Restaurants are one of the most frequently started small businesses, yet have one of the highest failure rates. A business plan precisely defines your business, identifies your goals, and serves as your firm's resume.
This case study considers the way in which food microenterprises in Wales and Brittany leverage characteristics of place to develop food tourism experiences.
Bowen, R. (2021). Cultural representation by local food microenterprises. In D. B. Morais (ed.), Tourism Microentrepreneurship. Emerald.
The history of food and drink in America is an exciting tale of unexpected twists and turns that are even more amusing than the oft-repeated myths. In 800 intriguing articles (from over 200 contributors), the Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America covers the significant events, inventions, and social movements in American history that have affected the way Americans view, prepare, and consume food and drink. In an A-Z format, this two-volume set details the regions, people, ingredients, foods, drinks, publications, advertising, companies, historical periods, and political and economic aspects pertinent to American cuisine.
Many of our favorite movies come with a side of iconic food moments: the elaborate timpano from Big Night, Charlie Chaplin's dancing dinner rolls in The Gold Rush, the orgasmic deli fare from When Harry Met Sally, or the redemptive birthday cake from Sixteen Candles. In this cookbook, author Andrew Rea (of the hit YouTube channel "Binging with Babish") recreates these iconic food scenes and many more. With recipes from more than 40 classic and cult films, Eat What You Watch is the perfect gift for both movie buffs and home cooks who want to add some cinematic flair to their cooking repertoire.