About the Company
Thirty five years ago, a marriage, a move across the country and a pregnancy inspired Personalized Cuisine, (now the Weekender). A few years later, a warning from the public health department and with a loan from Aunt Ethel, Jennie built her first commissary on Robertson Boulevard.
The Double Dutch restaurant in Culver City followed in 1998, and then, the need to retreat. She closed the Dutch in 2008, right before the Great Depression, and happily opened the Fletcher Commissary where she is today, three miles from her home.
A community builder, Jennie often opens the Shoppe for Preservation Sessions, Valentine’s making, nectarine put-ups, Nibbles & Sips, (client cocktail parties) and of course, Make it and Take it, the Pie party for one hundred plus pie-makers the Sunday before Thanksgiving.
The past decade has been filled with celebrating weddings and milestones with her forever clients. Sadly, parties and private gatherings have been put on hold until such time that it can be done safely. Currently, the company is safely producing breakfast, lunch and dinner for on-set productions, their first love.