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📒Setting The Table ✍ Danny Meyer
📝Setting the Table Book Synopsis : In October 1985, at age twenty-seven, Danny Meyer, with a good idea and scant experience, opened what would become one of New York City's most revered restaurants—Union Square Cafe. Little more than twenty years later, Danny is the CEO of one of the world's most dynamic restaurant organizations, which includes eleven unique dining establishments, each at the top of its game. How has he done it? How has he consistently beaten the odds and set the competitive bar in one of the toughest trades around? In this landmark book, Danny shares the lessons he's learned while developing the winning recipe for doing the business he calls "enlightened hospitality." This innovative philosophy emphasizes putting the power of hospitality to work in a new and counterintuitive way: The first and most important application of hospitality is to the people who work for you, and then, in descending order of priority, to the guests, the community, the suppliers, and the investors. This way of prioritizing stands the more traditional business models on their heads, but Danny considers it the foundation of every success that he and his restaurants have achieved. Some of Danny's other insights: Hospitality is present when something happens for you. It is absent when something happens to you. These two simple concepts—for and to—express it all. Context, context, context, trumps the outdated location, location, location. Shared ownership develops when guests talk about a restaurant as if it's theirs. That sense of affiliation builds trust and invariably leads to repeat business. Err on the side of generosity: You get more by first giving more. Wherever your center lies, know it, name it, believe in it. When you cede your core values to someone else, it's time to quit. Full of behind-the-scenes history on the creation of Danny's most famous restaurants and the anecdotes, advice, and lessons he has accumulated on his long and ecstatic journey to the top of the American restaurant scene, Setting the Table is a treasure trove of innovative insights that are applicable to any business or organization.
📒The Art Of The Table ✍ Suzanne Von Drachenfels
📝The Art of the Table Book Synopsis : A comprehensive guide to the dinner table covers manners, settings, tableware, history, and lore.
📒Tablescapes Setting The Table With Style ✍ Kimberly J. Schlegel Whitman
📝Tablescapes Setting the Table with Style Book Synopsis : In Tablescapes: Setting the Table with Style and Flair, socialite, high-end event planner, and consummate hostess Kimberly Schlegel Whitman shows how to set the stage for special-occasion meals by setting a beautifully creative table with flair and panache. Featuring some of the most exquisite china, silver, and crystal, Whitman shows how she develops decorating themes appropriate for any occasion-from sit-down dinners for a few guests or buffets for many, to bridal and baby showers, holiday dinners with the family, and al fresco parties at the beach. Personalized table coverings are one of her specialties, and this book has a plethora of ideas.
📒Setting The Table ✍ James Schexnayder
📝Setting the Table Book Synopsis : Preparing Catholic Parishes to Welcome Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People and Their Families
📒Setting The Table Laying Down Tricks ✍ Grace Mabon
📝Setting the Table Laying Down Tricks Book Synopsis : A set of delicious recipes from South and North Carolina that feature herbs and food stuffs in the Southern Hoodoo tradition. Use these recipes as successful workings to get what you need for you and those you love!
📒How To Set A Table ✍ Potter
📝How to Set a Table Book Synopsis : This hip, fabric-covered guide includes creative ways to style a table--whether for a sit-down dinner, cocktail party, brunch buffet, picnic in the park, and other fun get-togethers Whether you live in a small apartment or sprawling suburban kitchen, How to Set a Table features stylish, modern ideas for welcoming family and friends in your home. This gift book, wrapped in a pretty, printed fabric, serves as a practical step-by-step guide to entertaining--with extra information on etiquette, place setting basics, centerpieces, mixing and matching, essential glassware, and napkin folds. With unexpected ideas for using all the great tableware you can find at flea markets, chain stores, or around the house, How to Set a Table updates a classic topic for a new generation of hosts.
📒Setting The Table Laying Down Tricks 3 ✍ Grace Mabon
📝Setting the Table Laying Down Tricks 3 Book Synopsis : A set of delicious recipes from South and North Carolina that feature herbs and food stuffs in the Southern Hoodoo tradition. Use these recipes as successful workings to get what you need for you and those you love!
📒Setting The Table ✍ Rita Nakashima Brock
📝Setting the Table Book Synopsis : Once upon a time, 'woman theologian' was something of a contradiction in terms. No more! This collection of essays offers a dynamic look at the emerging consciousness of feminist theology, how it has grown, and how it is creating a new vision for the church.
📒Setting The Table ✍ Kathryn L. Ness
📝Setting the Table Book Synopsis : "A long-needed comparison between Spanish and Spanish colonial sites, showing how both inform us about Spanish identity at home and abroad."--Charles R. Ewen, coauthor of Hernando de Soto among the Apalachee "The first systematic attempt to consider the eighteenth-century archaeological record in Spain and measure it against the decades-long research in St. Augustine. It is long overdue and valuable."--Russell K. Skowronek, coauthor of Ceramic Production in Early Hispanic California: Craft, Economy, and Trade on the Frontier of New Spain Examining ceramics from eighteenth-century household sites in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, and St. Augustine, Florida, Setting the Table opens up new interpretations of cultural exchange and identity in the early modern Spanish empire. To analyze and compare tableware from these far-removed locations, Kathryn Ness proposes and employs a new vessel-based classification system to bridge the differences between existing systems. Her findings show that on both sides of the Atlantic, similar major changes to dining practices and foodways developed at almost the same time. Ness argues that early modern people were creating and expressing a distinct Spanish-American identity that retained some traditions from the home country while welcoming new ideas from an increasingly global network. A volume in the Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen Series