Voice of the Restaurant Industry
Earlier this week during an in-office conversation about America’s obesity epidemic (these conversations happen a lot at FoodCALC) I was reminded of a Time Magazine article from a few years ago that really struck me. I handed the article off to my colleague Lara Baldwin who also had some of my similar thoughts on the matter I thought I’d share them with you:
Childhood obesity is a hot topic these days, and it seems that…Continue
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2-3 times a week I make the trip a few hundred feet from my office to Katzingers Deli for my lunch. The deli is an Ohio Landmark steeped in history and for my two cents serves up the best sandwiches in town.
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I had an important talk with a cook the other day. What struck me the most was that she has probably never heard what I had to say from anyone else.
For the last few years I have been writing about my industry here at Eggbeater. In some ways I have made guesses based on previous experience, current experiences and what other cooks and chefs have told me the last few years. But it was not until I began…Continue
Losing it in 2008
Reprinted from TRN Janury 2008
Trying to write this column for the January issue I had the choice to look back and reflect on 2007 or look forward to 2008. The past cannot be changed no matter how much we would like to, so I guess the choice is look forward with the knowledge of the past as a guidepost.
Sometimes a topic for…Continue
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Teenagers will be given compulsory cooking lessons at school for the first time, under…Continue