Posts tagged Restaurants
Finding a place for mindfulness in the hospitality industry

We exist in a transformative period of change in the hospitality industry with a shift in thought to mindfulness and overall health of our companies, clients and internal customers. To experience hospitality in its truest most honest form, one must be authentic, genuine and embrace each new moment as an opportunity to leave a lasting impression. That is exactly what mindfulness is, tuning into the moment and cultivating awareness in yourself.

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The death of farm to table (the term, not the concept)

Read our blog: www.HOTELSMag.com, 5/25/16, by Yvette Jong, Craft House LLC "Greenwashing” continues, and the latest culprit is the unverifiable and overuse of “farm to table” concepts. That’s right - wooden counter tops, rustic furniture, baskets of irregular veg, craft paper placemats, and use of the term in your concept brief don’t define the philosophy, and aren’t serving it any justice.

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The Good Samaritan Food Donation Act

You don't have to be worried about liability if you want to do the right thing and donate leftover food to charity. Be responsible, and know the law will be there to protect you. The text below is from FoodtoDonate.com

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My dad pioneered wine pairing with Chinese cuisine

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong asked Twitter followers if they've had extraordinary culinary experiences pairing Chinese food with fine wines. We couldn't resist digging up this 1992 Zachys Gazette article about Sesin Jong, father of Craft House Founder and Director, Yvette Jong, from the archives.

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