All Blog Posts Tagged 'day' (24)


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Happy 4th of July from everyone at FOHBOH!

The team at FOHBOH would like to wish all of our valued members a happy and safe 4th of July. Today is a truly wonderful day, and we hope all who celebrate it do so with friends and family - and we hope they get to enjoy some good food, too!

For anyone who has to travel today, even if it is a short distance, please remember to do so safely and to never drink and drive.

Happy Independence Day!

Added by FohBoh on July 4, 2013 at 11:44am — No Comments


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Nourishing Mondays: Grilled Chipotle-Corn Salad

Reported by foodem.com, the online wholesale food marketplace-

Summertime is rapidly approaching. It's time to pull out the grill, invite a few friends and family over, and show off your grilling skills.

If you’ve ever noticed, most of the time there are plenty of meats and meat alternatives to choose from, but often…

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Added by Foodem on June 17, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments


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Best Days to Post on Facebook by Industry

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by ERIC MELIN on JANUARY 8, 2013 [reposted from Spiral16]

When is the…

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Added by FohBoh on January 10, 2013 at 12:49pm — 1 Comment


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STONEFIRE GRILL SEARCHES FOR SO-CAL SUPER DADS ON TWITTER

Has your dad overcome adversity and gone the extra mile to provide a better life for you? Do you know a single father who puts in overtime so that his kids can continue with piano lessons?  Perhaps you know someone who has taken on the role of father for his many grandkids. Or he's coping with a physical ailment and still able to put food on the table.  This Father’s Day, Stonefire Grill is conducting a search for Super Dads across the southland who go above and beyond the call of duty. To…

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Added by Groff-Hinman on May 14, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments

3 Last-Minute Ideas to Promote Mother's Day

Here's my quick list of how to capture some Mother's Day traffic for your restaurant:

1. This Saturday - Head to the ball fields. Arm yourself with a little lemonade and about 200 flyers. Talk up that brunch and get Mother's Day brunch plans in the minds of the soccer, t-ball and baseball parents. 

2. Hit the neighborhood. Visit your neighboring businesses to hand out some sweet desserts, a few menus/flyers and spread the word. Try salons, day spas, dry cleaners and…

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Added by Amanda Brandon on May 2, 2012 at 2:51pm — No Comments

Serving the Community & Enjoying Ourselves

There is an unbelievable amount of activity in the bagel shop recently. We’ve had several break downs of equipment so I haven’t made the time to sit and write. I’ve been out and about big time, from the roof to inside the oven. No joke. I wish I took a picture from the roof. I do not want to go back up:)



Steve, from…

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Added by Mary Beall Adler on June 9, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

I've Gotta Feeling That Today's Gonna Be a Good Day!



Ever since Bill aka @culturedude and Susan @culturebabe brought this video to my attention I've been playing it to launch every session I do and sometimes just to start or energize my day.



It reminds me of a concept Kathleen Wood, who provides growth strategies to Leaders and Businesses has been working with us on called "The Power of… Continue

Added by Amanda Hite on February 9, 2010 at 4:28am — 1 Comment


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Clever Bar Promotion:Shred Your Ex!

Bar Louie in Columbus have a great head turning talking point of a promotion on at the moment. Ignoring the usual love fest that is taken advantage of by every other bar and restaurant, they have instead decided to focus on the demographic without a significant other!



Makes a lot of sense! Will be checking it out to see the results they got with it and will keep you posted!…



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Added by Barry Chandler on February 7, 2010 at 10:01pm — No Comments


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Need a Question Answered About Your Business?

Over the last seven days more than 1400 bars and restaurants followed the 7 Day Roadmap to a Profitable 2010. Amazing action has been taken by an amazing group of hospitality business owners. I have been inundated with questions about various parts of the program, so I have decided to use video to answer all of your questions.



You might have a question about Twitter for your bar, or you might want to know… Continue

Added by Barry Chandler on January 17, 2010 at 10:04pm — No Comments

Before you could say farm-to-the-table, there was my daddy

My daddy, never dad or father but daddy, loved to grow vegetables that along with fishing were his joys. I can’t rant and rave about his cooking skills, he could ruin a steak or burger on the grill in a New York minute but he could grow veggies. It was never one variety of tomatoes it was plum, big boy, cherry, yellow and other varieties or the cucumbers were the regular ones you know from salads, pickling cucumbers and lemon cucumbers. Corn and peppers, you name he grew it, out in our backyard… Continue

Added by Dara Bunjon on June 21, 2009 at 7:09am — No Comments

The Next Social Media Marathon. Something special for FohBoh

Hey FohBoh friends,



I wanted to thank each of you that participated in our Friend Appreciation Day last week. The day was about building deeper online line connection's (like the one's here at fohboh) through Random Acts of Awesomeness.



There were some really rad and genuine Video Shout Outs recorded. For many of the video stars it was their first time ever recording a… Continue

Added by Amanda Hite on April 14, 2009 at 6:06am — 3 Comments

UPDATE: Random Acts of Awesomeness DAY. Confessions of an Serial Networker.

This is the video we started the day with.



And this is what happened:



Here is the link of all the Video blogs from our 12 hour marathon the VIDEO SHOUT OUTS

AND RANDOM ACTS OF AWESOMENESS THAT TOOK PLACE YESTERDAY





Previous Original Post:



Confessions of an Serial Networker



Hanging out in online communities, meeting… Continue

Added by Amanda Hite on April 7, 2009 at 8:33am — 19 Comments


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Real Roots Irish Isn't Corned Beef - It's Hedgehog

Archeological evidence shows nomadic people in what we now call Ireland over 8,000 years ago, with agricultural development beginning in the Ceide fields of Mayo County aronnd 3,000 later.



A History of Irish Cuisine at Ravensgard .org relates the following:



If any attempt is made to record the history of Irish Cuisine and diet it should start with the use of the cauldron a large three legged pot which was… Continue

Added by Paul Green on March 17, 2009 at 2:25am — No Comments

It's Cherry Thing-a-Ling Day in Batesville!



Every year for the past 40+ years, the Schmidt family bakery in Batesville, Indiana has produced these unique cherry delights called Cherry Thing-a-lings™. Thing-a-lings have an almost cult-like following with shipments being requested months in advance.





It started out to honor George Washington and his fondness for all things, well, cherry. Clem Schmidt, founder and owner… Continue

Added by Michael L. Atkinson on February 15, 2009 at 10:44am — 2 Comments

Playing hooky

Just wanted to take the time to give a shout-out to all the fantastic members of the restaurant industry who braved the frigid conditions to go into work today.



Outside my window, a blanket of snow 12 inches deep covers the ground. All area schools are closed today, as well as many doctor’s offices and day care centers. People don’t expect their kids to have school today, and many have opted to work from home rather than endure the freezing temperatures, slick roads and mounds of… Continue

Added by Dani on January 28, 2009 at 12:10pm — No Comments

2009 BE the CHANGE you wish to see.

It was the week before the election. I left Lexington, KY and made my way to Dayton, OH. The gang was late. I waited anxiously, texting to confirm ETA's and yelling for Nicole to hurry up. Slowly but surely the crew arrived and, finally, Nicole strolled out looking like "Obama Girl"…



Including bright blue heels.



I asked, "You sure you want to wear those shoes??!! Then, I decided to drop it. We were late and I figured what the hell, maybe it will work to our… Continue

Added by Amanda Hite on January 20, 2009 at 6:45am — 1 Comment

How will you staff your restaurant this year? Take this poll to find out.

So, what's it going to be this year? Friends and family at your home or their home? Or, going out and avoiding the dishes? It's a terrible day to start your new diet!



Take this poll and we'll share the results. Should be interesting to see how best to staff your restaurant.



Happy Thanksgiving!…



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Added by Michael L. Atkinson on November 19, 2008 at 11:52am — No Comments

Beyond Voting: Government is Everyone's Every Day Responsibility

Hello FohBoh, it's been a while.



It's really been an incredible and exciting year on so many levels it defies description. For me, one of the most important developments was the financial collapse on Wall Street and the subsequent outrage by the American People.



I think this year, our electorate has been energized like never before with the potential candidacy of Hillary Clinton and the candidacies of "celebrity" politicians like Barack Obama and Sarah Palin. And for those… Continue

Added by Matt Urdan on November 4, 2008 at 6:48am — 3 Comments

World Food Day

The La Vida Locavore blog brought a very important matter to my attention: Today is World Food Day.



According to the event Web site, ‘World Food Day, October 16th, is a worldwide event designed to increase awareness, understanding and informed, year-around action to alleviate hunger.’ This year’s… Continue

Added by restaurantdotorg on October 16, 2008 at 9:39am — No Comments


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What it is like being a new employee.

The quote below came from a new employee at a convenience store. She say a lot in one sentence. And we wonder why new employees quit at the end of the first day.



"Be nice to the trainee. Yes, they suck at working the register. Yes they have no clue what they are doing. Yes they are probably slowing down your busy life. But please understand that being a trainee suck, and knowing you suck...will it sucks."



Learn about how you need to treat new employees.… Continue

Added by Mel Kleiman on September 24, 2008 at 7:00am — 2 Comments

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