Monthly Archives: May 2014

Are Restaurants Dead?

Many of the dine-in chains are seeing an erosion of their customer base. Drive through chains are surviving on their convenience attribute. Many of the upscale restaurants continue to suffer from the prolonged recession or are they? When the recession … Continue reading

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Prime Rib for 2

My friend Rick cooks the best Prime Rib roast that I have ever had, I have even quit ordering it in restaurants because they just don’t have his touch. First of all, he has a good eye and chats up … Continue reading

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FedEX?

You get what you pay for. Saturday, 3 May I ordered two small, button sized, replacement parts for my ice machine. The supply house is in Belleville Michigan. They shipped the parts using FedEx SmartPost, a service that utilizes the … Continue reading

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Bees Find Sanctuary in France

Just too many socialist attributes in the French beekeeping sustainability program for us to ever consider adopting but it is good to see what other 1st World nations are doing to protect their valuable agricultural assets. French Minister of Agriculture, … Continue reading

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Colony Collapse Disorder

As quoted in the Guardian: “We demonstrated that neonicotinoids are highly likely to be responsible for triggering ‘colony collapse disorder’ in honeybee hives that were healthy prior to the arrival of winter,” said Chensheng Lu, an expert on environmental exposure … Continue reading

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