To be short and sweet, i'm having connection issues with uploading the latest episode of the KA Podcast. Basically, my home internet is in a state where it connects for a period, then drops, and attempts to reconnect. Once i have this solved, i will have the podcast episode out to you as soon as i possibly can. My apologies on the delay!
First off, Happy New Year to all of you out there! Here's to a new year!
On this episode, i talk about an interesting new concept restaurant McDonalds has been experimenting with in Hong Kong that 'revitalizes' their brand in a way. Also, Whole Foods reached a 'settlement' with New York City in regards to the price disparities they were found to have some months ago. And then, i'll talk about what my plans for myself and for Kitchen Academic are for the new year.
Firstly, my apologies in the delay of posting this. I won't really offer an excuse, but my internet has been very twitchy...
Anyway, in this episode i discuss Chipotle, the favored food franchise of the last few years. They've gotten into some trouble with food borne illness stemming from their restaurants. I talk about what it takes for the Department of Health to close a restaurant, how Chipotle's marketing might have made this worse for themselves and give you snippets from an interview CEO and founder Steven Ells gave a few days ago.
First off, Happy Halloween to all! Hopefully it was full of fun, candy and for you adults out there, maybe a little something stiffer than candy...Anyway, this episode goes into a couple of my memories and thoughts of Halloween, as well as my end of year goal for 2015. Also, just a little bit of what i was up to in Chicago. Thanks for listening!
So in this episode, i get away from the gloomy stuff with my job resignation and focus on some interesting stories that i got from the food world recently. We'll talk about some scientists view food's evolution, what food in motion triggers in you subconsciously, how McD's is doing with the all-day breakfast idea and why i'm going to be traveling to Chicago.
To those that regularly follow the podcast, you will note that there was no episode released on September 15th. There's a good reason for that; i resigned from my job. But not in the typical way. I talk about that and a little more in today's episode.
I'm back from my time in Kansas City for the ANFP! In today's podcast, i want to reflect on what i learned while i was down there, a few funny things i noticed, and just my reflecting on the experience. Also, i'll spend the other half of this episode venting on a recently released youtube.com video showcasing exactly why i believe that the customer is not always right.
I'll be honest, the last week or so has not been the greatest for me, personally, but regardless! The show must go on! Today's topics include...
Since the last podcast, things have been moving very, very fast in the food world. There are things you now have to pay attention to. Join the discussion on...