It was my husband’s birthday last week and I snuck out of work for an hour to take him to lunch. He wanted the buffet at Sammy’s Pizza (and secretly, so did I)! I have never had someone pay for my meal without my knowledge or without knowing who they were and now I’m looking to find a man to say thank you and that’s where you come in.
Tony Dierckins is a local author, book designer and publisher. He has authored or co-authored almost two dozen books, will be presenting for Lunch With the History People. Tony will discuss “Duluth's Lost Grand Old Stage Theaters.” His presentation is derived from the book, which he co-authored with Maryanne C. Norton, entitled Lost Duluth.
A new survey of Americans’ workplace spending habits shows we’re dropping an awful lot on incidentals like coffee and restaurant lunches every year — $3,000 per person, on average.
After a successful soft-launch at select restaurant chains around the country, the newly-redesigned "Dip & Squeeze" ketchup packets from Heinz are coming to a grocery store shelf near you.
As a parent, you think you're doing the right thing -- packing a lunch for your child to bring to pre-school --- or any school for that matter. Packing it yourself lets you control what they're eating -- right?
But what if that lunch you're packing could make them sick...
As part of a growing trend to eat healthier and curb the onset of weight and health issues at an early age, school districts around the country have discontinued chocolate milk and other flavored milks from their lunch lines. Los Angeles is joining the trend - representing a significant population center that will no longer offer flavored milks.