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September 15th, 2012

My Other Passion: Fishing with Vets

Source: FoodService Director

Military service runs in Jim Doering’s family. Doering, foodservice director with Metz Culinary Management at Optim Medical Center in Reidsville, Ga., served for 20 years. His brothers also were in the military. Doering, who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom, was treated much differently after his service than his brothers were after their tours in Vietnam. […]

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September 11th, 2012

Don’t forget to grab fruits and veggies in the school cafeteria


More than a generation ago, hot lunch at school used to conjure up thoughts of mystery meat burritos, oily fries, white rolls and maybe tasteless, overcooked beans. Today’s school cafeterias offer a larger bounty of choices, including salad bars, more thoughtfully prepared dishes and a seasonal fresh fruit selection. As messages about healthier eating have […]

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September 7th, 2012

Local businessman named Conti professor

Source: Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal

Pennsylvania restaurateurs associate the name “Walter Conti” with fine dining and quality service. It’s a prestigious name that is also linked to one of the most prestigious honors available in the hospitality industry. The honor is being named Penn State’s “Walter Conti Professor.” That honor has been bestowed upon John C. Metz, executive chairman of […]

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