Written on Nov, 30, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

New York City is the place to be if you want to showcase your culinary talent. Like Frankie said, “If I can make it there I can make it anywhere.” High rent, low wages, and fierce competition are making New York City a great place to leave if you’re a restaurant talent. This article from Mashable’s Sarah Spigelman Richter goes …

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Written on Nov, 24, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

A fast casual pizza chain from Irvine, California, called Zpizza has just achieved the restaurant business’ equivalent of inventing the wheel or perhaps a better analogy is that they have found the Holy Grail and it is filled with delicious craft beer that you can serve yourself. No more waiting on the bitter bartender to eventually get to your long empty, …

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Written on Nov, 23, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Original FSR Magazine article by Danny Klein found here: Solving the mystery of draft beer with real data SteadyServ, a SaaS inventory management company, has eliminated the old “shake the keg and guesstimate what’s left” game with a monitoring system that tracks every pour of the tap. You’ll be drunk with data to help you track your possible losses and to …

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Written on Nov, 23, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Original article from NRN’s Lisa Jennings here: Dunkin’ Donuts to begin mobile ordering, payment test Things just got easier for folks who need their donuts in a hurry in Portland, Maine and Dallas, Texas. DD’s new mobile app allows ordering and payment from your iOS device, sorry Android folks. You’ll be able to place your order up to 24 hours early …

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Written on Nov, 19, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Food network regular, Chef Adam Gertler, has decided that the world needs a hot dog made from the infamous turducken. If you’re not familiar with turducken it is a chicken stuffed inside of a duck which is then stuffed inside of a turkey. Sounds wonderful, right? This culinary Frankenstein has now been transformed into a sausage to be sold in …

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