Patti LaBelle struck gold with her line of sweet potato pies, so now the Grammy-award winner is dabbling in another cuisine. According to reports, the 74-year-old legend will launch a line of frozen Chinese foods.
LaBelle reportedly partnered with Restaurateur Stratis Morfogen on the forthcoming line, which will be available in grocery stores nationwide.
Morfogen took to Instagram with LaBelle while at his New York restaurant Brooklyn Chop House to celebrate the merger and tease some of the foods that will be available for purchase.
“Love when my friend @mspattilabelle @suittnyc @donpoohmusic now our new partners in BCH GROCERS LLC comes’ to @brooklynchophouse for a surprise celebratory dinner on our new Co! Did someone in the frozen gourmet food section say ‘French Onion Soup, Pastrami, Bacon Cheeseburger & Lamb Gyro Dumplings?”
LaBelle’s venture into the culinary world isn’t farfetched. While LaBelle’s earned a living for her vocal prowess, she’s also known by family and celebrity friends for her cooking.
There’s no word on when the line will make its way to supermarkets, and which supermarkets will feature the frozen foods, but if LaBelle’s new venture is as tasty as the sweet potato pies, then…