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At 10:49am on June 27, 2010, Tanya Gagnon said…
Hi, Thanks for connecting. Hope you enjoy your trip here next weekend. I look forward to getting to know you here :)
At 10:09am on April 26, 2010,
Non-Operator
Sandra Mallut
said…
would love to talk with you when you have the time I hope to hear from you. Thank you
At 7:04pm on February 18, 2010, Sarah said…
Mr Kingman! Thanks for your engagements with the new members, I love how you've suggested groups for them to join. Have a great weekend!

Best,
Sarah
At 11:24am on February 11, 2010, Howard Appell said…
Jeffrey, that would be great. You can send it to howard@trnusa.com. Thanks
At 6:53am on February 11, 2010, Doug Golden said…
Jeffrey - thanks for the connection! I really enjoy reading your posts.
At 12:13pm on February 6, 2010, Carl Muth said…
Hey Jeffrey,
I have a lot of free resources on my website that are excellent for start-up restaurant operations. I have a section of my web (Restaurant Operations) that goes into detail about what it takes to open a restaurant.

Carl Muth
cmuth@FoodServiceResource.com
www.FoodServiceResource.com
Friend me on Facebook Facebook/FoodServiceResource
Follow me on Twitter http://Twitter.com/restoexpert
At 6:20pm on February 5, 2010,
Non-Operator
Paul Paz
said…
Jeffrey...
what a handsome new pic of you!
:-)
Paul
At 10:38pm on February 3, 2010, Sara Spivey said…
That's the one and only :) We be battledish partners.
At 10:09pm on February 3, 2010, Sara Spivey said…
Thanks Jeffrey! Been following you on twitter for a while :)
Tracy finally convinced me to start building community here - seems like a wonderful resource.
Look forward to connecting with you.
-Sara
At 10:19am on January 20, 2010, Leah said…
Hello Oh Great Teacher of mine! :) I finally made it to FOHBOH...although...I am still working on the profile. Thanks again for all the insight! TTYS
At 2:32pm on January 19, 2010, Bill Baumgartner said…
Hello Jeffrey,

I would appreciate your comments on my latest post,
"Accepting Differences."

Bill
At 1:54pm on December 17, 2009, Jill McFarland said…
Hello Jeffrey!

Been coming to FohBoh for a while. Not sure how I went so long without signing up. Glad to be here now!

Jill
At 3:16pm on November 15, 2009, Brett Bartlett said…
Hey Jeffrey you are def on top of the social media world. I was wondering if you had any recommendations regarding different bloggers or social networks that focus on Social Media in the restaurant industry.

I love how you are always trying to open up peoples eyes to the advantages of successful social media marketing.

Keep fighting the good fight.

People need to understand the new marketing is relationship based, not unique sales pitches.

Take care,
Brett
At 10:32am on November 11, 2009, Tracy Lee said…
thanks! :)
At 10:26am on November 11, 2009, Tracy Lee said…
hey there. :) just sayin hi! :)
At 9:34pm on October 12, 2009, Tom Minella said…
Thanks Jeff, glad to be here on FOHBOH.
At 6:33pm on October 6, 2009, Dave R said…
PS: Don't worry about the smoker. I "convinced" the hotel to replace it!!! I'm STILL SMOKIN !!! :-)
At 6:30pm on October 6, 2009, Dave R said…
Hi Jeff, There's really NO discusion. IT'S CHIR-EESSE. Capeesh!?! Or are you calling Fahvas "Fah-vess" It's Fah vish" or if from New Yak it's "Ca soyla" it's "cah-cerla". Shall we continue. OH! and yes, I miss our discussions about digitally getting your recipes and "goods cost" live. Pity we didn't get a chance to persue that further. Perhaps we can do that here?

PS: "Snasauges" are for dogs. Not for a good portagee !!!! :-)
At 6:06pm on October 6, 2009, Dave R said…
Ecellent!!!! That means we can continue our "discussion" about the pronounciation of "Chizo" or "Chirico" It's a POTUGUESE sausage and thus pronounced "cher-eese" NOT chirZO. :-). Now, Let's discuss linguica!!! Will you pronounce it "linguiZA"? ... This is great. We can discuss this in public and get some independant opinions!!! HI JEFF !!
At 10:02pm on October 5, 2009, Libby Tucker-beer2buds/promobomb said…
Great video on your site, Jeffrey! Everyone should watch it, some powerful statistics. Social Media really is incomprehensible, faster than anything we've ever seen and truly a shift in human communication. Great info!

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