I just have to pass this one on to you! An eatery in the Washing state town of Poulsbo is offering a “Well Behaved Kids” discount to family dining groups. Now, that’s just about the most creative restaurant marketing innovation I’ve heard of in years!
The prime cause of Food Borne Illness (FBI), at home and in the foodservice industry, is the passing of bacteria or other pathogens to clean, safe foods from uncooked or improperly-prepared foods.
Alright, now, class. Repeat after me: “WUSS-tur-shur”. Very Good! That’s the way it’s supposed to be pronounced. There is no “Chester” (or “Cester”) in “Worcestershire”. The quirky condiment is actually named after the County in England in which it is said to have been invented.
Sticky situations demand slick solutions. Or, at least, some kind of… release! There are a number of ways to ensure that your favourite dishes don’t stick when you try to take them out of the pan, each appropriate to the pan you’re working with.
Mary Poppins was right! A spoonful of sugar does help the medicine go down! Or, as in the tale that follows, a bowlful of frosting. That’s what Laurel, a fifteen-year-old U.S. high school senior, recently banked on when she pondered the pitfalls of various ways to come out to her parents as lesbian…
Vinaigrettes form a large family of dressings that all have four things in common: Oil, a sour component (such as Vinegar, Dry Wine or Citrus Juice), a sweet component and an emulsifier.