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I love dinner parties. I love the relaxed atmosphere, I love seeing people semi-dressed up and smelling sweet, I love good food and I love the ambiance. Coming from a family that loves to entertain, the one thing that I've learned is that details matter. Flower pieces and displays always add a nice touch to indoor parties. The second and last photos are roses from our own yard. For appetizers, cheese is key. The first photo is goat cheese with a raspberry preserve on top- it's brilliant! The third photo are some simple onion and garlic cheddars. Add some crackers on a nice platter and you're done! We have also learned that one of the greatest drinks to serve is ice tea. You can make your own concoction, get the powder from the grocery store, etc. Guests can get creative with ice tea- mixing in whatever they desire or in kids' case drinking it plain. Always remember.... you can never have too much food. If there is one thing that can ruin a party, it's running out of food or having none! People like to eat :)
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Creamy French Vanilla Crème Brûlée
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Easy Spinach Artichoke Quiche Cups – Gimme Some Oven
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Don't Create False Expectations, Especially When It Comes to Baked Potatoes
Folks, something just happened, and it was exceptionally tragic. Outrageous. Unheard of. Unbearable. To prevent this same travesty from happening to you, I thought I'd share my experience and give some handy marketing advice while I'm at it (this being SEM Tuesday and all). Okay, let me back up. I was sitting at my desk, minding my own beeswax and deleting 45 spammy YOUmoz entries (thanks a lot, assholes) when Mel, one of our lovely developers, popped his head up, sniffed audibly, and said, "It smells like Wendy's in here!" As soon as the word "Wendy's" hit my ears, my stomach rumbled a slow, garbled yet audible tone: "baaaaaaaaaaaaked potaaaaaaaatooooooooo." Holy crap, I wanted a baked potato, and I wanted one bad. My coworkers rallied behind the cause. Jeff: "Yeah, baked potato!"Scott: "I've been craving a baked potato for like a week!" The seed had been planted--a hot, buttery, starchalicious seed. We pulled up Yelp to see what the nearest baked potato options were. Aside from a couple of hoity toity sit-down restaurants and a ghetto bar and grill that nobody likes, the closest and most viable option was Wendy's. That's cool, Wendy's is fine (plus they have Frosties!). Before I left, Arden (our newest hire and admin extraordinaire) had pulled up Wendy's website to peruse the menu so he could decide on what he wanted. After seeing the baked potato offerings, he too wanted a delicious carb extravaganza: Jeff and Arden each wanted sour cream and chives potato, while Scott opted for broccoli and cheese and I wanted to stuff my face with a bacon and cheese potato. I took down everyone's orders and we ventured out to find the nearest pigtailed ginger girl grinning down at us. We got to Wendy's and I had the following exchange with the employee: Me: "Can I get two sour cream and chives baked potatoes..." Her: "Okay." [punches in order] Me: "A bacon and cheese baked potato..." Her: "We don't have those. We only have sour cream and chives." Me: "SON OF A BITCH!" Apparently Wendy's stopped carrying the three delicious baked potato options and now only offer "sour cream and chives" as your fixins. The employee noted that "They still carry the other toppings in Canada." Great, why does Canada get delicious melted cheese but we fat Americans don't? No fair. To assuage my outrage, the employee hooked me up with a bunch of bacon strips, which momentarily made me feel better. So, basically I drove all the way to Wendy's for the sole purpose of getting a bacon and cheese baked potato which was advertised on their website, only to find out that they don't carry those anymore. Talk about disappointment...you see where I'm going with this, right? Hopefully you're not rolling your eyes by now and going, "Okay, we get it. You felt like pigging out on crappy fast food and were mad that they didn't have the disgustingly unhealthy menu option you were craving. Post this crap somewhere else." Well, think about how pissed off you get when you're browsing through a website and find a product you really want to buy. Read Also:DOES COLOGNE EXPIRE OR GO BAD? You click on "Add to Cart" and begin the checkout process, only to find out at the last minute that the product is out of stock or doesn't come in the size/color you specified. Imagine how much more frustrating that is when you research online and want to make an offline purchase--you went to someone's website first and made the decision to make a physical trip to an establishment and purchase a product, and you're told by the employee that the item you made up your mind to purchase isn't available. Now picture this happening to your customers on your website. You know how frustrating it is to be the consumer when that happens, but as a seller/service provider, do you commit this cardinal sin? Do you offer products or services? Is this list up-to-date? What do you do with listings that are outdated or no longer available? If you forget to update your list of products and services, you're creating false expectations. Visitors are going to leave your site feeling disappointed, and they very well might associate your website with a negative shopping experience. To prevent a negative customer experience, try the following: · Make sure your list of services is constantly updated. If you used to offer a particular service but don't any more, remove it from the list. · If you still get contacted by folks looking to hire you for services you no longer provide, try to keep them satisfied by referring them to a colleague or to someone who can provide the appropriate service. · If you have a product that's sold out, specify it loud and clear on that product page. Inform customers when the product will be available again. You could offer to take back-orders or reserve products for customers in order to minimize grumpiness. · If your shipping takes longer than expected or if you have an especially disgruntled customer, offset his/her disappointment by offering an added incentive to make up for the inconvenience (free shipping on the next item, a coupon or discount, a free item, etc). Obviously you can't do this with every single customer, but if you make an effort to save the really pissed off ones, you're investing in your own reputation management. · If the product is being discontinued or will no longer be carried, don't leave it on your site to rot. 301-redirect any links to that product and point them to a similar product or to an appropriate category page. · If you have a physical store location (or several franchises) and advertise a product or deal on your website that may not be applicable or available in stores (ahem, Wendy's), explicitly state that on the page (e.g., " Offer may not be available in select stores," "Product may not be in stock in our physical storefronts"). What other suggestions/preventative measures you can think of? I'd love to hear them so that I can mail them to Wendy's and tell them they owe me a bacon cheese-baked potato. Must Read: WHAT DOES GERANIUM SMELL LIKE?
A Crème Brûlée, in Cocktail Form
As @marshalledgar recently observed, there truly is a made-up food holiday for every day of the year. And according to the powers that be, today is National Crème Brûlée day! Why do we Americans celebrate a dessert that the French, Spanish, and British all claim to have invented, you ask? Because it's PURE AMAZINGNESS. Delicate vanilla cream with a crunchy, crackling caramelized shell – come on, who wouldn't want to dedicate an entire day to singing its praises? Not all of us have the time or tools to whip up a crème brûlée at a moment's notice (although you totally should, using my recipe here), so I've researched an easier way to get your fix this holiday: the Crème Brûlée cocktail. There are plenty of versions out there, but so far, this one seems the best and most accurate in flavor. That's thanks to the homemade "burnt sugar"-flavored simple syrup, to give the cocktail a true authenticity. Give it a try tonight, and share your thoughts! Crème Brûlée Cocktail Original recipe by A. Huddleston of Cook In / Dine Out To make this incredibly delicious drink of the gods, you will need: 1 oz. vanilla-flavored vodka (like Stoli Vanil) 1 oz. heavy cream 1 oz. vanilla burnt sugar syrup (see recipe below) Assembling the cocktail is simple. Chill a martini glass in the freezer for at least 10 minutes. Stir the ingredients together, and then serve in chilled martini glass. If you have a cocktail shaker, try shaking the ingredients together with ice, and then straining into the glass for a colder final product. Vanilla Burnt Sugar Simple Syrup To make the easy homemade syrup, you will need: 1 cup water 3/4 cup sugar 1/2 vanilla bean pod 1. Heat the sugar in a small (8-inch) frying pan over medium heat. Leave sugar undisturbed until it begins to melt and then stir sugar as in melts and caramelizes until all the sugar has melted and it is a dark amber color. 2. Meanwhile, add water to a saucepan. Cut the vanilla pod in half lengthwise and use a knife tip to scrape the vanilla beans into the water. Add the pod halves to the water and bring to a boil. 3. Pour the burnt sugar syrup into the boiling water (be careful of sputtering, you may want to stand back a bit). Continue boiling and stir to dissolve any hardened clumps of syrup. Set aside to cool. Strain when cooled and store in a container in the refrigerator. I hope you all celebrate this lovely holiday with a sweet and creamy Crème Brûlée Cocktail. Enjoy!
5 Most Popular Salads
Salads are among the food varieties that come in many assortments. They are exceptionally acknowledged inferable from their nutritious worth and delicacy to the stomach. The feast is additionally simple to get ready and can be an appropriate backup for various fundamental courses. The following are probably the most well known plates of Salads in America that you can go over many homes and cafés as a component of their menu. Give them a shot to discover what you are absent! 1) Chinese Chicken Salad In spite of having the word Chinese, the Chinese chicken plate of mixed greens is as American as possible get, and is one of the most famous servings of mixed greens in America. It comprises of green serving of mixed greens with chicken pieces, ideally boneless and skinless meat from the chicken bosom. For the green plate of mixed greens, you can't miss lettuce. Add different fixings, for example, red and green chilies, hacked parsley, and perhaps avocado pieces. Enhancement it with lemon juice, ketchup, or stew sauce with salt and pepper. Add more Chinese flavoring to give it an unmistakable taste, for example, soy sauce, shellfish sauce, mustard, and Sichuan peppercorn. Serve it with chicken stock and buttered, toasted bread. 2) Southern Potato Salad Acquiring intensely from the different cooking of the southern conditions of the United States is the southern potato salad. It is a substantial plate of mixed greens comprising of cubed and bubbled potatoes, cut hard-bubbled eggs, onions, cucumbers, and a respectable garnish of mayonnaise or harsh cream. Add some salt and pepper for improved taste It is appropriate for lunch because of its consistency, and you can have it with some cornbread or buns. It is likewise nutritious, giving all crucial supplements in only one bowl. 3) Coleslaw While coleslaw is available around the world, it is a staple in a lot of American dishes, for the most part because of its adaptability. You can have coleslaw with different dinners, with it drawing out awesome at each take. It comprises of finely destroyed cabbage, ground carrot with a good filler of mayonnaise as dressing. You can utilize other vegetable varieties to make it suit your taste, like purple cabbage, cleaved onions, or chilies. Some of the time, destroyed cheddar possesses all the necessary qualities. Have it with a tone of food sources like singed chicken, French fries, or as a sandwich filling. 4) Cheese Slaw Cheddar slaw is a cheddar based serving of mixed greens that is the right patron for an assortment of dinners. You make it by consolidating ground cheddar, ideally cheddar. Shred a few carrots and dress with rich mayonnaise. You can take it with French fries or broiled chicken. For a hot tone, add newly slashed red chilies. 5) Southern Pork Salad Assuming you love pork, the southern pork salad should top your rundown of the best American servings of mixed greens. It has an impact from the southern cooking style of the African American populace and components as a backup with southern fare. The plate of Salads is made of finely cleaved pork, kidney beans, however heated beans additionally make an ideal showing. You likewise add some parsley, tomatoes, spring onions, and cleaved olives. Spread vinegar and canola oil to give it a dapper outlandish taste. It's nothing unexpected that this combination of flavors is one of the most famous servings of mixed greens in America. My Way Pantry 1 Deli & Grill is a Belleville Convenience Store and Curbside Serving that offers best salad, Burger, Cheeseteak, egg sandwich and more.