Food That Doesn’t Match the Menu

The question of whether or not you are actually getting the exact same food that is listed on the menu has lingered in the restaurant industry. What guarantee is there that you are going to get exactly what you ordered? Are there any checks and balances in place to ensure the integrity of the companies…

Mrs Balls Chutney – The Taste of Home

Mrs Balls Chutney has a long and interesting history dating back to 1852 when Henry James Adkins married Elizabeth Sarah Spalding and settled in the small village of Fort Jackson in King Williams Town, where they ran a small general dealership. In 1870 Sarah started making chutney, but was not very good at marketing or…

Harvest Is Over – Better Salvage the Ladder

When business is good and customers are eager to buy, it sure is a great time. Business seems bountiful and everlasting. You're hot. The phone is ringing, orders come through a cornucopia of the internet, customers stand in line ... easy pickings ... like harvest time in an orchard and all you have to do…

Setting The File Straight on Meat Health

Red meat is often wrongly portrayed as being unhealthy. Even chicken has been getting attacked by some in the media as being unhealthy or not environmentally friendly. Vegan, fish and other non-meat diets have been proposed as healthier alternatives. The result of this onslaught of negative meat messages has affected many persons including mothers and…

The History of Taco Tuesday

It started in Wyoming of all places. And while its creators lost ownership of the concept, America gained a taco tradition that repeats itself 52 times a year. Why is it called Taco Tuesday? Seriously, why not Turkey Tuesday, or Tuna Fish Sandwich Tuesday? Or maybe Turnip Tuesday? This is no small question. It's a…