BACON! You need it.

I haven’t written about a work adventure in while… so here’s something we’ve been up to!

Wright Brand Bacon to be exact!
Here are a couple of breakfast creations designed and orchestrated by Aaron McCargo from the FoodNetwork, he’s the host of Big Daddy’s House and he also won The Next FoodNetwork Star last season.
He was here to do some video shorts for our websites this week. He made a bacon stuffed french toast pocket and bacon egg cups with mushrooms and herbs as a few breakfast options, 2 of the other recipes was a chicken roulade and hamburger roll both of which are of course wrapped in bacon… proving the well known fact that you REALLY CAN wrap anything in bacon. Try it – you’ll be amazed!

I love doing the videos, there is so much prep work that goes into them and the attention to details is something I really LOVE! Setting up each table setting is probably my favorite part, that and saying ACTION, QUIET ON THE SET & THAT’S A WRAP! 

If it ain’t broke… don’t break it just because you can

I sometimes wonder if some people just pick something to “call out” or change because they feel like they should put their 2 cents in on a decision. I can’t say I’m not guilty of this, but there’s a strong change that at times some people take this power way overboard!
I’ve been in meetings where a group is reviewing concept designs and after everyone has gone around the room and given feedback, someone feels the need to say something totally off topic or something that goes against the entire groups thinking. I know – it could happen, that not everyone agrees on an idea – it should happen, but the moral of the story is don’t wait until the very end. Voice your opinion early and constructively.
The same goes for complaining just to complain, I’m more guilty of this than the above noted. 
So, with all that said, I’m hoping by getting back into my blog and writing more that will help with my own complaining. I know I’m very blessed in my life. I have a wonderful boyfriend – who gets the most of my complaining and I can’t be appreciative enough for his listening to me. I’m very grateful to have job in this economy, especially knowing that my old team at my previous company was eliminated – things do happen for a reason. I have really great friends of all walks of life that definitely keep me grounded and learning every day.  I’m lucky to have my entire immediate family in such close proximity, even though that streak of luck is not always so evident. 

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