Like it or not, fall is here, (pretty much, let's not get technical about it, okay?). We all know what that means -- hot apple cider, digging out your sweaters from the back of the closet, and people going on and on about how much they love pumpkin spice lattes.
I was watching the news today and saw a story about Soylent. Soylent is a powdered food substitute that was discovered by Rob Rhinehart. Rob complains he just doesn't have time to cook meals and eat, so he came up with this powdered substitute that he can just mix and drink.
When we think of doughnuts, flavors such as sugar, jelly or custard come to mind. If we were to be particularly adventurous, we might venture into the realm of sprinkles or maybe even coconut. The Holy Donut in Portland, Maine, however, has trampled over expectations in their latest item which will …
The restaurant biz is super competitive, which is why standing out from every other place is a key compenent to success. Of course a good restaurant should have great food, but first impressions (aka the kind that happen before you even walk into an establishment) are often overlooked. This is where…
We're all entitled to our own opinions, but food is arguably the best part of any holiday. See, eating our way through this sort of celebration is an automatic win-win-- we're happy, our stomach's are happy, everyone's happy.
We've all made mistakes. We've all had to eat a zucchini for lunch. Like, just a zucchini. But some of us are capable of learning from our mistakes. Others...not so much. Admire these awful lunch fails and hope that it is never you. Never again.
Have you ever gone to a restaurant and agonized over how much of a tip to leave? Well, an eatery in New York City has decided to save you the trouble by completely eliminating tips and paying staff salary plus benefits instead.