If you’re a restaurant owner, it’s something you never want to see. A fly in your fruit salad. A cockroach scuttling under the stove. Mouse droppings on a shelf.
Let’s face it. We’re used to getting our coffee in a black place with a lot of wood and glass and easy chairs, from people in green aprons and a lady with flowing long hair inside a green circle somewhere up high.
One hundred and sixty philanthropic New Yorkers indulged in an exquisite, truffle-themed, late-winter menu at three Michelin-starred restaurant DANIEL this evening – raising $828,000 to support Citymeals-on-Wheels in its mission to provide a continuous lifeline of nutritious food and human company to 18,000 of the city’s homebound elderl
Reducing energy costs is always important for foodservice operations. But what good is a lower bill if your dishes still aren’t clean?
When most customers go to a restaurant, they’re interested of course in the obvious, the food and the service. But Robert Rogal thinks there’s another very important piece of the puzzle that restaurants need to think about. And that’s art.
LuLu & Me: Help Your Needy Neighbor Program Announced By Proprietors Karen Fohrhaltz Miele And Michael Miele With Holy Apostles Church Food Pantry To Receive 5 Percent Of Sunday And Monday Food Sales
Dominique Ansel Surprises Guests with his World Famous Cookie Shots to Kick-Off Live Auction
At the heart of theLatino market in the tri-state New York Metropolitan area, the "Worldof the Latino Cuisine: El Mundo de la Cocina Latina, a food productsand beverage trade show, will showcase products from Latin America andthe Caribbean on September 17-18, 2014, at the Meadowlands Expo Centerin the New York/New Jersey market.
1 in 5 children in the US are food deprived. Share our Strength® is the largest non-profit tackling this issue and Easy Ice is helping to raise money through Taste of the Nation events.