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January 15, 2013
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  • Flavorful fare returns to the Netherlands
    During the late 19th century, when the Dutch began to lose colonies and Dutch women enlisted in huishoudschool, a type of cooking school focused on utilitarian meals, the country lost its appetite for flavorful, multi-course meals. "It became all about, what do you need to feed yourself and stay healthy?" said restaurant critic Karin Engelbrecht. "Recipes weren’t about using those lovely spices that we created the sea routes to India for. Those were nice to have, but you didn’t need them to survive." That trend is starting to change though, as more adventurous chefs open up shop in the heart of Amsterdam, introducing new Dutch fare and modern takes on cuisine from around the world. The New York Times (tiered subscription model) (1/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
Florida Citrus-Peach Mint Julep
Guests will love this Florida citrus update to a Kentucky Derby classic—the mint julep. With a dash of sweet Florida orange and grapefruit juice and a hint of peach nectar, the Florida Citrus-Peach Mint Julep is a winning beverage for any menu. For more recipes to take Florida citrus in new directions, click here.
  Culinary News 
  The Healthy Kitchen 
  • Red and blue fruits, veggies may lower heart risks, study says
    Young and middle-aged women who regularly ate fruits and vegetables that were red or blue lowered their risk of a heart attack by 32% compared with those who ate them once a month or less, researchers reported in the journal Circulation. They said plant compounds called anthocyanins, which give fruits and vegetables a red or blue color, have shown positive effects on blood pressure and inflammation in animal models and lab studies. National Public Radio/The Salt blog (1/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
The Key To Positive Cash Flow
Every business is cyclical with cash flow ups and downs. The key is to find a way to keep the cash coming in as predictably as possible. Seem impossible? Well it's not. There are systems and processes that make it easier to collect the cash you've earned so your small business can grow. Learn how these small-business owners set up their businesses for success.

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Time and Attendance: The Core of Managing and Measuring Your Workforce
Based on data from Brandon Hall Group's 2014 Workforce Management Study, this paper explores the evolution of time and attendance, the impact of automation and integration, and the key role time and attendance solutions play in managing and measuring today's workforce. Read the Paper and Learn More

  Beverage News 
 
  • Bartenders master their signature shake
    For many experienced mixologists, the way they shake up a cocktail isn't just to mix the ingredients properly or take the beverage's temperature down a few degrees, it's to entertain the guests lined up on the bar stools. "If it has a little bit of flair to it, you can see people getting into it," said bartender J.P. Fetherston. "It sort of helps the whole show." National Public Radio (1/11) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  What's Cookin' at The Culinary Institute 
  • Norwegian Beet and Horseradish Cure
     
    The Culinary Institute of America's online recipe collection is an extensive assortment of delicious recipes suitable for nearly any occasion. From ethnic-inspired dishes and classic favorites to delectable desserts, you'll find a host of recipes to choose from. Try this recipe for Norwegian Beet and Horseradish Cure. Bon appetit! LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  A Side of Business 
  • Chains put pizza on the morning menu
    Breakfast pizzas are now available on 5% of the menus at restaurant chains tracked by Datassential, with casual chains driving the trend. Typically made without marinara sauce, the flatbread sandwiches often include standard breakfast fare, such as the bacon, sausage, eggs and cheese that top Sbarro's breakfast pizza. Nation's Restaurant News (free registration) (1/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Restaurants continue to prepare for the Affordable Care Act
    One key focus for the coming year for restaurant brands will be to prepare for the continued implementation of the Affordable Care Act. In addition to planning for the employer mandate, restaurant brands will also have to deal with a provision that will require them to include calorie information on their menus. Orlando Sentinel (Fla.) (1/13) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  Local & Sustainable Spotlight 
  • Local focus gives Nantucket chef more freedom
    Chef Michael LaScola, owner of Nantucket, Mass., restaurant American Seasons, uses only the most local ingredients, picking everything fresh from the island where he works. Limiting himself to local fare has challenged his creativity and given him the freedom to change his menu once a week. "It's so much easier this way," he said. "When something pops into season I can make a dish out of it and just put it on the menu." Reuters (1/15) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  CIA Offerings 
  • 2013 CIA Worlds of Flavor registration now open
    Get your seat now for The Culinary Institute of America’s 16th annual Worlds of Flavor International Conference & Festival, widely acknowledged as our country’s most influential professional forum on world cuisines, food cultures, and flavor trends.

    "Kitchens Connected: Linking Emerging Appetites and Culinary Innovation in an Era of Global Flavor Discovery" will take place Nov. 14-16 at the CIA’s Napa Valley campus. Join more than 60 international chefs and experts to explore how information technology, creative processes, culinary science, and millennial appetites influence today’s food world. Read more and register today.

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  Food for thought 
If you can't write your idea on the back of my calling card, you don't have a clear idea."
--David Belasco,
American theatrical producer, director and playwright


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