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Dairy Belle Freeze

Hamburgers, shakes and ice cream restaurant.

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Burger Chef (Images of America) (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
Scott R. Sanders and Foreword by Frank P. Thomas Jr.Frank P. Thomas Jr., Donald J. Thomas, and Robert E. Wildman, owners of the General Equipment Company, entered into the fast-food business by opening a 15¢ hamburger restaurant called Burger Chef in Indianapolis in 1958. General Equipment was a manufacturer of restaurant machinery and built the equipment installed in each Burger Chef store. The partners started their new Burger Chef division to sell more equipment; they never could have imagined that Burger Chef would eventually grow to become the nation’s second-largest hamburger chain and beloved by customers in towns and cities across America. Burger Chef continued in business until 1982, cooking its popular flame-broiled hamburgers and introducing its memorable advertising icons, Burger Chef and Jeff.
The Ice Cream Maker: An Inspiring Tale About Making Quality The Key Ingredient in Everything You Do
Subir ChowdhuryInnovation, claims quality consultant Subir Chowdhury, is part of America’s DNA. No other country in the world matches America’s creative drive and its ability to turn innovative ideas into revolutionary products–from antilock brakes and steel-belted radial tires to sophisticated software and microprocessors. But as fast as we introduce new products, we lose the markets we establish to countries that know how to manufacture higher quality versions for less money. As Japanese and European firms win market share by concentrating on quality, America is continually forced to rely on innovation to stay ahead. In The Ice Cream Maker, Chowdhury uses a simple story to illustrate how businesses can instill quality into our culture and into every product we design, build, and market. The protagonist of the story is Peter Delvecchio, the manager of a regional ice cream company, who is determined to sell its ice cream to a flourishing national grocery chain, Natural Foods. In conversations with the Natural Foods manager, Peter learns how the extraordinarily successful retailer achieves its renowned high standard of excellence, both in the services it provides its customers and in the foods it manufactures and sells. Quality, he discovers, must be the mission of every employee; by learning to listen, enrich, and optimize, he can encourage and sustain the highest levels of quality in everything the company does.Like Fish! and Who Moved My Cheese? The Ice Cream Maker offers an essential and universal lesson about one of industry's foremost challenges in a thoroughly engaging style. For managers and executives, small business owners and entrepreneurs, The Ice Cream Maker is a compelling, eye-opening guide to the most effective ways to achieve excellence and become industry leaders on the global stage.
Ice: Great Moments in the History of Hard, Cold Water
Karal Ann Marling"Put your mittens on; you'll freeze to death!" admonish the world's grandmothers as the temperature plummets. No doubt the Arctic explorers--today in their GORE-TEX, historically in their woolens--needed no such instruction. Icy climes bring with them the dangers of frostbite, but also the poetic beauty of glaciers and ice shelves, of ice palaces and aurora borealis. Karal Ann Marling explores these topics and more as she considers the history of "hard, cold water." What better place to start than with dessert? The pleasure of ice cream on a hot day has been known since the sixteenth century, although it wasn't until a few hundred years later that reliable refrigeration made the treat readily available. Marling expands her icy explorations to the realm of fiction--the ice crossing in Uncle Tom's Cabin, the frozen wasteland of Frankenstein--and to the movies and Broadway. Cities vie for tourists by building shimmering ice palaces to celebrate winter; explorers compete to reach the poles, and not all live to tell the story. The study of ice by a true aficionado yields fascinating insights and may just inspire readers to embrace winter-or to make their way to the nearest ice cream shop. Karal Ann Marling is a professor emerita of art history and American studies at the University of Minnesota. She is the author, most recently, of Merry Christmas!: Celebrating America's Greatest Holiday and Illusions of Eden: Visions of the American Heartland.
The Candy Shop War
Brandon MullWelcome to the Sweet Tooth Ice Cream & Candy Shoppe, where the confections are a bit on the . . . unusual side. Rock candy that makes you weightless. Jawbreakers that make you unbreakable. Chocolate balls that make you a master of disguise. Four young friends--Nate, Summer, Trevor, and Pigeon--meet the grandmotherly Mrs. White, owner of the Sweet Tooth, and soon learn about the magical side effects of her candies.In addition, the ice cream truck driver, Mr. Stott, has arrived with a few enchanted sweets of his own. But what about the mysterious man in the dark overcoat and fedora hat? Why are all these "magicians" trying to recruit Nate and his friends? Who should they trust?The mystery deepens and the danger unfolds as the four youngsters discover that the magical strangers have all come to town in search of a legendary, hidden treasure--one that could be used for great evil if it fell into the wrong hands. The kids, now in over their heads, must try to retrieve the treasure first. And so, the war begins . . .
The Power of Who: You Already Know Everyone You Need to Know
Bob BeaudineBob Beaudine believes Networking is Not working for Americans any longer. This highly respected and well-connected head hunter shares his philosophy on what really works in identifying what your dream in life is and how to get it. With his unique 100/40 principle, Beaudine takes the traditional networking concept, shakes it up and rebuilds it, explaining that individuals already know everyone they need to know. He shows readers that they have established a powerful network simply by interacting with people in their daily lives. Beaudine explains this new way to achieve dreams clearly, in a step-by step fashion using his well-tested knowledge to break it down and help readers tap into the Power of Who. (2007)
The Restaurant Start-Up Guide
Peter Rainsford and David H. BangsA 12 month plan for successfully starting a restaurant.The all new edition of The Restaurant Start Up Guide focuses on what to do and when to do it advice for preparing to open a restaurant. This preliminary planner is an indispensable resource for anyone who is thinking of opening a restaurant. Complete with resources, timelines, sample financials, facilities checklists, and more, the would be restaurateur can be up and running in 12 months.
Kiss, Bow, or Shakes Hands, Latin America: How to Do Business in 18 Latin American Countries (Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands)
Terri Morrison and Wayne A. ConwayWhile there may be similarities among many Latin American countries, it is important for business travellers to understand the subtle differences and nuances among them. Understanding of the culture and customs behind the economic growth in Latin America, including the role that religion and the Church play in government and everyday life is essential. Countries explored in "Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands: Latin America" are Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Wilton Tasty Fill Set of 4 Mini Cake Pan Set
Create filled single-serving desserts with incredible flavor combinations using these convenient non-stock pans. The patented recessed design forms a contour you can fill with ice cream, fruit, mousse and more. A delicious surprise in every bite. Set includes four 4 x 1 1/4 in. non-stock pans; bonus recipe book with delicious ideas and complete instructions.
Streetwise Restaurant Management: A Comprehensive Guide to Successfully Owning and Running a Restaurant
John James and Dan BaldwinOwning and operating a restaurant is one of the most challenging endeavors an entrepreneur can take on -- the hours are long and grueling, staff turnover averages 130 percent, and many fail within their first year. Streetwise "RM" Restaurant Management walks readers step by step through each aspect of opening and managing a restaurant. The book covers the practical issues faced on a daily basis and offers tips from an experienced restaurateur about the risks and rewards.Operating a restaurant demands creativity and flair, as well as practical know-how. Streetwise "RM" Restaurant Management joins both these aspects and shows readers how to create both front-of-house ambience and back-of-house efficiencies. Coverage includes everything from financing and operations to menu planning and decor.Streetwise "RM" Restaurant Management shows readers how to: -- Select the right location-- Develop the menu-- Cut costs and operate more profitably-- Attain permits and licenses-- Market and promote ideas to generate positive word-of-mouth-- Manage staff
Running a Restaurant For Dummies (For Dummies (Business & Personal Finance))
Michael Garvey, Andrew G. Dismore and Heather H. DismoreThe easy way to successfully run a profitable restaurantMillions of Americans dream of owning and running their own restaurant — because they want to be their own boss, because their cooking always draws raves, or just because they love food. Running a Restaurant For Dummies covers every aspect of getting started for aspiring restaurateurs. From setting up a business plan and finding financing, to designing a menu and dining room, you'll find all the advice you need to start and run a successful restaurant. Even if you don't know anything about cooking or running a business, you might still have a great idea for a restaurant — and this handy guide will show you how to make your dream a reality. If you already own a restaurant, but want to see it get more successful, Running a Restaurant For Dummies offers unbeatable tips and advice for bringing in hungry customers. From start to finish, you'll learn everything you need to know to succeed.New information on designing, re-designing, and equipping a restaurant with all the essentials—from the back of the house to the front of the houseDetermining whether to rent or buy restaurant propertyUpdated information on setting up a bar and managing the wine list Profitable pointers on improving the bottom lineThe latest and greatest marketing and publicity options in a social-media worldManaging and retaining key staffNew and updated information on menu creation and the implementation of Federal labeling (when applicable), as well as infusing local, healthy, alternative cuisine to menu planningRunning a Restaurant For Dummies gives you the scoop on the latest trends that chefs and restaurant operators can implement in their new or existing restaurants.
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Tags burgers cream hamburgers ice shakes
Address 550 Burrard Street
Bentall Tower 5, Suite 200 Bentall Tower 5, Suite 200
Vancouver , BC V6C 2B5
Canada
Telephone+1.6046888974
Web dairybelle.com
Email pendingdeletionorrenewal@temporarystatus.com
Type Franchise