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By NATALIE GORSUCH
Williamsburg Correspondent 

Country Cookin' in the Cove

Sisters Launch Food Truck Business

 

Natalie Gorsuch

Two Clappertown sisters have launched a food-truck venture. The idea for the truck was sparked when the pair's cousin got married and they were asked to cater the event. Their service eventually evolved into helping friends with cooking needs and the Sandy Trail Riding Club, which is close to the sisters' hearts. "We just did it for fun," Wisecarver said. What's fun is now a business that can be found Saturdays at Long's Tire in Martinsburg.

"There's nothing like Mom's cooking."

This quote has often been spoken, but two Clappertown sisters, are really hoping to change that quote to, "There's nothing like Sisters' Country Cooking."

The self-proclaimed "Negley Girls" – Sondra Wisecarver and Sue Negley-Martz – recently opened their food truck, Sisters' Country Cookin', in the middle of March, and the pair have been rolling ever since.

The venture began when the pair's cousin got married and they were asked to cater the event. Their service eventually evolved into helping friends with cooking needs and the Sandy Trail Riding C...



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