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Restaurants are notorious for their low-margin business model. After all is said and done, their profitability ranges from 5% to 10%, a number I’ve gathered from a variety of National Restaurant Association articles and surveys. The reason for its low margins is because of the prime cost — food cost and labor — which typically accounts for more than 55% to 65% of the revenue.
As technology rapidly advanced, so did innovation within the food and beverage sector. Third-party apps like Uber Eats, Grubhub and DoorDash have made ordering out easy with just a click of a button — no need to step foot in the restaurant. It is with the advancement of this technology that has allowed new businesses like virtual kitchens, also known as cloud kitchens, ghost kitchens or
This Greek revival home is a replica of the antebellum D’Evereux Hall mansion in Natchez, Mississippi. The mansion features a spiral staircase, two kitchens, and custom cypress flooring throughout the 7,450 square foot home.
The home, located at 123 Shannon Road in Lafayette, has 6 bedrooms, 4 and a half bathrooms, is on the market for $2.95 million.
Six fluted Doric columns stretch out across the front porch with a custom designed wrought iron balcony. The timeless design on the front patio is of old cypress, with brick floors from old Chicago bricks finished with beeswax.
The home is centered on two lots, for a total of one and a half acres.
Inside, the two story foyer has a custom-made ”free standing spiral staircase” with oak handrails and a Labarden custom-made chandelier. (Photo: Parish Pix)
Inside, the two story foyer has
There’s no place like home…
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Joyce Kitchens’ internationally-experienced interior designers keep up-to-date with modern trends and technology and will guide you in what matters when creating a beautiful and functional living environment. As kitchen, bathroom, laundry, study, luxury walk-in-robe and cabinetry specialists, our designers’ detailed ideas and 3D-design presentations will give you confidence that you’re going to love your new space.
From their Perth factory, skilled cabinetmakers craft and install each bespoke piece just as Joyce Kitchens have been trusted to do for more than 11,000 local families over recent years.
Indeed, Joyce Kitchens’ local history dates back to the late 1800s, so you can have trust knowing they’ve built their reputation on their commitment to quality, yet affordable and easy, custom-designed renovations.
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Meals center on our culture, our ideas of home and family, they open up the community to a broader table. Sitting down to eat together can be powerful. Of all the questions that come up when opening a food business, though, Abudu of Kafé Mamai acknowledges that ’why’ is the most complex. For Abudu this may be especially true. While he loves to share his “culture and experience,” he is also passionate about using his small business to support others in his local community and around the globe. In August, Abudu worked to organize a fundraiser in support of Yemeni children.
Abudu, like several others who are aware of the Yemeni crisis, has felt called to action. Yemen lies at the center of concurrent crises. While war threatens the lives of citizens,
PORTLAND, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Recipe searches have surged and yeast supplies have dwindled as people take up cooking as a new stay-at-home hobby. Since today is National Cooking Day, it seems an especially fitting time to tie on an apron and celebrate at home—or, if you’re lucky, in a vacation rental. At this point in 2020, we could all use a getaway and a little comfort food, right?
Whether you’re ready to hit the road, planning ahead for the holidays (when a prime kitchen is essential), or simply looking for design inspiration after an DIY marathon, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite chef’s kitchens, selected from Vacasa’s 25,000 professionally managed vacation homes:
- Whidbey Island Modern Farmhouse, Greenbank, WA
- Heaven on Haines, San Diego, CA
- Hiawatha on Star, Sayner, WI
- Cactus Wren, Scottsdale, AZ
- Seabury Escape, Bar Harbor, ME
- Oceanwoods 424, Kiawah Island, SC
“Over the past several months, vacation
The coronavirus pandemic has left corporate kitchens dramatically underutilized, while growing unemployment has driven the city’s food insecurity numbers to unprecedented levels. Feeding America and the Atlanta Community Food Bank estimated that 16 percent of people in the 29-county service area of the food bank would be food insecure. With many out of school, 26 percent of children, one in four, might go hungry.
To address the staggering divide, Second Helpings Atlanta and the ACFB joined forces to launch the Atlanta Community Kitchen Project, which connects hunger relief agencies and commercial kitchens with the goal of providing hundreds of thousands of meals to Atlanta families in need.
In the spirit of tikkun olam, Bold Catering & Design partner Robby Kukler joined to fire up his own corporate kitchen to work closely with Second Helpings Atlanta and the ACFB to prepare more than 40,000 meals for food insecure people around
North America’s Largest Vacation Rental Company Dishes Up Its Six Picks
Recipe searches have surged and yeast supplies have dwindled as people take up cooking as a new stay-at-home hobby. Since today is National Cooking Day, it seems an especially fitting time to tie on an apron and celebrate at home—or, if you’re lucky, in a vacation rental. At this point in 2020, we could all use a getaway and a little comfort food, right?
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Whidbey Island Modern Farmhouse, Greenbank, WA: A copper hood and wooden beams bring warmth to the farmhouse-style kitchen, with wraparound views of the Puget Sound. (Photo: Business Wire)
Whether you’re ready to hit the road, planning ahead for the holidays (when a prime kitchen is essential), or simply looking for design inspiration after an DIY marathon, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite chef’s
Wood has long been used to create kitchens, but architects and designers are finding subtle ways to reimagine the material in the cooking space. Interiors reporter Natasha Levy selects seven standout examples.
The Rye Apartments, UK, by Tikari Works
Spruce-wood cupboards inset with subtle grooves feature in the kitchens of these apartments in south London’s Peckham neighbourhood.
The cabinets and the surrounding cross-laminated timber walls are meant to lend the homes a cosy, domestic atmosphere. Extra warmth is provided by brass door handles and amber-flecked terrazzo that runs across the floors.
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Ti Clara, Portugal, by Atelier Espaço P2
Atelier Espaço P2 felt that a natural material palette offered “the most honest and true solution” for the overhaul of Ti Clara, a historic home in the Portuguese municipality of Ansião.
The kitchen has therefore been set within a wood-lined gabled niche. Pale plywood
When the coronavirus pandemic kept people at home, navigating the unknown, four Central NY food entrepreneurs baked up new business ideas.
In lieu of food trucks, farmer’s markets, or opening a traditional storefront, these business owners opted to launch on social media first. Using Instagram and Facebook to market their products and connect with customers, they have each forged a path into the food business world despite the challenges of 2020.
These bakers and candy makers dealt with ingredient shortages due to the pandemic and space limitations, but each of them expressed wanting to do more for their communities and to make people happy during this tumultuous time.
We may be able to walk into their storefronts in the future, but here is how to try these homemade goods now.