It’s not often that a single food takes a city by storm, but Dominique Ansel’s Cronut seems to have done just that. Have you tried it yet?
Our good friends at Irving Farm Coffee Roasters have opened their 3rd NYC location in Grand Central Terminal’s dining concourse, certainly one of the highest-traffic spots in the city.
Talent Management posts on how an effective rewards and incentives program can help to fix poor-performing employees.
They post seven easy-to-follow steps here.
The LA Times is hosting a chat on gluten free diets today at 2 p.m. Eastern Time with Kristine Kidd. Health experts estimate that as many as a third of us have some level of intolerance to gluten — a protein found mostly in wheat. And gluten shows up in more than bread and cake — foods you might not guess, such as sauces and herb mixes.
Kristine Kidd has been gluten free for years and has written a cookbook called “Weeknight Gluten-Free.” She spent two decades as an editor at Bon Appetit magazine.
Foodservice operators were largely looking for convenient, affordable ways to respond to shifting consumer demands during the National Restaurant Show. Many of those solutions had to do with health and bolder flavors, but new technology — from denser potatoes to miniature coffee roasters — also were allowing for new solutions in other areas as well.
Read the full story here.