How We’ll Dine in 2018: The Rise of the All-Day Menu

Life moves pretty fast. Power lunches are out, and who sits down to a formal dinner these days? In the next year, expect more restaurants where mealtimes are mutable and noshing is the new dining. Lifestyle


Pogue's Basics: The secret Start menu in Windows 10

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Mississippi Man Turns Saucy lyrics Into Dollar Menu Delight

A talented Mississippi man recently turned some saucy freestyle lyrics into a dollar menu delight at a fast-food restaurant.

“Ain’t got no big money, ain’t got them racks. What you got on the dollar menu, I don’t need a Big Mac,” 25-year-old Chase Carter sang into a drive-thru intercom at a Hattiesburg McDonalds late last month.

Carter (pictured below) told The Huffington Post he composed his soulful lyrics on the spot. The idea, he said, came about when he and best friend Michael Sykes made a pit stop after spending the afternoon putting in job applications.

“He was like, ‘Man you gotta get your talent out there bro,'” Carter explained. “I said, ‘That’s stupid, I ain’t doing that.’ He said, ‘Trust me,’ and it just went from there.”

Carter said the impromptu drive-by concert turned out “better than expected” and the reception he received by store employees made his day.

“They were going crazy,” he said. “A lady said, ‘Boy, you can sing. You better get in the studio.'”

Carter’s video has since gone viral and has been featured on Good Morning America and Mississippi’s WDAM-News.

“It’s a blessing,” Carter said of the exposure. “I didn’t expect it to get this far and I just thank God.”

Carter’s mother is a gospel singer and his father is a traveling musician. He has been producing and uploading music to Soundcloud in hopes of getting a big break.

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The Dirty Diner: Gay Erotica on the Menu

The Dirty Diner: Gay Erotica on the Menu

Food and sex. They go hand in…um, hand, don’t they?How many millions of dates start out in restaurants and end up in bedrooms? And it’s not just the patrons either-it could be the waiter who catches your eye. Or the cute busboy with a tantalizing lock of hair that falls over his eyes as he’s wiping your table. Maybe it’s the hairy arms of the cook as he bellows out “PICKUP!” and you hope he’s talking about more than the order he’s just plated. The stories on our menu will feed more than one of your appetites, so don’t just stand there outside with your nose pressed up against the glass (that is your nose, isn’t it?). Come on in and please seat yourself. Someone will be with you in just a minute.

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10 Ways To Save On Your Wedding Venue and Menu

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You don’t have to test your credit limit (and then some) just to have a reception in a beautiful location with delicious food. Here’s how to rent a sensational space and put together the menu of your dreams, whether your budget is little or limitless.


Get married on a Friday or Sunday.
Whether you’re married on an off-peak day — aka not Saturday — or a less popular time of year (generally late fall through the winter), you’ll probably score a sweet venue for a steal.

Slash your guest list.
This isn’t an easy thing to do — until you see the savings start to accrue exponentially. You’ll seriously save on catering by feeding less people and on your invitations (not to mention postage). And having a smaller space also means less décor and rentals.

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Go with a venue that’s ready-to-roll.
If you’re a big Father of the Bride fan, you might have your heart set on a wedding at home. Well, George Banks flipped out throughout the film for a reason — a bloated budget. Between rentals on everything from tents to toilets, creating an event where they usually aren’t hosted (whether it’s a home or a bare-bones venue) costs a lot more than a traditional venue.

Exchange vows and celebrate in the same place.
If you’re getting hitched in a house of worship, your hands are kind of tied, unless there’s a reception space across the street. But if you can say your “I dos” anywhere, choose a venue that can do double-duty for your ceremony and for your reception. Not only will you save on venue fees, you’ll also cut costs on transportation and possibly flowers. (For instance, you can have your coordinator transfer your ceremony arrangements to your gift and cake tables while your guests are enjoying the cocktail hour.)

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Consider a plated dinner.
It seems weird, since a sit-down dinner can seem more formal and expensive, but stations mean people can take as much as they want, so your caterer will need to cook more food just in case Uncle Bob decides to see how many beef satay skewers one man can eat (the answer: too many for a tight budget). That said, a buffet will save you on labor costs. Family-style is a third option that’s currently having a major moment. Plus, it cuts down on food waste (since people only take what they want to eat and don’t have the option to eat more than what’s on the communal plate). Talk to your caterer or venue coordinator about which is the cheapest option for your particular party.

Opt out of the open bar.
Offer your guests beer, wine and a fun signature cocktail. Since your venue or caterer won’t have to uncork tons of different bottles (usually with an “if it’s opened, you bought it” mentality), you’ll save money without having thirsty guests.

Serve comfort foods.
Pretty displays (or plates) of mac and cheese and BBQ chicken are guaranteed crowd-pleasers. Seriously, ask any potential guest — whether they’re eight years old or 80 — if they’d prefer crispy fried chicken or a baked breast with a fancy sauce — we think we know the answer. Fun food makes for a fun party — and is totally on trend right now.

Skip the champagne toast.
Nothing is sadder to a bride or groom on a budget than seeing a ton of half-finished champagne glasses littering the reception tables after a toast. People can toast with anything they’re drinking. If you want bubbly, go with champagne’s lower-priced, but still perfectly chic and tasty, cousin — prosecco.

Think seasonally.
Strawberries and other fruits and veggies out of season cost more and are not as tasty–a lose-lose situation for your menu and your budget. So if you’re getting married in July, by all means, give strawberry shortcake a place of honor on your dessert table — but if your nuptials are in the fall, serve mini pecan pies as a nod to the season’s biggest holiday.

Throw a brunch reception.
Having a midday brunch reception is not only guaranteed to be a surefire hit with your guests (who doesn’t love breakfast food?), but it’ll also help you make the most of your budget by cutting your alcohol costs way down. Your guests will love upscale versions of brunch favorites, like lobster eggs Benedict, roasted breakfast potatoes sprinkled with truffle salt and a Belgian waffle bar (with seasonal fresh fruit and homemade whipped cream). For your signature cocktails, put a twist on the classics with a garnish-it-yourself Bloody Mary bar and different types of mimosas.

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World's Fair Menu And Recipe Book: A Collection Of The Most Famous Menus Exhibited At The Panama-pacific International

World's Fair Menu And Recipe Book: A Collection Of The Most Famous Menus Exhibited At The Panama-pacific International

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<title> World''s Fair Menu And Recipe Book: A Collection Of The Most Famous Menus Exhibited At The Panama-Pacific International Exposition<author> Joseph Charles Lehner<publisher> The Lehner and Sefert Publishing Company, 1915<subjects> Cooking; Regional & Ethnic; American; General; Cookery, American; Cooking; Cooking / Entertaining; Cooking / Regional & Ethnic / American / General; Cooking, American; Menus; Panama-Pacific International Exposition/ (1915
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Food for Thought: A Menu of How to Eat and Live in Good Health

Food for Thought: A Menu of How to Eat and Live in Good Health

Food for Thought is the perfect book for anyone who has issues with food and is serious about making a commitment towards healthy living. Registered dietitian Susan Cox shares her personal problems with food, and she understands the frustration of those who suffer through endless, unsuccessful diets. Food for Thought is not a diet plan; it is a non-diet book. Susan''s integration of personal stories with sound nutritional advice makes this a fun, easy read that will teach you how to make your own nutritional and fitness decisions and control your own eating behaviors in a way that promotes a healthy lifestyle.Finally, a nutrition expert has written a weight management book that is practical and real. You won''t find page after page of mind-boggling biochemical nutritional big talk, just simple real-life wisdom and common sense guidelines. You don''t have to spend countless hours plodding through complicated diet books or waste time searching for the latest nutritional tips in health and fitness magazines. Food for Thought provides all the weight management information you need in a quick, simple, and personal read. Join Susan as she dishes up a smorgasbord of healthy, hearty Food for Thought!
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Brian Wansink, Ph.D, the author of “Slim By Design”, designed a quiz to see if you’re really making the healthiest choices when dining out. He’s got the answers to keeping your waistline while eating at your favorite restaurants.

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Jewelry Tree by Menu

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The Menu Jewelry Tree displays rings, watches, bracelets and earrings on a mirror polished aluminum stand, which is just as beautiful and sculptural as it is fascinatingly simple. Its heavy composition means one can add as much jewelry as one wishes without the stand tipping over. All in all, the Jewelry Tree is a unique and contemporary item for the modern man or woman.Menu, headquartered in Denmark, partners with designers to develop and produce a broad assortment of Scandinavian living accessories for the dining room, living room, kitchen, and garden.The Menu Jewelry Tree is available with the following:Details:Mirror-polished Silver finishMade of aluminumDesigned by Louise ChristShipping:In Stock items ship within 1 business day. Others usually ship within 2 weeks unless otherwise noted.Dimensions: Item: Height 11 In., Width 6.3 In., Depth 2.5 In.
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