“To salt or not to salt that is the question…” the culinary vs. health debate rages on.
THE BOOZE BIN By Pia Mara Finkell (@piamara) This weekend marked a changing of the guards as the Oprah of the wine world, Robert Parker, tapped one of his core writers, Antonio Galloni, to review California wines for The Wine Advocate. While his personal brand left its irrevocable mark on the wine industry, this move [...]
By Jason Stemm As a child, I remember a bowl of plastic fruit atop my aunt’s end table. I hadn’t thought about it in years until standing outside the Jelly Belly booth at the Winter Fancy Food Show last month. I was holding the latest item to come out of their “Wonka” lab, peas and [...]
THE BOOZE BIN By Pia Mara Finkell (@piamara) Millennials have been called a lot of things, some nicer than others. Let’s get the negative ones out there first: unfocused, fickle, coddled…all entitlement, no drive. As for the nicer stereotypes (likely coming from our ever-adoring helicopter parents), we’ve been called confident, upbeat, experimental and open [...]
by Michael Whitlow Our three Virginia offices shared the “Best Places to Work” spotlight (see Principles pay dividends) with a defense engineering company by the name of Valkyrie Enterprises last week, winning our top spot in the small business category as they earned theirs in the mid-sized category. For CRT/tanaka, this was a wonderful tribute to follow a [...]