Category: Restaurants

diet-eat.net – I Hope We All Survive This Year and I’m Still Farming by the End of It

Restaurant Diaries is a weekly series featuring four different people working in the industry. Each week, you’ll hear from one of them, from a bartender in Atlanta to a line cook in Denver. This week’s diarist is Kristyn Leach, a farmer in Winters, California. Here she explains what last year was like for her, with

diet-eat.net – I’m Not Sure I’ll Ever Go Back to Bartending Full-Time

Restaurant Diaries is a weekly series featuring four different people working in the industry. Each week, you’ll hear from one of them, from a line cook in Denver to a farmer in Winters, California. This week’s diarist is Jenny Feldt, who recently left her bartending and beverage consulting job to resume her role as a

diet-eat.net – Our Restaurant’s Name Means ‘New Beginnings.’ That’s Never Felt More True.

We set up the sauce and the restaurant as two different companies because we didn’t want one to adversely affect the other. In the end the restaurant had to take a loan out from the sauce business to help pay for rent, staff, and purveyors. In a sense the sauce business saved the restaurant. Right

diet-eat.net – How British Restaurants Will Recover After Lockdown

Tiers come and go, but the restaurant scene’s determination to fight back against Covid-19 is strong, with unbridled optimism, opportunism and outstanding cooking. Believe it, Britain: restaurants will rise again! Purist poised for action: Humble Chicken, London A busy Soho reminds Japanese chef, Angelo Sato, of boozy Tokyo nights with his brothers, searching alleyways for

diet-eat.net – I’ve Been Working as a Line Cook During COVID, and I Honestly Love My Job

Restaurant Diaries is a weekly series featuring four different people working in the industry. Each week, you’ll hear from one of them, from a farmer in Winters, California, to a wine educator in Chicago. This week’s diarist is Peter Steckler who is finding his footing as a line cook at American Elm in Denver as

diet-eat.net – We Knew What Was Missing in the Wine World—Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion—So We Set Out to Change It

Restaurant Diaries is a weekly series featuring four different people working in the industry. Each week, you’ll hear from one of them, from a farmer in Winters, California, to a line cook in Denver. This week’s diarist is Kyla Peal, one of the cofounders of Slik Wines, an experiential wine education platform, on how she’s

diet-eat.net – These Food Delivery Apps Are Built for the Community by the Community

“The day after Trump got elected [in 2016], we ended up dropping out of college,” David Cabello says, referring to his twin brother, Aaron, and himself. “We wanted to help Black businesses and Black people. I didn’t know how I was going to do that, just that I had to.” While he was figuring things

diet-eat.net – Different Blocks, Different Outdoor Dining Scenes, One Deep Economic Divide

But access to design resources like these don’t resolve existing inequities in these communities. Even if she were offered help, Cassandre Davilmar, who owns Lakou Café, a Haitian-American restaurant in Weeksville, Brooklyn, isn’t sure she could make outdoor dining work in her neighborhood. “We are on Utica, which is a pretty congested area, and we

diet-eat.net – At Charleston’s Jackrabbit Filly, Here’s How to Eat Your Weight in Luck

As a third-culture kid, I felt an instant connection to Jackrabbit Filly, a New Chinese American restaurant in Charleston helmed by owners Shuai and Corrie Wang. Here, Lunar New Year is celebrated with a special menu that pays homage to family celebrations full of food, fireworks, and mahjong. Traditionally, Lunar New Year meals involve several

diet-eat.net – Top 10 Positive Food Industry Changes in 2021

Want to know how the restaurant industry has changed for the better? Check out these positive changes that are part of the great restaurant reset, then read about individuals in the industry making a positive impact. Why not support your favourite restaurant by ordering a meal kit to enjoy at home? Positive changes in 2021

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