Or should we say FAFQ (Frequently Asked Fajita Questions)

  • How many people will one pack feed?

    Each pack contains 2 servings, which can feed 1-4 humans, depending on how hungry they are and how you’re serving it.

  • How much does a single pack feed?

    • 1 Ultra marathoner (or hungry teenager)
    • 2 Regular adult humans (who have maybe done some yoga or gone for a light run)
    • 4 Small children (even the picky ones)

  • Are your meats gluten free?

    Yes. We chose to only use a dry rub on our meat instead of heavy marinades so we are able to use only organic, natural, gluten-free, non-GMO spices on our meats.

  • Do you use seed oils?

    We only use avocado oil when searing the meat.

  • Where can I see your ingredients and nutritional info?

    Ingredients and nutritional information can be found on each product page.

  • How long is the vacuum-sealed pack 
good for?

    We recommend freezing after 10 days as long as you keep cold during that time. We list a "Cook Date" and a "Freeze-By Date" on each package to help.

  • If I freeze my pack of meat, how should I prepare it?

    Let it defrost first, then prepare using the same method as normal (listed on our site).

  • Where do you ship?

    We currently ship anywhere in the great state of Texas. We’re working on expanding outside of our homestate soon — so sign up for our newsletter to stay turned for more locations.

  • How does shipping work?

    Our food is packaged fresh (never frozen) so deliveries will arrive within two days. However, processing times may be 1-2 business days after placing your order. You will receive shipping and tracking notifications after processing.

  • Do you cater?

    Yes. Shoot us an email to find out more. We typically only cater events where we can cook on site and build fires! Feel free to contact us with questions.

  • Do you deliver?

    We are currently not delivering, but are shipping.

  • How "Local" are you?

    Chef Breck was born in Austin, raised in Austin and lives here now. There is nowhere else on earth that he would choose to raise a family and start a business. He went to Cook and Govalle Elementary schools, Burnett Middle School and Lanier High School. He left for a few years to attend Texas Tech university, then returned after graduation. Him and his wife are now raising their three daughters in the best city in the world.

  • What does "Comal" mean?

    The word “Comal” means a lot to us. In Austin, it’s a street. In central Texas, it’s a river. In cooking, it’s go-to tortilla equipment. But the real inspiration for our name is a play on “Come All.” We’re here to bring people together. Or greater purpose is to strengthen communities and live full, meaningful lives. It’s not just “fajita night,” it's time spent together.