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Ever get tired of the same old same old restaurants? A lot of us do, but even if you are not tired stick around for our show because you just may find some new places and fun places to eat.
Monday's show, as you may have already guessed is about unique restaurants. Wouldn’t it be fun to go out to eat and be able to share an unforgettable experience?
Do you love to eat out as much as we do? Have you ever gotten sick after eating out? Did you know people are hospitalized and some die every day from food poisoning?
In this episode, we discuss with Dr. Harlan Stueven, a Medical Doctor specializing in Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology and Founder of DiningGrades.com, the issue of food poisoning and specific steps you can take to avoid it when eating out.
For those who eat out regularly, we also share how you can become a part of the solution through rating the restaurants you patronize, and in doing so, how you could sometimes eat out for free!
Visit our blog here for the two clips we had to cut from the interview, in the interest of time.
At the beginning of the show, I referenced a previous show about how healthy foods sometimes make us sick if we have food sensitivities. You can listen to the replay of that episode here!
Restaurants are trying to claim Obama health care plan, are forcing them to cut workers hours and even lay off workers. Restaurant owners are claiming a new health cost that's leaves them no choice but to cut hours to cover the cost.. Join us in conversation and see what restaurants are on the list..
Gluten-free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts a weekly show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation.
In this week’s show, Jules will explore how the landscape for restaurant owners and restaurant goers has changed with the increasing awareness and understanding of food allergies and celiac disease. The advent of gluten-free menus brings more opportunities for gluten-free and food allergic diners, but in instances where corresponding appropriate training does not accompany the introduction of such menus, diners remain at risk.
Jules and her guest will discuss gluten-free restaurant training and certification programs (and how they differ), and how to identify a safe establishment for your family to enjoy a meal.
Jules’ guest this week is Betsy Craig, CEO and Founder of MenuTrinfo®, LLC, a company dedicated to protecting lives and promoting brands by proactively building nutritionals for restaurant kitchens with confidence.
Under Betsy’s leadership, MenuTrinfo’s nationally-accredited Allertrain™ program has trained restaurant owners, executive chefs, restaurant managers, kitchen staff, front-of-house staff and anyone else involved in commercial restaurant operation, in restaurants and major national chains all over the country. Betsy’s mission is to help restaurants comprehensively meet the special needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances and gluten sensitivities, so that everyone can enjoy a night out safely, and with confidence.
Ms. Craig has been repeatedly named among the top CEOs in the fast casual industry, ranked in the top 20 among Fast Casual’s 2012 and 2013 Top 100 Movers and Shakers. Additionally, her company, MenuTrinfo®, ranked seventh among new technologies in 2012 and eighth in 2013.
Herb Ross, Ross & Assoc. is a Senior Sales Representative winning several nation sales awards with a record of success in sales management and marketing at the local, regional and national levels. Herb is a creative problem solver with ability to drive revenue growth, resolve conflict, improve morale and exceed profit goals.
In 1990 Mr. Ross founded Specialized Contract Services, Inc. As the Owner and President, Mr. Ross was a consultant to federal government contractors in sales to the various Federal Government agencies. He was so successful in obtaining contracts for others the he started performing Federal Government contract through his company for the Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS) throughout the country. In 2007 Mr. Ross sold the company.
Mr. Ross is a serial entrepreneur having owned Food Service, Sales Management and Consulting Companies. Mr. Ross is presently, a Business Management consultant, specializing in assisting company’s in their obtaining contracting opportunities in the Food services arena. Contact Herb Ross, for assistance with build-outs, site selections, management & staff training
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Tonight listen in as CarlMellow and Ms. Unique brings you the latest happenings in the Chicagoland area surrounding foodie events, festivals, restaurants, the arts, poetry, Independent films, and cultural events!
For Chicago's Business Spotlight, we'll be interviewing MS. JAE
This story is the topic of today's discussion and we hope to bring healing to all who may have endured a similar tragedy. The following story is from Eyewitness News 13 (http://abc13.com) out of Houston Texas:
HOUSTON (KTRK) --
The story of a registered sex offender -- who is HIV positive -- charged with sexually assaulting his then-23 month-old niece, and impregnating a 14-year-old girl has taken another disturbing turn.
The sergeant of HPD's child sex crime unit says 33-year-old David Richard Wilson has told detectives that he's had sex with "numerous other people."
Wilson is said to be "regretful," but he has yet to tell investigators how many more people/victims may be involved, their ages, names or dates.
As a result, anyone who many have crossed paths with Wilson, or may be concerned their children know him, are asked to call police. The concern is that anyone who had sex with him may be infected with several sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV.
Wilson is said to have been in a position to meet children and students through his jobs at several fast food restaurants in the city.
He was already a registered sex offender, dating back to a aggravated sexual assault of a child conviction some eight years ago. It too involved a 14-year-old girl.
Police say after he served four years in prison, he was required to register annually as a sex offender. An investigator says there were apparently no other requirements imposed on Wilson by the court where he was sentenced.
When his then-23-month-old niece was found to have HIV, herpes and chlamydia last November, Wilson was one of four people in the house who was tested for the virus. He was the only other person to test positive. Police say it was when he first discovered he was HIV positive, which "scared him."
The media portrays the start up life as an over night success. Putting companies like Facebook, Snapchat and others on a pedistal of success. Lets spend the morning looking behind the scenes at a startup that didn't make the cut to see what could have been done differently, and what consequences happen in the aftermath.
Charles Contreras joins us on this episode of Real Business Talk to discuss our Klinq App and the lessons we learned. Call in to join the discussion.
The Esendemir Sisters are three Turkish-American millennials who grew up in near poverty. The sisters, Fusun, Gonca and Arzu Esendemir, started Flatbread Grill, a fast casual Mediterranean restaurant concept, back in 2007, at the height of America’s worst economic recession. The Esendemir Sisters oversaw every aspect of the brand’s creation through menu development, interior design and operational duties. Flatbread Grill took off almost immediately.
With no money for marketing or advertising, the Esendemir Sisters relied solely on their customers’ word of mouth and loyalty to sustain the brand and drive it’s growth. Within two months of being open, Flatbread Grill received an excellent review in the New York Times, catered for celebrity clients, and served nearly 800,000 customers out of their first store location in Montclair, NJ. Flatbread Grill has signed a 300-unit franchise development deal with FranSmart, to expand the brand worldwide.
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Are you a restauranteur or run a fast-food restaurant, manage a deli, or looking to start a restuarant/cafe? This episode discusses the Top 10 Customer Complaints and how to correct or avoid them in your restaurant business.
These 10 complaints can destroy your success and put you out of business!
Chipotle bans guns, instead of banning guns at a Mexican rest. how about banning illegal Mexicans?
Author Frank Ruffolo will be our guest to talk about his new book series, "The Chaos Trilogy."
Reflections from the Water's Edge is the newest weekly broadcast featuring the people, places and happenings of the City By the Lake, Michigan City Indiana. Mary E. and Steve Champagne will be bringing you the positive news of this community known as the "City By the Lake." Weekly we will be featuring news from the MCAS Athletic Department, brought to us compliments of Craig Shaman, MCAS Athletic Director.
This week our focus will be on "Howl-O-Ween" at Ames Field to be held October 30, 2014.
Other events: Boo At the Zoo_October 25th at Washington Park Zoo. Play It Again SaM, Steve Champagne and Mary E., to perform at The Pickle and Turnip, one of Michigan City's premium establishments. Special guest Johnny V., one of the areas favorite musicians.
If you or your organization would like to be a guest on Reflections From the Water's Edge, drop ME a line at email@example.com or just call in during a live program at 646-595-4620.