The Importance of Training

We’ve all had it happen, right?  You roll your cart into the checkout line, place your groceries on the conveyor, and look up at your cashier only to realize that you’ve chosen the newbie line.  Now that intake of breath that just happened and the casual glance at your watch confirms what everyone thinks at…

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Keep an Eye on the Details

We’ve all heard that old adage – take care of the little things and the big things will take care of themselves.  Most clichés are well-worn sayings because they are true, and this is no exception.  This also brings another cliché to mind:  Some things are easier said than done. If taking great care of…

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Lessons Learned From Vacation Spot Businesses

    We all strive to provide that service that delights our customers.  I recently visited the awesome Cape San Blas and Port Saint Joe areas of Florida.  This charming coastal town off The Gulf is your typical summer getaway spot – rows of large houses suitable for families, a beautiful bay area, and the ocean…

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Welcome to A Recipe For Service

Greetings, All! I want to welcome you to the first post in my new blog.  I want to start with a very little about me.  I am an accidental culinarian – falling into this amazingly dysfunctional career and loving every minute of it.  For twenty years I have worked my way through kitchens and dining…

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