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Recipe: Epic Christmas fish pie - The Globe and Mail
Special to The Globe and Mail
Published Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015
recipes  fish  baked_goods  Jamie_Oliver  pies  savoury 
december 2015 by jerryking
Must-visit: A Downton Abbey fantasy for the 21st-century epicurean - The Globe and Mail
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, ENGLAND — Special to The Globe and Mail
Published Wednesday, Jan. 28 2015
artisan_hobbies_&_crafts  cooking  food  baked_goods  epicureans  gourmands 
january 2015 by jerryking
Cornbread - The Globe and Mail

Lucy Waverman

Special to The Globe and Mail

Published Tuesday, Feb. 18 2014
baked_goods  Lucy_Waverman  recipes  cornbread 
february 2014 by jerryking
Boss Talk: A New Test for Panera's Pay-What-You-Can -
June 4, 2013 | WSJ | By ANNIE GASPARRO.

A New Test for Panera's Pay-What-You-Can

WSJ: How has the competitive landscape changed in the fast-casual area?
Mr. Shaich: We were clearly the first people out there in the space. For at least five years, in the mid '90s, my stock was flat. I couldn't get anybody to see a place that existed between fast food and fine dining.

Basically, fast casual is us, Chipotle and Starbucks . Probably between the three of us, we represent 95% of the sales that are considered fast casual.
Panera  fast-casual  CEOs  restaurants  loyalty_management  pricing  competitive_landscape  baked_goods 
august 2013 by jerryking
Cranberry ginger upside-down cake - The Globe and Mail
Lucy Waverman

Special to The Globe and Mail

Published Tuesday, Dec. 18 2012
baked_goods  Lucy_Waverman  recipes 
december 2012 by jerryking
Sweet Talk -
01.20.03 | |Matthew Swibel,

Uster reps, mostly former pastry chefs, drop in on former students with new recipes, product demonstrations and advice on kitchen redesigns. It's this sort of customer support--reminiscent of the "detailing" drug companies do with doctors--that brought Uster to $20 million in sales, from baking chocolate, tarts, candied fruits and pastries.

By such means the Swiss-born Braun, a former food consultant, intends to double sales by 2005. That assumes a growth rate of 9% per year on existing products and $14 million from a new line of frozen foods including Danishes, cakes and hors d'oeuvres. He'll have to claw his way there: Kraft Foods (nyse: KFT - news - people ) and Nestlé import their own European chocolate labels; there are scores of other scrappy distributors. Even at $40 million in sales, 23-year-old privately held Uster would still be but a crumb in the $8-billion-a-year U.S. wholesale market.
entrepreneur  frozen_foods  chocolate  desserts  Kraft  Nestlé  confectionery_industry  baked_goods 
july 2012 by jerryking
Apple Crisp_Basmati Rice and Coconut Milk Pudding
For the Basmati Rice and Coconut Milk Pudding, add dates, blackberries, blueberries, pineapple chunks, ripe peaches/apricots, mangoes.
puddings  rice  coconuts  apples  breakfasts  vegetarian  recipes  baked_goods  desserts 
march 2012 by jerryking
Lamb and mushroom pie - The Globe and Mail
lucy waverman
From Saturday's Globe and Mail
Published Friday, Feb. 03, 2012 9:00AM EST
Last updated Friday, Mar. 02, 2012
lamb  mushrooms  recipes  Lucy_Waverman  baked_goods  pies  savoury 
march 2012 by jerryking
Food companies eye more price hike opportunities - The Globe and Mail
Mar. 01, 2012 | Globe and Mail | marina strauss

Still, food producers and grocers haven’t yet passed on to consumers all the effects of their commodity price hikes, said Kevin Grier, senior market analyst at the George Morris Centre, an agri-business researcher in Guelph, Ont.

“We as consumers still haven’t felt the full brunt of price increases.”

As a consumer, a price hike will force him to stick more to necessities – bread rather than pies or cakes; chicken legs instead of pricier chicken breasts. “I’ll buy less of the discretionary things,” Mr. Grier said.
food  pricing  Marina_Strauss  George_Weston  baked_goods  Maple_Leaf_Foods  price_hikes 
march 2012 by jerryking
Lord of the Loaves | Steve Gibson, Fred's Bread, Toronto Bakery | By Susan Pedwell | University of Toronto Magazine
Summer 2011
Lord of the Loaves

Steve Gibson’s final MBA project has left him rolling in dough
By Susan Pedwell
baked_goods  MBAs  Rotman  alumni  uToronto  bread 
november 2011 by jerryking
Veronica's Recipes for Cornbread and Bakes
Aunty V's tried and true recipe for making cornbread and bakes
recipes  baked_goods  cornbread  brunch 
october 2011 by jerryking
Corn-bread biscuits - The Globe and Mail
jeff dueck
The Globe and Mail
Published Sunday, Mar. 01, 1998
baked_goods  recipes  biscuits  cornbread 
october 2011 by jerryking
Project Delta: How to Bake an Open Source Cookie - PARC, a Xerox company
8 December 2005
how does a package of cookies end up in your local grocery store? Where
do the ideas come from, and how are they developed? For the past 60
years, the hierarchical management model has served the food industry
well. But like all industries, the food industry is seeking ways to get
new products to market faster, and better. Steve Gundrum, President and
CEO of Mattson, a Silicon Valley innovation firm that leads the US food
industry in the development of new products, wanted to learn what
happened when you challenged food scientists and chefs to use software
development techniques to create new products. The result, Project
Delta, and the quest for the ultimate cookie. Chronicled by Malcolm
Gladwell in the September 2005 Food Issue of The New Yorker, Steve will
take you behind the scenes for a look at how Open Source and Extreme
Programming techniques could play a role in revolutionizing the food
open_source  baked_goods  howto  food  Xerox 
august 2011 by jerryking
Disappointed by cornbread
September 25, 2010 | Stabroek News | by Cynthia Nelson
cornbread  recipes  Cynthia_Nelson  baked_goods  disappointment 
september 2010 by jerryking
The Latest Entrepreneurial Fantasy Is Selling Cupcakes
November 25, 2009 | -| by ELIZABETH OLSON.
Anecdotal evidence indicates that stand-alone cupcake shops have been
spreading not just in the acknowledged cupcake meccas of New York and
Los Angeles but also in Boston, Denver, Austin, Tex., and lots of
smaller places. Nationwide, cupcake sales, are projected to rise another
20% over the next five yrs. at a time when other baked goods are
expected to grow in the single digits. “Cupcake stores are taking the
place of ice cream stores,” said Adam Borden, whose Baltimore-based
venture capital firm, Bradmer Foods, specializes in food-focused
enterprises. Thus far, there seem to be four basic cupcake business
models: (1)The Chain; (2) The Web-Only Store ; (3) The Cupcakes and More
Store ; (4) The Sole Bakery .
food  venture_capital  start_ups  baked_goods  business_models  anecdotal 
november 2009 by jerryking

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