Responding to Changing Times
In 1965, a woman from Phoenix walked into the New York City office of the New York State Restaurant Association to discuss the idea of no-smoking sections in restaurants.
Zing Zang is an uncommon name for a most delicious Bloody Mary mix. Even without the bright green label and their name emblazoned boldly upon it, this is seriously good stuff, worthy of your most expensive vodka, gin or tequila.
Wine Accessories That Let Your Wine Breathe!
In the world of wine it seems it’s all about the accessories—fancy wine glasses, ice buckets and ornate bottle stoppers to name a few.
TFS Stirred, not Shaken Please!
I initially started working in the restaurant industry because of Chef Wylie Dufresne. I was introduced to him by his previous Pastry Chef, Sam Mason. One night when I shook Wylie’s hand, I noticed his tennis elbow brace and demonstrated a move that helps unload the tension in the elbow by mobilizing a joint. We have been friends ever since.
March Metro New York Mixology
Roll up… Roll up for the Mystery Tour croons John Lennon… And on this sweet note and closely approaching cold front from the west, my palate quickens and my thirst becomes ever present.
Why The Internet Is Not Cheaper
We all have the tendency to go on line and look for the best price, but what we see is not what we think we will get. Or how we will get it.
Kingsborough Community College Welcomes City High School Students For C-CAP Winter Chefs Hands-On Culinary Experience
During the coldest days in February, Kingsborough Community College warmly welcomed students on-campus from high schools throughout the five boroughs for Winter Chefs, a week-long, hands-on culinary experience in partnership with the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), Kingsborough Community College, and College Now.
Better in Brooklyn
It’s the city’s largest borough, and for many its most romantic, with some broad boulevards, beautiful brownstones and a stunning made-for-the-movies view of Manhattan at Brooklyn Heights Promenade.
Why Cross Training And Creating Redundancy In Your Restaurant Staff Is Crucial To Success
As we discussed in A Well Trained Staff is Your Secret Weapon: “People run your business and your business is only as good as your people."
Why Restaurants Need Public Relations
Whenever I meet with a new restaurant client the first question I usually get is what can you do for our business? The answer is a lot. There are so many ways public relations can help food businesses, much more than meets the eye. Here are just a handful:
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