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And Family

Supporting our community is the “why” behind what
we do. It’s an added bonus that we benefit from the
farms’ fresh produce that contributes to protecting
our local economy and environment. Our family-inspired recipes and farm fresh produce is what makes your
experience special each time you visit. 

hamm farm


Cullman, Ala

Dwight has been farming for over 18 years and grows the delicious tomatoes, eggplant and bell peppers found in our salads, soups and roasted vegetables. You can spot Dwight on
I-65 between Birmingham  and Cullman in his iconic Toyota Tacoma.

Harvest Farm

Cullman, Ala

Trent Boyd and his family provide the strawberries for our delicious Housemade Strawberry Lemonade.  He provides approximately 1000 gallons of strawberries every spring that UC purees and freezes to provide local strawberries in our lemonade 
year-round. The Boyd family grows over 40 vegetables and 8 fruits on their farm and also provide Urban Cookhouse with delicious local broccoli. 

Harvest Farm

Smitherman Farm


Clanton, Ala

Smitherman Farm provides cherry tomatoes, squash, zucchini and corn to Urban Cookhouse. You can find their produce in our salads, soups and roasted vegetables. Josh has been farming since 5th grade and loves providing for his family in this way.  

eagles' wings

Tuscaloosa, Ala

Eagles' Wings is a non-profit agency that provides day habilitation services for adults with  developmental disabilities. Jerry and Sandra Pike founded Eagles' Wings Inc. in honor of their son,  Joey, who suffers with severe disabilities. Urban Cookhouse has teamed up with Eagles' Wings to receive “Joey’s Finest” romaine lettuce. Joey is  one of the many faces and blessings of Eagles' Wings.  

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Millie Ray & Sons

Birmingham, Ala

All it took was one taste of the delicious Millie Rays Orange Rolls to know that they would be the perfect complement to Urban Cookhouse salads and Fork & Knife plates. Urban Cookhouse was Millie Rays' very first customer. Millie Rays supplies rolls to all UC locations

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Sherry Snyder

Tuscaloosa, Ala

Sherry is the creator of our famous Brown Sugar Brownies and also the mother of our founder, David Snyder. David grew up eating his mother’s brownies for birthdays, church functions,

and everyday occasions. He credits his mother for teaching him most of what he knows about cooking.



Coker, Ala

PawPaw Snyder spent college football Saturdays teaching his grandson how to cook and smoke meat with wood and charcoal under an old pecan tree in Coker, AL. Pawpaw also taught

his grandsons how to grow a garden and use

its harvest to prepare a delicious meal.

His grandson is our founder, David Snyder,

who was inspired to include wood-fired meats and farm fresh produce as a staple of the menu at Urban Cookhouse. PawPaw is pictured here with his great-granddaughter Ruby.


tomaino Family

Red Bank, New Jersey

Ralph Tomaino came to the United States in the early 1900’s in pursuit of the American Dream. He opened his first business in Red Bank, NJ. Ralph had four children, 3 of them pictured here. From left, Josephine, Alphonso, and Pasquale Tomaino. Pasquale went on to become the grandfather of our co-founder, Andrea Snyder. Inspiration for Urban Cookhouse came from
this photo given to Andrea by Alphonso aka “Uncle Funzi” who passed away at the age of 102. years old.

Tomaino Family
Colored Eggs

BDA Farm

Uniontown, AL

BDA Farm is located on 6,000+ organic acres in the Alabama Black Belt. They have over 2,000 chickens. Their hens are pasture raised, providing a clean, fresh area for them to live. Their happy hens get to dig around in the dirt,
lay out in the sun or beneath the shade of the trees, breathe fresh air and forage for healthy food as a substantial part of their diet.


Farm & Apiary

Gordo, AL

Ernie and Amanda both come from a long line of farmers in Fayette and Pickens County. At their farm, they raise their chickens as naturally as possible to give their customers the best and freshest eggs. Their farm also has goats, ducks, pigs, bees and cows. 

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