Restaurant Owners Are Asking Yelp For Help Against Anti-Vax Trolls

"They were pretty well aware of what was going to happen and had set up teams that were monitoring things like that," Gusler told Eater, although his business still had to endure an initial onslaught of negative reviews calling the business out for discriminating against patrons who choose not to get the Covid vaccination. (Non-vaccinated diners have always been welcome on the restaurant's outdoor patio.)

Through tracking systems set up by Yelp and TripAdvisor, Gusler learned the majority of th

Yes, You Really Can Buy A Slice Of Princess Diana's 40-Year-Old Wedding Cake

Listed as Lot 142 by Dominic Winters Auctioneers, the 28-ounce slice of cake features icing and part of the marzipan base from one of 23 official wedding cakes created for Princess Diana and Prince Charles. It's unclear exactly which cake it's from, according to Food & Wine, but they say auctioneers believe this particular slice is likely from the celebratory cake distributed to the Queen Mother's staff at Clarence House.

As for what it looks like, there's a sugared inlay of the Royal Coat-of-A

You Can Now Pre-Order Snacks On This Airline

You Can Now Pre-Order Snacks On This Airline

U.S. airline premium-cabin passengers fared reasonably well during the height of the global pandemic. Sure, safety protocols meant trading multi-course, chef-designed menus for pre-packaged meals, but at least they got some form of sustenance on long flights (via Thrifty Traveler). By and large, though, passengers traveling in the back of the plane — and paying standard fare prices — were left to fend for themselves. They were often caught between a

Flying Cauldron Has Magical News For Fans Of Harry Potter's Butterbeer

Happy Birthday Harry Potter. The fictional wizard who stole our hearts in J.K. Rowling's novels about a magical world just beyond our muggle-brain reach turns 41 this week. It's true. In her books, Rowling penned Potter's date of birth: July 31, 1980 (via National Today). According to USA Today, that makes Potter a skin-of-his-teeth member of Gen X 一 or, perhaps more accurately, a Xennial, the sub-generation made up of peopl

The Real Reason Gordon Ramsay Is So Passionate About Plant-Based Cooking

Social media was abuzz in March when Gordon Ramsay took to Instagram to announce he was going vegan. "Hi guys, it's Gordon. I've got a confession. After three decades of cooking, hundreds and hundreds and thousands of hours behind the stove, I'm turning vegan."

But, was he really? Remember, this is the same person that once proclaimed the acronym for PETA, the world's largest international animal rights advocacy group, st

Everything You Need To Know About Soy Sauce

When it comes to America's favorite condiments, soy sauce ranks right up there with everyday picnic-table favorites. A reader survey conducted by The Daily Meal lists soy sauce as America's fourth-favorite condiment after mayonnaise (No. 1), mustard (No. 2), and ketchup (No. 3). Cast the net a bit wider and soy sauce still makes an impressive showing, ranking No. 8 on HuffPost's list of the world's 25 best condiments. Science Meets Food traces the orig

This Is What Lunch Looks Like In Brazil

Lunch in Brazil is traditionally a relaxed affair. According to Culture Trip, office workers typically take a one-hour break at midday to eat, unwind, and recharge, often at a kilo restaurant, where cost is based on the weight of the plate with food (kind of like an American salad bar). Eating the World describes dining at a kilo restaurant as a quintessential Brazilian experience, but for the uninitiated, the process can be overwhelming. Eating the World offers a primer: Upon arrival, pick up a

Gardening With Arthritis

‘‘Gardens are not made by singing ‘Oh, how beautiful,’ and sitting in the shade.” — Rudyard Kipling

The scent of fresh-turned soil, the buzz of a lazy bee, the tickle as a bead of perspiration drops from the end of your nose: Gardening is a sensory endeavor. But for many avid gardeners, the pain of arthritis can overshadow the joy of tilling the soil.

In a summary of its 2018 National Gardening Survey, Garden Research, a division of the National Gardening Association, revealed gardeners aged 5

5 tips for changing culture within an organization

“I love the feeling of dread in the morning,” said no one ever. Yet somewhere today, someone you know—someone who may work for you—woke up dreading the day ahead. The job that used to bring them joy and inspiration is now a tedious obligation. They’re disengaged and it didn’t happen overnight.

As a leader, it’s your responsibility to identify the source of disengagement and act on it.

The four forces of employee disengagement

We’ve identified four main forces of employee disengagement. One al

With labor shortages affecting the financial services sector, it pays to plan ahead.

As tempting as it may be to fill a position with a “good enough” candidate, in the long run, it pays to hold out for the right candidate. That’s especially true right now when a growing shortage of skilled labor is affecting the financial services sector.

A 2018 study by Korn Ferry predicted a worldwide talent crunch by 2030, with significant impact occurring as early as 2020. The study suggested the U.S. financial services sector will take a big hit; a lack of qualified workers could result in
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