Chih Lin and Mike Dorsey jumped in and left the oil and gas business in 2019 to pursue their passion. They started Du Dumpling Dudez, offering pre-baked dumplings, catering and dumpling making classes.
Dorsey said: “Dumplings are a family affair. “It brought people together. That’s what we wanted to do. It brought our family together, it brought our friends together and so we continue to try to bring everything together. It’s really how, you know, people feel when they finish one of our classes or after they eat our dumplings. me or when they interact with us online? That’s always the feeling we get and the community we’re trying to build with people through making dumplings.”
Dudez Dumplings offers a variety of meats and fillings, from traditional flavors to fun combinations, for everyone to choose from in their dumpling class. They can shape dumplings into anything from roses to Yoshi Eggs and Yodas.
They post many of their unique creations on Instagram, but also try to share their personal and business journeys with their followers.
“If you see us on social media, maybe only about 10 percent of the time we post about products,” says Lin. “The rest of the time is about our story. We want people to know you can be yourself, you can follow your passions and succeed in life.”
Throughout June, 50% of all proceeds from Dumpling Dudez’s Rainbow Store will benefit Montrose Center’s Hatch Youth program, which supports LGBTQ youth.
To know more about Du Dumpling Dudez, visit dumplingdudez.com
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