By Zosha Millman, SeattlePI Updated 10:19 am PDT, Monday, August 27, 2018 Renee Erickson will stop serving chinook salmon in her restaurants in order to help the whales. She got the idea after seeing J50 (pictured) mourn her dead calf. Renee Erickson will stop serving chinook salmon in her restaurants in order to help the whales. She got the idea after seeing J50 (pictured) mourn her dead calf. Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Renee Erickson will stop serving chinook salmon in her restaurants in order to help the whales. She got the idea after seeing J50 (pictured) mourn her dead calf. Renee Erickson will stop serving chinook salmon in her restaurants in order to help the whales. She got the idea after seeing J50 (pictured) mourn her dead calf. More restaurants opt to stop serving salmon after watching J35's grief 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Following in Renee Erickson's footsteps, more restaurants … [Read more...] about More restaurants opt to stop serving salmon after watching J35’s grief
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Devra First Globe Staff August 18, 2018 This month, Bon Appetit magazine named its 2018 Restaurant City of the Year: Portland, Maine.So close, and yet so far. Seafood, charm, New England panache: What’s Portland got that Boston doesn’t?Just two weeks earlier, the website Eater had released its annual 18 Best New Restaurants in America. There wasn’t a Boston-area restaurant on the list — nor in Eater’s most recent America’s Essential Restaurants package. Advertisement Boston wasn’t represented in Food & Wine’s annual Restaurants of the Year, or its Best New Chefs package. (Yume Ga Arukara, in Cambridge, was, however, a surprise pick for Bon Appetit’s list of 10 best new restaurants.) Get The Weekender in your inbox: The Globe's top picks for what to see and do each weekend, in Boston and beyond. … [Read more...] about Why don’t Boston restaurants win national awards?
On a recent episode of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran invested in avocado-based Brooklyn eatery Avocaderia. Each investor offered $US200,000 for a 10% stake, giving the restaurant a $US2 million valuation. The Brooklyn-based restaurant serves a wide variety of dishes that all use avocado, seeing success since day one with millennials lining up to get a taste of the avocado dishes. To understand the hype around the soon-to-be-chain restaurant, I went there for myself to try out some of its avocado-based dishes. On February 11, “Shark Tank” investors Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran invested a combined $US400,000 for a 20% stake in the Brooklyn eatery Avocaderia. The fast-casual restaurant, founded by the Italian trio of Alessandro Biggi, Francesco Brachetti, and Alberto Gramini, is making the most of the millennial avocado craze by serving avocado-based salads, sandwiches, bowls, smoothies, and desserts. Biggi came up with the … [Read more...] about US Shark Tank investors Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran just invested $400,000 in an avocado-only restaurant — here’s what it’s like to eat there
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John, aka ESI Money, was a business executive for 28 years before he retired at age 52 with a $US3 million net worth. He writes about his journey to early retirement and everything that comes after it on the blog ESI Money – it stands for earn, save, invest. For Business Insider’s “Real Money” series, John shares how he spent his money during a week in May. Want to share a week of your spending? Email your [email protected] I retired at 52 in August 2016 after a 28-year career as a business executive. My wife and I are what some would call “fat FIRE” – we live off the income our assets produce, not having to drawdown the assets themselves. Our income-earning assets include real estate (14 units we bought after the housing crash in Michigan), websites (both ESIMoney.com and RockstarFinance.com, which I bought this past December), dividends from our Vanguard index funds, and interest from cash. My wife works – it started as a … [Read more...] about I retired at 52 with a $3 million net worth — here’s what a week of my spending looks like