0

Back to photo galleries

Southern hospitality a long way from home

photo thumbnail

For their 44th wedding anniversary, Gabriel and Joy Daigle, owners of Mom & Pops Sandwiches, bought matching wedding rings expressing their strong Christian faith. Photo by Shawn McHugh

photo thumbnail

James Earley, left, walks out with a smile after eating lunch while Della McAndrew, middle, sips on a milkshake in a booth. At the counter, Ashley Bishop and Cody Palmer settle up at Mom & Pops Sandwiches in Craig. Photo by Shawn McHugh

photo thumbnail

Gabriel Daigle spears a slab of beef brisket while making a sandwich Friday at Mom & Pop’s. Daigle prides himself on the consistency of the meat he cooks, “You can eat our brisket tomorrow and a month from tomorrow and they will taste the exact same,” he said. Photo by Shawn McHugh

photo thumbnail

Joy Daigle makes a milk shake Friday at Mom & Pop’s. Daigle makes her own vanilla syrup to give her milkshakes a homemade touch. Photo by Shawn McHugh

photo thumbnail

Gabriel Daigle cuts a loaf of bread for a sandwich Friday at Mom & Pop’s. Daigle picks up fresh loaves of bread every morning before work. Photo by Shawn McHugh

photo thumbnail

Joy Daigle takes an order from Chet Harvey, middle left, Nate Chapman, middle right, and Mark Dockstater on Friday at Mom & Pop’s. The group of Moffat County High School students said it’s their favorite lunch spot in town. Photo by Shawn McHugh

Comments

Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Requires free registration

Posting comments requires a free account and verification.