Golda Sumpon has become applied to devoted macaron-fans knocking on the doorway of her professional kitchen area in The Colony, hunting for weekday fixes of her handmade treats.
With Sumpon set to open a retail site for the French delicacies she’s been selling at Frisco Clean Current market considering that 2019, all those weekday treats will now be on the menu.
The previous IT executive, who invested more than 20 decades traveling the environment for world wide groups at Hewlett-Packard and Dun & Bradstreet, is producing fantastic on a guarantee she designed to herself yrs back.
“I’ve usually beloved and experienced a enthusiasm for cooking and baking,” Sumpon mentioned. “But immediately after traveling for work pretty a bit, I mentioned, ‘I’m accomplished.’”
Sumpon got a culinary diploma at Collin Faculty in Frisco and then started off promoting her handmade macarons, motivated by her throughout the world travels and indigenous Sri Lanka, at the farmers market place.
Her versions are scratch-built delicacies with large-excellent ingredients.
”Nothing arrives from a jar,” Sumpon stated, introducing, as an case in point, that her pistachio macarons attribute imported Italian nuts.
“Customers appreciate them,” Sumpon mentioned, so a great deal that her industrial kitchen area, located at 7552 Major St. in The Colony, is now breaking off into a retail space, possibly as quickly as next thirty day period, she mentioned.
“[They] have been coming right here unofficially,” she reported. “They did not want to wait right up until the farmers market place only on the weekend.”
The brick and mortar will be open each and every working day, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and offer you counter company for Ollio Foodstuff’ principal attraction, these macarons, as nicely as chocolate croissants, six diverse forms of cookies and other pastries.
Sumpon’s partner, who owns Dallas Star Vending, will pull double duty serving to her, alongside her 3 little ones, she claims.
“It’s a all-natural changeover for me,” Sumpon mentioned of bringing her all over the world inspiration to The Colony.