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This is it folks: the end of an era! As Mad Men enters its seventh and final season, we can’t help but wonder: Is Sterling Cooper & Partners bi-coastal now? Will Trudy and Pete reunite? Where is Sylvia? Are Megan and Don divorcing? Is there a future for Stan and Peggy? Will Sally forgive Don? Has Don finally regained his sanity? So, don’t be square! Let’s whip up some cocktails and celebrate Mad Men for all its glorious seven seasons. Check out these drinks and choose one according to your favorite Mad Men charac ... Read More»
Whether you are looking for a job or looking to hire, the task itself is often mundane and can be overwhelming. With hundreds of job search engines, such as Indeed, Craigslist, Monster, CareerBuilder, it is hard to know where to start! This is where Shiftgig steps in. Shiftgig is an online community for the service and hospitality sector that is focused on providing hiring solutions to businesses and helping candidates find jobs. Shiftgig is dedicated to providing better connections by helping job candidates and managers connect with each oth ... Read More»
photo credit: It's Overflowing Keeping your facility clean and organized is a basic per-requisite to any good food safety program. Here are a few tips I’ve picked up over the years working at various food service establishments. If you’re not already doing some of these things, you should strongly consider implementing them. Having a plan for the flow of your food will prevent waste, save money and improve food safety. You might want to try some of these tips: 1. Use a color code system: for items such as cutting boards, utensils or sto ... Read More»
image by: El Paso County Public Health We have all heard the CDC foodborne illness statistics. But are things getting better? FoodNet data from 2012 showed a lack of recent progress in reducing foodborne infections and highlights the need for improved prevention. A CDC study from 2002-03 found that restaurant employees were identified as a contributing factor in more than 65% of foodborne illness outbreaks in restaurants. This is why we need to seriously evaluate our food safety training for entry-level food service workers. Amon ... Read More»