Staying on top of food service trends can be a difficult and anxious process, but it’s good to know what’s “in” at any given time. It’s not that owners and managers of successful restaurants should be changing to meet the trends; not necessarily. 378 more words
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Is there anything more disappointing than getting your entree — whether it’s a burger, a steak, roast chicken, or fish — at a restaurant and cutting into it only to find that it’s been cooked to the wrong temperature? 330 more words
Have you ever found yourself craving breakfast foods at a totally “inappropriate” time of day? Just last night, after ten pm, I realize what I really wanted to eat was this: a chicken-fried steak with two eggs over easy, biscuits, sausage gravy, and hashbrowns. 307 more words
Winter break is quickly arriving for college kids — and to a lesser extent all students — and with it comes a change in the basic marketplace, whether you own a restaurant in a college town or somewhere without Fall/Spring students. 345 more words
There is a subtle difference between brand pushing messages to consumers, and letting consumers discover what the brand represents.
Recently, a giant pavilion in the shape of a Louis Vuitton suitcase emerged on Moscow’s Red Square. 735 more words
Back with the second part of my post about appealing to customers in an improving economy. On Friday we talked about the “Smart Spender” demographic, or in other words about the type of people who look for good value (in terms of service and quality of food). 319 more words