Originally posted on RocketNews24:
Times always change. New things come and old things fade away. Depending on your age and location you may have some fond memory of milk being delivered by a horse-drawn carriage or going to a so-called “vi-dee-oh store” to rent a moving picture etched onto some weird magnetic tape or disc.
And some Japanese people may reminisce about the Showa period of Japan when food delivery men would ride around on bicycles carrying an absurd amount of food on a single shoulder.
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Originally posted on Eav Daily Tips:
So… Why Do Empire Avenue Missions anyway?
My purpose for doing missions is to promote my blog. Everything I do is to promote my blog, and to increase SEO to get more people to my blog from search engines and from social media sites.
So I create missions on Empire Avenue to do that. I would like to have comment on my blog posts but I do not expect it from my Empire Avenue Missions. What I am really looking for is to get shares on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, google+, etc.
In Empire Avenue you are not allowed to require any type of engagement. So I hope for the social media shares. Sometimes …. Read the complete Article
Un bento végétarien et bio au restaurant, c’est possible, c’est au restaurant Kaiseki et c’est Hissa qui le prépare.
Le Maître Restaurateur de la Maison Kaiseki, son “bento” végétarien. Bento signifie “repas pratique” au Japon…. http://t.co/7ZAQFvqgmc
— Maître Restaurateur (@AFMR_Officiel) 23 Mars 2015
Le magazine Le Chef a réalisé un sondage auprès de 512 chefs internationaux ayant 2 ou 3 étoiles Michelin. Régis Marcon, en Haute-Loire, figure dans le top 50 des 100 chefs au monde “chez qui il faut avoir été”.