Pages fly off calendars, as in old movies. Months blur into one another. Seasons collapse. Yes, Memorial Day is just around the corner. But in the life of a professional party planner, summer is just a place holder on the events horizon, a false lull between the benefit season that winds down this week and the one that cranks up again immediately after Labor Day.
H.J. Heinz Co. is messing around with the recipe for its flagship product, reducing the sodium content in its ketchup in a move that the company described as the first “significant” change in the nation’s dominant brand of the tomato-based condiment in nearly 40 years.
Read more at: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,592891,00.html
We are currently working on the new curriculum guide for Culinary Arts (as well as other FCS courses). Be sure to periodically check the blog for progress updates and maybe even a sneak peak.
If you have any ideas or suggestions for the new curriculum guide please let us know!
Hurricanes, earthquakes and volcanoes are Robert Hartwig’s bread and butter. As president of the Insurance Information Institute, a nonprofit trade group, he circles the globe speaking to corporate executives about natural disasters and the insurers that cover them.
On a Saturday morning in January, a cooking show debuted on the Food Network featuring a pretty newcomer named Marcela Valladolid. The show, “Mexican Made Easy,” earned ratings on par with the cooking shows of some of the network’s biggest stars, and executives quickly put in an order for more episodes. After a 12-year effort to become a famous television chef, Ms. Valladolid was suddenly a success.
Restaurants continue to further their efforts to incorporate eco-friendly practices into their business.A variety of factors are driving these moves, ranging from a desire to reduce their carbon footprint to the belief that going green will appeal to their customers.
Read more: http://www.nrn.com/goinggreen.aspx?coll_id=718&menu_id=1546&globalMenuTab=-1##ixzz0ndmko63J
Hotels may soon be increasing fees just as the airlines have over the last few years.