Everyone in America loves ranch dressing, at least that is what Jim Hayden is hoping. Hayden will open an all-ranch dressing eatery in St. Louis at the end of this month. The restaurant, aptly named Twisted RAnCH, will add ranch flavorings to some of the most iconic dishes from around the world. They will also be serving up a plethora of in-house made ranch dressings, including a teriyaki take on the quintessential salad liquid.
Entrees will also get a healthy dose of the tangy salad dressing, and the bar will also have ranch dressing on tap. While ranch is certainly a perfectly acceptable choice for salads, whether or not it will translate to an entire menu remains to be seen. The eatery will be the first of its kind, but it does have plenty of predecessors in the food “themed” restaurant categories.
Guy Fieri, for example, opened a series of eateries called Johnny Garlic’s, YouTube had a video that a food establishment focused on infusing garlic in everything from its french fries to its steaks, and its desserts. The owner of the ranch-loving restaurant, is banking on nation’s fondness for the creamy salad dressing, and their love of good food, for the business’ success.
Trans fat has been in the news for over a decade with scientists and food experts trying to decide how dangerous it really is for human consumption. Finally, the FDA announced that they declare it a threat to public health. Conscientious companies have already begun removing trans fats from their products, but the official deadline is June 2018.
New York placed a ban in 2006 followed by California in 2008, and since 2003 the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has found a decrease of usage up to 80 percent leaving 20 percent still including trans fats in their products.
Since 2006, trans fat has also been required to be listed on the labels of all foods, so it is still smart to check the labels when buying food. Food lovers at Boraie Development have learned that there are six foods are prime candidates for containing partially hydrogenated oils, the primary sources of trans fats.
1. Frozen pizza
2. Savory snacks such as crackers and microwave popcorn
3. Canned frosting
4. Packaged pie
5. Coffee creamer
Trans fats became popular in the 1940s when people were concerned about saturated fats, but the steep drop in cholesterol since 2003 reveals how dangerous it is to consume trans fats. The FDA includes palm oil in the ban because of its similar properties especially the ability to clog arteries.
Bernardo “Bernie” Chua is not your average business person. He is much more than that. The talents and skills that he has have helped make him a very wealth individual and an inspiring figure to many.
Bernardo Chua (follow on twitter: @ogbernie) found a way to better distribute products from Organo Gold. These products include things such as coffee, tea, soap, toothpaste, and other health aids and are featured on Chua’s Organo Gold Blog. The products are adored by people all around the world, but not everyone had access to them until Chua came along with his better ways of getting those products delivered to the masses.
Currently, there are 13 countries that this business is open to. These include the United States, Canada, Germany, the UK, and Mexico. Linkedin shows that many of the largest markets in the world are open for business with Organo Gold, and this is part of what has helped it scale up its growth in a big way.
It is estimated by ZoomInfo that by this year there will be some one million distributors of the Organo Gold products and that revenue from those sales could reach $800 million. That is up considerably from the $35 million in revenue that was generated in 2010. In those five short years word has spread about the company and Bernardo Chua and has helped it to sharpen its image and its pitch to consumers. It has meant that more people can now take part in the great products offered by the company, and the people are loving it.
Those who want to make some money for themselves have the option to take part in the company’s compensation program. By doing so, these individuals will be getting their own piece in the success of the company. It is not too often that one may find a company that wishes to share in its successes in such a way, but this is the case with Organo Gold.
There are a total of seven different ways that one can get into the business of Organo Gold and follow in the vision of Bernardo Chua. Some of these are as simple as recruiting other members into the fold. When one does this, they are actually earning a little for those efforts as well. There is no better feeling than that. Everyone likes it when they are rewarded for their efforts, and this is a simple and straightforward way to make that happen.
Organo Gold is changing lives, and it can change yours if you let it. Watch Bernardo Chua explain the benefits in this youtube video below.
Starting June 18, Pizza Hut is serving their new hot-dog stuffed pizza in the U.S. Pizza Hut’s new pie will offer a crust that doubles as a hot dog. It has been around for eight years but not in the US. It was first offered in South Korea, then the UK and lastly to Canada. Now we can enjoy this new but odd treat. This news release was recently reported at www.grubstreet.com
I will give it a try and I am sure it will be a hit with the kids. I’ll reserve my opinion until after my taste test. If its a hit in other countries it surly will be a hit here.
QNet is a company that markets a variety of products through their network of distributors. The company has been in business since 1998 and that means it’s a solid enterprise. When it comes to credibility, Qnet has an established history of ensuring customer satisfaction and well being of their distributors. Credibility of a company is very important, and the company is legally registered. The company maintains more than 25 offices worldwide and has sales representatives in more than 100 countries. Qnet is considered one of the top direct marketing companies in Asia.
As a Network Marketing company, Qnet has a large group of independent distributors promoting and marketing their products to the consumers and sharing the profits with the distributors. That is how Qnet survives and independent distributors earn an income. It is important to keep in mind that not all products sell well for the same distributors. The products they promote are Health and Wellness Products, Vacation and Holiday packages, Gold and Silver numismatics, Collectible items like watches, rare coins, jewelry, Telecommunication services, and Education products.
Through their direct selling method, Qnet is able to provide effective training, business skills development and jobs to developing countries where jobs are scarce. The direct selling model has been designed to teach people who have no business knowledge the proper skills and attitudes that are necessary for regular employment. Although gender does not exist in the direct selling business model, network marketing is a great option for women. Sales representatives are rewarded according to their effort, and many earn a substantial income. Independent sales representatives enjoy great compensations and the flexibility of time Qnet offers.
To start join QNET, you need to purchase their start-up package and follow the instructions as outlined in their information guide. Once the first step is completed, you become an independent sales representative, also referred to as a distributor. Once you have become a distributor, the company assigns you a virtual office, and you are free to market the various products they offer and run your business.
Qnet is a reliable network marketing company that provides the necessary tools and training to help their distributors succeed. But before you submit your application or enrollment form, you still need to make sure that you understand what they are offering. It is always advisable to read these instructions carefully to ensure that you understand the terms and conditions, and what is expected of you.
By now almost everyone has heard of the grandiose ESPN bars that are all around the country, and now it seems that another TV station is making their own bar and grill. The NBC Bar and Grill is opening in Orlando, Florida right outside the Universal Studios resort near where my buddy Jaime Garcia Dias lives. According to an article found on reddit and written by Eater.com, the sports bar will have over 100 beers available for customers to have and it will also kettle cook all of their food. This will make things interesting, as there also will be dozens of very large screen televisions for people to watch their favorite sporting events at. The ESPN bar which is in Anaheim right outside of the Disneyland Resort is always packed, no matter what day of the week it is or what time of year.
This could be good for NBC, because not only does it promote a place where people can gather to eat, drink, and watch sports, but it also makes their company look appealing and it is a great way to advertise too. For example, people who have a great experience at this bar may remember that next time they are flipping through channels on the television and are deciding which station to watch the latest game on. Way to go NBC, and next time I am in the Orlando area I will surely check out this new grill.
Overfishing has been a concern of environmentalists for decades, and they have targeted both consumers and fishermen to stop buying, selling, and eating fish that are in danger of becoming extinct as per the Skout app. This latest push to help save an endangered fish is coming from a somewhat unusual source, New York City chefs.
Chef Kerry Heffernan, whose most recent restaurant is Grand Banks is leading the movement to convince his fellow chefs to stop serving striped bass at their restaurants. Catches of the striped bass are down 85% by both recreational and commercial fisheries. Reproduction is also down significantly, putting this majestic creature in danger of becoming extinct if something is not done to preserve it. Heffernan says that he realized something needed to be done when he was able to win the Manhattan Cup, a New York City inshore catch-and-release fishing tournament with a relatively small 18-inch striped bass in the fly fishing devision. He has long been an advocate of conservation and decided it was time to do something about the fish.
Along with several other chefs in the New York area, including Tom Colicchio, Floyd Cardoz, Harold Dieterle,and Dave Pasternack, Heffernan has taken striped bass off his menu and has replaced it with similar fish that are in less danger of going extinct. He has also started a campaign to create awareness of the problem, and is using the hashtag #saveourstripers on social media.