‘Little Kitchen Pandemic Project’ Now Booming Business For West Concord Couple

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WEST CONCORD (CBS) – WECO Hospitality, a dinner service that started at the beginning of the pandemic, is now a booming business that just keeps growing.WECO is a nod to West Concord, where head chef Gavin Lambert is from.
Their brand new kitchen at WECO Acton is bustling and Lambert can hardly believe it.
Kate Merrill and Gavin Lambert in the new WECO Kitchen in Acton. (WBZ-TV)
“It just makes us feel special that everybody wants to try WECO, everybody wants to get our dinners and we want to give that to people,” he told WBZ-TV.
Lambert started WECO just 8 months ago with his partner Rachel Amiralian-Lambert out of their apartment after he lost his job as a chef during the start of the pandemic and they needed something to do.
“It started with our families, my mom and Rachel’s dad and some co-workers who lost their jobs and quickly spread like wildfire, someone told someone, and they told 5 people and two weeks in, we had way too many orders,” Lambert said.
WECO was created to help people feed their families during quarantine, cooking out of Woods Hill Table’s kitchen in Concord. But the demand was off the …

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