuff company because 1995, but right until now, he’s served his foodstuff from beneath tents. He’s owned and run enterprises with names like World’s Greatest Lemonade and Cappuccino Connections

His mother-in-regulation not too long ago bought a funnel cake cooker from a person providing it on-line and located out they had a concession trailer to sell, way too. She requested Doug and Kira if they were being interested.

They are receiving the trailer wrapped with its emblem now, possessing recently settled on its identify after polling Facebook pals for recommendations. They’ll retain its whereabouts up to date on the trailer’s new Fb Page.

Doug Watt claims his wellness-conscious wife has been a tiny worried that shoppers may confuse the two corporations. Excellent Plate sells foods from 3 destinations — its flagship at 5255 N. Maize, on the ground degree of the Garvey Heart at 220 W. Douglas and in Derby from a co-op meals enterprise named The Coop.

“I’m type of the anti-Ideal Plate,” he explained with a snicker.


©2020 The Wichita Eagle (Wichita, Kan.)

Check out The Wichita Eagle (Wichita, Kan.) at

Dispersed by Tribune Written content Company, LLC.

Go on Looking through