Nutella Buttercream Frosting and Cupcake Recipe

So if you were reading my previous blog post on balancing work life with culinary life, towards the end I mentioned how I made a this particular recipe for my husband. So, as promised here is my Nutella Buttercream Frosting recipe. Nutella Buttercream Frosting Yield: enough buttercream to frost 14 […]

Balancing Work Life with Culinary Life

I always loved cooking and baking, however, when it came to thinking of a “career”, the food industry was really not an option and so after high school, off I went to University to study History and Women’s Studies. It was not until later I began working full-time that I […]

Post Holiday Indulgence: Tips to get back on track

Alright… the diet starts tomorrow, I swear Famous last words, right? At one point or another, we’ve all heard ourselves say it. After that last bite of those holiday cookies, I swear I’m going go extra hard tomorrow. I’m going to get back on that diet. I’m going to give […]

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 30)

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 30) A quick, fun, and easy read on what happened today in the restaurant industry Not only is Shake Shack ready for an IPO but they are also launching the brand-new ShackMeister Burger, what is that you may ask, find out yourself…Read more here […]

Stuffed Meat Roast Rolls Recipe (Greek Style!)

A little bit of what I learned from trial and error, and a little bit from reading and plenty of taste tests is… I concocted my mini gourmet stuffed meat roast rolls. I just love creating, fancy and delish dishes for my family. A very easy dish even a novice […]

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 29)

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 29) A quick, fun, and easy read on what happened today in the restaurant industry And we are back from holidays, lets see what happened in the restaurant news world! The scrumptious burger joint, Shake Shack files for an IPO…Read more here Mrs. Fields, […]

5 Foods You Need to Try in Florida

A semi-tropical climate and 8,000 miles of glorious coastline means Florida is an open basket for seafood, citrus and tropical fruits. Here’s what should be on your plate in the Sunshine State. Oranges, Grapefruits and Limes With three-quarters of a million acres of citrus groves, Florida is the must-visit location […]

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 18)

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 18) A quick, fun, and easy read on what happened today in the restaurant industry Blooming Brands plans to double its digital staff…Read more here. Interesting, because this seems to be a trend in the industry…a digital-arms race, I knew it! I believe Wendys […]

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 17)

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 17) A quick, fun, and easy read on what happened today in the restaurant industry Wendy’s is expected to make some leadership changes, Craig Bahner the chief marketing officer plans on stepping down early next year. Wendys says they want to focus more on […]

How to post a job on Facebook

Learn how to post a job on Facebook, in particular a restaurant job and get applicants! This step-by-step video & step-by-step blog teaches you how to post a job listing on Facebook, and how to drive traffic, interest, leads, and ultimately applicants to your job. Enjoy (and scroll down more […]

Restaurant News Daily Recap (Dec. 16)

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 16) A quick, fun, and easy read on what happened today in the restaurant industry Denver, which some consider the #2 fastest growing city in the country, is getting attention from many top chefs interested in the also fast-growing restaurant scene. In one month […]

6 Tips for Choosing a Culinary School

In today’s restaurant business there’s no denying the power of a good culinary arts degree on your resume. Old-school chefs may tell you that nothing beats hands-on experience, which is true, but more and more restaurants are looking for something substantial in the “education” space on your application. If you’ve […]

5 Reasons Why Bubblegum and Restaurants Don’t Mix

The CEO of McDonald’s recently revealed how the fast food giant developed a recipe for bubblegum-flavored broccoli to encourage kids to eat more healthily. Chief executive Don Thompson said the dish never made it onto the menus because “children were confused by it – it wasn’t all that” Here are […]

El Sombrero NYC – Review

So, lucky me. El Sombrero NYC (108 Stanton Street, NYC) just renovated/re-opened their new restaurant right across the street from where I live. And lets just say, I’m more than happy to have them as my new neighbor! Readers beware, as you know from my old blog. I’m extremely biased […]

Restaurant News Daily Recap (Dec. 15)

Restaurant News Daily Recap Summary (Dec. 15) A quick, fun, and easy read on what happened today in the restaurant industry Fast casual restaurant, Blaze Pizza announces grand opening in Canoga Park, CA. If you ask me it looks like a Chipotle for pizzas from the picture…Read more here 99 […]

Argentine Empanadas Recipe

If you want to enjoy a tasty treat that’s a little bit different, try cooking up some Argentine empanadas – a wildly popular street food in Argentina that is easily made at home. These mini meat parcels are ideal as a starter before a steak main, or as a light […]

Food and Alcohol Safety Training

5605 Manor Drive Peekskill, New York 10556 Food and Alcohol Safety “Knowledge” – More Business, Better Jobs, Bigger Tips?  Whether you are a restaurant owner or an employee of a restaurant rest assured that your livelihood is dependent on food and alcohol safety knowledge. You may be asking yourself why, […]

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