by Kevin Allman
The banana pie comes from Golden Meadow, La. and has a story behind it:
I was checking out at the store and the manager cut infront of me with a cordless phone and said to someone we only have two left, I looked at her then the pie's and said I want them, she then told the person "sorry someone just bought them" now thier are none to be found anywhere's
Meanwhile, the Bowman and Ramsey families, who own the landmark bakery that burned down this morning, have released the following message to New Orleans:
On behalf of the Hubig's Pies family we would like to thank everyone for all of the love and support we have received throughout the years and during this difficult time. The abundant amount of thoughts, prayers, and strength that is being sent our way during this time is much appreciated. We are blessed to be part of such a resilient community and we send our immense gratitude to all of the first responders who "put this out with their tears." We will continue to update you on our progress. "REBUILD RESTORE REHUBIG'S, WE WILL NOT LOSE OUR FLAVOR!"
With Love, The Bowman and Ramsey Families.
It is unbelievable the amount of love that has been coming our way. We are truly blessed to have such loyal customers. Per all of your requests, we have contacted our t-shirt supplier and Hubig's Pies shirts are being made as we speak. You can place orders now and we will get them sent to all of you as soon as we possibly can. Again, we thank you for all of your heart warming thoughts and kind words.