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Finally Friday, and with it comes our weekly food-related theme. This one won’t be as pleasant as some but hopefully it gets you thinking (and eating) a little better about seafood specifically and all food in general.
Oceana is an organization founded to protect the oceans. They issued a report on seafood fraud recently which I found to be eye-opening although, unfortunately, unsurprising. I want to highlight one point and see if you agree with me that it leads to a bigger business point. Continue reading
Continuing our look back at the top posts of 2009 is today’s post from April. I’ve heard from a lot of people who’ve gone to Myrtle that they tried this place and loved it. I’ve heard from others that they appreciated the basic business lessons Ted demonstrates each day. Hope you have the chance to get to the restaurant and even if you don’t I hope you learn from Ted. Enjoy! Continue reading
I’m pretty sure I’ve explained my theory that many of the really great food places in this country are not very fancy. Actually, my friends would tell you I regularly use another term, ending in “hole”, to describe them. Sonny Bryan’s, Arthur Bryant’s, Dreamland – all great BBQ places, all decoratively challenged (I love euphemisms). Continue reading