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Nibbles of Tidbits Anyone?

Posted on May 25, 2008 at 1:42am 1 Comment

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At 9:00pm on April 19, 2012, Jitender Singh said…

Hi Shelly. This is Jitender Singh

I am looking for the views of people from different nationality on the current trends  and services which differentiate fine dining restaurant  from others.

I Will be very glad if you share your views

At 10:20am on January 15, 2009,
Carlos Calderon
Wow Shelly, this is a great find for me. I hope to use your services for my future proposals. Great!
At 9:51am on October 29, 2008,
Domenic D
hello shelly how is the Restaurant industry in Calif..and is the economical scenario affecting at all ?? Thnx much ciao !!!
At 2:46pm on August 31, 2008, Alfredo Nasti Jr said…
Hello Shelly,
I hope all is well. I do not know if you recall but you helped me out on some labeling issues about 6 months ago. We met through Dean Hughes in San Francisco. If you get a moment please visit the web site

At 11:05am on May 17, 2008,
Stephen J Serva Dei

Welcome to the food and beverage network that spans all the continents and puts you a mouse click away from one of the best reserves of knowledge of the business there is...
At 11:26am on May 13, 2008,
Doug Bond
Are you based in Taiwan? If so, I am so jealous because you are so close to the best dumpling place in the world (in my humble opinion). Din Tai Fung (probably spelled wrong) is one of my absolute favorite authentic food destinations on the planet. When I was doing international work, I would fly an extra leg and spend an extra night on the road just to have dumplings there.
At 3:43pm on May 12, 2008, Adam R. Cox said…
Hi there:

Congratulations on joining an awesome community of Foodies, Restaurateurs and other Culinary Professionals!

There is so much to learn and do. I highly encourage you to join groups, submit photos, videos, songs. Also, to create and comment on discussions and blogs! Another great feature is working up your own profile! It is a lot of fun!

I guarantee that you will make friends and learn a few tips/tricks that will help grown your business.

I joined on January 11th, 2008 and learn something everyday. I have also made several friends!

I encourage you to join the Pacific Northwest Food Group as well as Talent Revolution & Leadership Groups.

You can also add all your new friends to your profile! (I have sent a request to you, please add me.)

IF you have any questions, please let me know.
At 9:45am on May 12, 2008, Andy Swingley said…
Hello Shelly! Welcome to the Network. This is an awesome place for building relationships and insight on the business!

Check out the Leadership group on the front page for some awesome Best Practices. We are having a contest that starts Wednesday in the group that can earn you $100 to your favorite restaurant and 10,000 points on the site.

Let me know if you need any assistance with the site!

At 8:47pm on May 11, 2008, David Dodson said…
Welcome, interesting. I used to live in Taiwan, good food. Now I do concept development in San Francisco.
At 8:40am on May 11, 2008, peter Kazalas said…
Hi Shelly
- Welcome! Nice to get to network with people from all aspects of the restaurant industry.
Peter Kazalas




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