Cookers 8ft. Pizza -
Mobile Wood-Fired Pizza Hondo,
"Where the Toppings
Dirt Road Cookers Mission is to have
fun. We take our pizza cooking seriously. If
we can help people along the way - even
better. Some things are better than money.
Faith, family, children, health and 8 foot
Book a pizza party and you will see.
Check our calendar
and maybe join us sometime. We invite the
public to events.
Contact us for the next event.
Dirt Road Cookers History began
Dirt Road Cookers Logo story is
interesting. There are many different
meanings in our logo.
Have you ever rolled into a town that you have never
been to before and change their lives in a single day.
This is not the main goal of the company but it is
usually the outcome by the time our job is done. Our
main goal is to feed the crowd or party, with a variety
of pizza flavors on one pizza pie. Our main goals are to
entertain people watching us do our job, expand dreams
of young mind by letting them become involved, and we
give individuals an opportunity to be a part of
something that is bigger than themselves. We are The
Dirt Road Cookers and were asked to attend the Kolache
Fest in Hallettsville, TX, they were interested in our
idea of larger pizzas but they wanted a large kolache
for their festival. On the day of the event, we showed
up as strangers, as we set up we noticed everyone was
expecting us. Starting my job off with a pizza; I had
gained the help of a few young teenagers, the first
being Hunter, within the first few minutes. These kids
made the entire pizza without my help, I couldnít help
but smile. These kids came together as a team and made
an eight foot pizza for the town. After cooking, handing
out all the slices, and a few interviews, we decided to
start on their kolache. This was defiantly team effort
between two companies. After about an hour or two the
dough was finally stretched to size, and the topping
went on. This was the point when I started to worry, the
oven was at the perfect temp but there was a storm cloud
close by. As soon as the kolache was put into the oven
it started to rain. As time went by, knowing that the
kolache that we have studied, worked on, and waited for,
for so long was being destroyed in front of us. The
whole town watched in silence, my heart dropped. After
about half the cooking time, somebody brought out a
canopy to cover and protect the kolache from any more
damage, it was put up in just seconds, and the town
cheered. We were able to finish cooking this monster of
a pastry, I asked Kayla if it was still edible, he
showed no response. It didnít matter if it was edible or
not we had to pull it out of the oven. The town came
together some carried the six foot kolache others
carried the canopy as if it was an umbrella. The whole
town stared at this soggy kolache in silence. Even
though it was soggy in parts I found a few spots that
were edible, I grabbed a piece, dipped it, ate it and
yelled dig in; the town cheered and followed the lead.
As tears of joy rolled down my face I felt the real
reason of starting this company.
Dirt Road Cookers team is tight.
There are 8 team members.