Tweet As we approach the end of the first decade of the new millenium, technology has become a stronger and stronger force in our lives. Every industry has been affected, and food service is no exception. Yet it seems that many restaurants lag behind when it comes to harnessing the power of technology to their [...]
Archive | July, 2009
Tweet Sardines don’t exactly evoke thoughts of fine seafood to most Americans. Instead, many think of tin cans packed with greasy, mushy fish and some kind of sauce. Growing up, I only ate sardines on camping trips, and then only reluctantly. I doubt anyone would look at sardines on the menu and think “That looks [...]
Tweet The Kitchen Café community bistro takes the community part of their name very seriously. The Boulder, Colorado restaurant provides a simple, rustic setting where friends, families, and neighbors can gather to enjoy great tasting, unpretentious food and a world-class beer and wine list. Meals can be ordered family style any day of the week [...]
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