Nancy is not negative. In fact, Nancy's been working tirelessly to bring krok out into the world. Since she started helping her mother at the Thai Temple, Nancy has developed a fondness for these little coconut treats. Now she's made it her mission to introduce krok and Thai culture to the greater community. It's not been easy - starting a business never is - but she's managed to stay positive through the years. She loves meeting people and talking food and travel, but she'll never give away the Recipe.
Erika had been working in kitchens for a few years. Then she decided to quit because she wanted to be a writer again. But she missed cooking, especially making desserts, so she went back into the kitchen. This time, she's the boss lady (except when Nancy's the boss lady, which happens when Erika's not the boss lady), and she's learning how to run this business. She also works in a bookstore (Eastwind Books of Berkeley, come and visit!) so she's not too far away from her writing.
Pablo is five and he likes to sleep. His favorite kanom krok flavor is cinnamon. He loves barking and wrestling with Richard. And women. He loves women.
Richard is two and he is bursting with energy. He throws up every single time he's in the car. He loves all the kanom krok flavors. He claims East Oakland as his hometown.