I live in Boulder, Colorado, arguably one of the hiking capitals of the country. If I leave my desk where I spend my days creating foodservice content, I can literally be on a trail enjoying the view above in 15 minutes. If I'm hightailing it, I can make it in 10. And that includes drive time to the trailhead.
I hope we all realize it, but we're lucky. We get to work in an industry that's fun, fast-paced, ever-changing, and cool. After all, when you tell people what you do for a living and what industry you're in, what kind of reaction do you usually get? The bottom line is foodservice is hip.
This is one of the most useful pieces of content you'll read all year. That is, if you don't already know the trick to shucking corn.
It's with a heavy heart that I write this blog post.
This morning, I woke up to the news that Anthony Bourdain had killed himself in a hotel room in Alsace. One of the most intriguing writers of my time killed himself in what is one of the most intriguing parts of the world I've ever visited.