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Pre Assembled Kitchen Units Buying Guide

Pre Assembled Kitchen Units Buying Guide

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Lexprience au temple de Guinsa a t plutt intense, bien quelle ait dure trs peu de temps. Elle a t intense en terme dmotions, de rencontres, de spiritualit, de beaut tout simplement. Le lieu, les personnes qui taient avec nous ont rendu cette exprience marquante. Les aurevoirs sont difficiles. Cest un peu comme si depuis Danyang, nous avions vcu une parenthse enchante dans notre voyage. Entre la rencontre de Jang Hi, notre hte, qui nous a partag une partie de sa vie quelle passe avec sa famille en voyage et tenir une petite auberge, la rencontre de Yoon, la dcouverte de la librairie perdue au milieu de la fort, le mont Birobong, le temple, la rencontre de Shreen, Bianca, Patrick, Claudine, Laure-Anne, Allan et Blanca, nous avons vraiment t gts.Depuis Danyang, nous prenons un bus en direction de la ville de Andong. Il sagit de la ville la plus proche du village hanok dHahoe. Sur notre guide la ville dAndong est recommande pour son march, sa proximit avec Hahoe et la culture des masques un peu la Comedia dellarte dans la rgion.Fait intressant : Le village dHahoe figure au patrimoine mondial de lUNESCO. Cest lun des villages composs danciennes maisons typiques corennes qui est le mieux conserv.Le long de la route menant Andong, nous observons principalement des champs et plusieurs panneaux solaires. Nous observons galement des hrons qui prennent leur envol lourdement depuis les champs de riz. Ils sont assez rigolos. De loin, ce sont des oiseaux trs fins et nous pourrions penser quils senvolent facilement. Et bien non. Ils avancent leur buste et leur long bec, commencent battre des ailes plus ou moins rapidement et finissent par senvoler. En revanche, une fois quils ont dcoll, ils rasent un peu les champs de riz et prennent de laltitude assez rapidement. A la gare dAndong, nous rencontrons quelques difficults pour trouver le bus que nous devons prendre pour nous rendre au motel que nous avons rserv. Notre chauffeur nous indique rapidement o il faut que lon aille, mais nous ne connaissons pas notre numro de bus. Il y a beaucoup de jeunes. Il semble que nous sommes en plein dans les heures de sortie des collges et lyces. Nous demandons en anglais des tudiantes de nous aider, mais ils se mettent rire sans nous rpondre. Une adolescente, moins timide que les autres, nous indique le numro du bus que nous devons prendre. Pendant que nous attendons, un groupe de jeunes garons en pleine crise dhormones se met chahuter. En un coup doeil, il est facile didentifier un gros dur, un plus fin avec des lunettes lair plus intello et trois autres. Le gros dur narrte pas de mettre la tte de celui lunette sous son bras, de le chatouiller, de le bloquer pendant que les autres rigolent. La scne est trs nervante. On a envie daller voir ce gros dur et de le remettre sa place avec ses amis. Cependant, le souffre douleur rigole aussi et ne sloigne pas Ils finissent par monter dans le bus avec nous. Le gros dur sen prend dsormais un autre membre de son groupe qui semble tre hypnotis par lui. Bref, 40 minutes de trajet avec des adolescents qui chahutent bizarrement dans le fond du busNous finissons par arriver notre motel. Nous dcouvrons les chambres de ces fameux motels qui parfois sont simplement destins aux couples pour quelques heures. Notre chambre est plutt grande et dcore avec un papier peint remplit de bouches de diffrentes couleurs. Une notice dinformation est pose sur le bureau prcisant quil est interdit de venir dans le motel avec des jeunes filles mineures maries Le matelas est dur comme du bton, ce qui nous surprend, si les personnes viennent passer du bon temps dans cet htel. Nous trouvons aussi diffrents accessoires comme des prservatifs ou un kit pour se ligoter. Bref, nous sommes un peu fatigus et cela nous fait plus ou moins rire.La ville de Andong me fait un peu penser Vierzon, ville situe dans le dpartement du Cher en France. Cest une ville tendue, mais avec une ou deux rues commerantes un peu touristiques et un march o lon trouve la fois des vendeurs de vtements, de casseroles, des restaurants de rue, des vendeurs de poissons, de viande, de lgumes, etc. Il y a tout au march. Mise part cela, la ville a un vieux quartier dhanok bien cconserv, mais que nous navons pas vu et elle est trs proche du village dHahoe.Nous nous rendons donc dans ce fameux village, le lendemain de notre arrive Andong. Nous prenons un bus pour nous rendre Hahoe. Nous tombons sur un chauffeur qui se croit sur un cricuit de course (pour changer), il se met doubler les voitures en pleine ville, acclre sur les dos dnes et les virages. A quelques reprises, on sest dit que lon allait finir dans le foss. Le village dHahoe est plutt mignon. Il y a plein dhanok trs bien conserves, mais nous ne pouvons pas rentrer les visiter, car des personnes vivent encore dedans. Cest plutt drle de voir des mercedes gares devant des maisons en terre et en bois. De lextrieur, les maisons semblent plutt rudimentaires. Nous sommes seuls dans le village, nous ne voyons presque personne et il y a peu dindications. Nous suivons le parcours recommand, mais mis part les noms des illustres personnes qui ont habit dans les maisons, nous nen apprenons malheureusement pas beaucoup.Fait intressant : Le village dHahoe reflte la culture aristocratique confucenne sous lpoque Joseon. Il comprenait des maisons des familles dirigeantes ou des hauts fonctionnaires. Il sagissait aussi dun village clanique, cest--dire que les familles qui vivaient dans le village se rclamaient dun anctre commun.Le village est entoure dune rivire, ce qui donne un ct trs charmant avec les arbres qui sparent la rivire de la route et du village. Nous nous arrtons dans une des hanok pour une dgustation de th. Dlicieux. Le cadre est magnifique.Aprs cette petite pause, nous avons un petit creux, mais malheureusement il ny a quune dame dans tout le village qui vend quelque chose manger : des brins de mas bouillis. Heureusement, car avec la chaleur nous commenons faiblir. En nous dirigeant vers le spectacle de masques, nous faisons une rencontre surprenante. Laurent et Evelyne, le couple denseignants franais que nous avons rencontr Danyang est aussi dans le village. La coincidence est plutt drle. Nous commenons discuter et ils nous racontent leur mode de voyage. Depuis plusieurs annes, ils voyagent en Asie, car ils apprcient les diffrents types de cuisine et surtout ils peuvent passer plus de temps en vacances plutt que de rester en Europe. Ainsi, ils ont fait plusieurs reprises la Chine, la Thalande, le Vietnam, le Laos, et bien dautres pays encore. Leurs meilleurs souvenirs de voyage sont au Laos et en Birmanie, quils nous conseillent de visiter. Nous assistons tous les quatre au spectacle typique des masques. Il sagit dun spectacle avec un groupe de musique et des petites scnettes qui sont joues par des comdiens qui portent des masques. En fonction des masques, les comdiens jouent toujours le mme personnage. Il sagit dhistoires populaires connues qui moquent les bourgeois, les moines bouddhistes ou qui dnoncent des situations injustes. Ces histoires courtes sont plutt drles et plus ou moins faciles comprendre avec les mimes des comdiens, mme si lon ne comprend pas le coren.Evelyne et Laurent partent direction Andong aprs le spectacle, tandis que nous dcidons daller visiter le muse des masques. Cest un petit muse intressant qui permet de prendre conscience que depuis des milliers dannes les socits humaines, sur tous les continents, se sont dotes trs rapidement de masques pour moquer des faits de socits ou pour orchestrer diffrents types de rituels spirituels. Cela me rappelle des cours danthropologie que javais suivi pendant ma licence et dont javais oubli quelques parties avec le temps.Fait intressant : Le plus vieux masque trouv en Core date de 5000 an avant J-C. Il a t ralis dans un coquillage. Le soir avant de rentrer lhtel, nous allons la dcouverte dun barbecue coren. Comme notre habitude, nous rentrons dans le restaurant en faisant confiance au nombre de personnes lintrieur. Le patron du restaurant a une aura qui rayonne travers son sourire. Cest un vrai plaisir de discuter avec lui et son barbecue est dlicieux. Il y a bien videmment de la viande, mais sur le ct du barbecue, il fait fondre du fromage avec du mas. Nous faisons fondre des oignons et nous mangeons le tout enroul dune feuille de salade. Nous passons un agrable moment dans ce petit restaurant.Le passage Andong est plutt mitig. Nous y avons pass quun seul jour complet et nous connaissant, je pense que ctait suffisant. Nous avons apprci le sjour, mais nous avons t un peu dus par le village dHahoe. Nous nous attendions ce quil y ait peut-tre des visites guides dans le village, plus de panneaux explicatifs en anglais, etc. Quant la ville dAndong, cest une ville qui se dveloppe avec les touristes qui viennent visiter Hahoe village. Dans les rues pitonnes vides de monde, nous trouvons des magasins de marques trangres comme le Coq sportif, Vans et dautres dont je nai pas retenu le nom. Cela nous donne une impression un peu superficielle de la ville.Ce premier coup de mou dans le voyage, nous amne parler beaucoup de lavenir. Nous avons du mal rester dans le prsent comme les moines du temple de Guinsa nous recommandaient. Cest fascinant quel point en quelques heures, notre bulle de voyage sest envole. Une seule image me vient en tte pour dcrire notre impression dAndong est il sagit des montagnes russes. Nous sommes monts haut avec beaucoup de plaisir et la cadence ralentie pour nous ramener plus vers les choses de la vie. Si nous parlons du futur, cest pour nous consoler de notre bulle envole et de notre mal du pays. Cela nous rassure et nous motive, mais il ne faut pas oublier ce que nous sommes en train de vivre pour ne pas se blaser des choses auxquelles nous commenons nous habituer
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Cabinet Door Hinges
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Cabinet Door Hinges
1. do you have a wine cellar?A wine cooler takes a wine from room temperature and chills it immediately to a ingesting temperature - it would desire to have diverse settings for whites and reds as they might desire to be enjoyed at diverse temperatures. A wine cellar is a climate controlled environment for the lengthy term storage - or cellaring - of wine------2. Refute this pls That the black race has never invented anything to the devpment of humanity excpt in music and?Blacks have invented and contributed a lot of things to the development of humanity. Things such as: The mechanical corn harvester, Automatic Lubrication System for railroads and heavy machinery, Elevator, Automatic Traffic Signal, Multiplex Telegraph system, allowing messages to be sent/received from moving trains, Steam-boiler/radiator, Railway Air Brakes that provided the first safe method of stopping trains------3. how to redo ugly laminated cabinets?You can paint over plastic laminates-provided you prep them first. Lightly sand/scuff them up to an even haze first. Second, invest in paint applicators,and paint, that will deliver a smooth even surface,specifically for over-topping plastic laminates. Thirdly, acquire pre-finished moldings that you can simply cut and place over the cabinet facings, to give them depth and character. Old-world charm does not mean dark and crude molding. It means depth of character,flair of theme and visual color contrasts. Minor changes from one cabinet to another ,if done very subtle,works to add a quality of magic that screams success, and brings your vision of 'your personality' front and center------4. Melamine vs latex for kitchen cabinets?Cabinets are the biggest investment in your kitchen and make an impact on the overall look and feel of your home. Even kitchen cabinets are subject to trends keep this in mind when choosing your new kitchen cabinets. What looks fresh today can look hopelessly dated a few years from now. Go with something that you like now and think you will in the years to come------5. We have cabinets to put together they are ply wood box w/ wood door they use cam lock system are these anygoodIt depends on the brand, the method of construction, the materials used and the quality of construction. Plywood boxes are a common method of making better quality cabinets. Frequently plywood with a maple veneer that is pre-finished is used in the best quality cabinets. Cheap cabinets use particle board for the boxes and pressed board with some kind of man made veneer or coating on the outside.------6. How to repair missing chunk of wood from cabinet door?there are two parts to this the cosmetic and the structural.first remove the door.the cosmetic goes two ways . if you have the piece all the better use a block of poly or a poly ethelyne sheet with a wood block to press down the on top of the piece with gorilla glue or titebond III WITH CLAMPS held fast.. if not then locate a scrap of the same kind of wood, sand/grind the broken area out with a 4.5 inch angle sander grinder (dewalt paddle is my fav) and make a new piece that will mirror the divot. glue into place and then reshape the edges flat. structural. drill out the screw holes to a size of dowel rod oak or poplar that seems appropriate so that when you drill the dowel out for the screws there will be plenty of dowel meat for the screws to seat in. gorilla glue the dowels in and when cured flat sand and drill out the screw holes. use new stainless Phillips screws.------7. How can i make my own kitchen cabinet doors for cheap?trying to make you own cabinet doors could be more trouble then its worth.i would recommend re facing you old cabinets and repairing or replacing the hinges .re facing is something that takes time but a cheap way to give your kitchen a new look. take the doors off and remove the hardware sand the doors and outside of the cabinets and paint the cabinets and replace the hardware------8. I think My house may be haunted who do i turn to?Some of your problems could be caused by infrasound. Infrasound is vibrations resonating at a lower frequency than can be detected by the human ear. It is thought to cause visual disturbances, feelings of anxiety or unease and movements in some objects (caused by vibration). Possible sources of infrasound could be air conditioners (and various other machines) or perhaps weather conditions. Despite what you may hear in the media, there have never been any substantiated hauntings. What you are experiencing may be unpleasant but I doubt you have anything to be seriously concerned about. Please visit the link below for some additional background info.------9. Has anybody had any experiences with American Woodmark kitchen cabients (they sell at Lowes and Home depot)?my experience as a contractor has shown me that the inexpensive cabinets that are available at Lowes or Home Depot are fine if you are aware of a few things. Even though the cabinets look great they often have inferior hinges(good hinges are expensive) Another thing that is really important is that you must have very accurate measurements as to your kitchen layout and design, take a photo and also make an accompaning drawing with dimensions when you order your cabinets. good luck!!------10. Where do I drill the holes?Most integrated machines have a template provided for the purpose of guiding you and showing exactly the hinge drill position, most kitchen cabinet companies either provide a pre-drilled custom door front to suit your new machine or, a blank door for drilling, so I assume this is a later addition to an existing kitchen ? If the existing holes are not correct and may interfere with the new drillings, fill the holes with an epoxy wood filler and let it harden, your hinge sinking drill will then not vary, drilling them freehand with a drill will not form a good hole, it is much safer to use a bench drill which will keep the drill upright, protect the door finish when drilling, I usually use a scrap of hardboard for this. Please be very careful when doing this operation, there are dangers involved that you may be unaware of.------11. How can I reattach a kitchen cabinet door hinge with plastic dowels?I think a similar question has been answered before but I can't find it at the moment.Open that hinge and unscrew the metal screws that are now holding the plastic plugs to the hinge.Use 2-part epoxy to attach the plastic plugs into the craters in the cupboard side. Take care to get them located in exactly right position and flush with the surface. If necessary make a jig using scrap wood. Use clamps or a jig to hold everything in position until set.Level the feet on the washing machine (one or more will have a hexagonal nut you turn to raise or lower that foot)Ensure you always load the machine so that it doesn't get out of balance. Some machines have that sort of problem with part loads. Check the manual.Accept that despite all the above, the material and fixing method are too weak for the stress you are applyingAdd two additional hinges to the two that currently support the door. You can buy those hinges and you can also buy installation kits that include the appropriate sized forstner bits and jigs to align and locate the holes properly------12. Is it possible to hide the hinge of a door that opens outward? If so, how?For a private place of abode an inward taking off door is safer and makes it possible for the setting up of a exhibit screen door. A lifeless bolt helps guard the door against undesirable get entry to. All public homes with an occupancy over twelve human beings ought to have outward taking off doorways for public egress.------13. How do you think my story is coming along? It's still in progress... constructive criticism, anyone?valuable comments is comments kindly meant that has a objective of growing to be to be advancements to 3 concern of one extra beneficials man or womans life or artwork. often valuable comments refers exceptionally to the critique of anybody elses written or imaginitive artwork, in probable a instructor/student atmosphere, that could desire to enable that man or woman to larger develop the artwork or to augment their equipment to long-term endeavors. even whether, valuable comments could additionally stick to to an important reasoned assessment of a man or womans habit, as in a sufferer/therapist atmosphere or an company therapy atmosphere. mothers and dads additionally attempt to hire valuable comments to help their youthful toddlers develop their lives------14. What is the difference between European cabinets and others?Kitchens designed in the European or Euro kitchen design use full overlay doors, concealing most of the cabinet frame or box. Sometimes frame-less box construction is used for the kitchen cabinets with concealed hinges. The kitchen Euro cabinets include a higher toe kick area with a light valance molding placed below the cabinet doors to hide lighting. The cabinet doors themselves use wood cuts to show long vertical grains or unusual polyesters imported from Italy, Germany or France.------15. What is the difference between full overlay and half overlay hinges?Rockler has a great guide on understanding hinges.Full overlay hinges are for individual cabinets or the cabinets on either end of a run of cabinets.(Source)Half overlay hinges are intended for pairs of doors in the middle of a run of cabinets, where two doors have their hinges mounted on opposite sides of a shared middle partition.(Source)Although the images above illustrate a frameless cabinet, the concept is the same for a face frame cabinet--though depending on your design you may get to choose whether or not you want to use half overlay with face frame cabinets.If you are unsure what you need, many vendors of high-quality hinges are happy to spec exactly the hinges you need based on the specs of your cabinets------16. How to make a secret compartment in a drawer?If you are a beginner or have done some woodworking you will find these plans easy-to-follow as the instructions are very clearly written The woodworking plans are straightforward so they are not complicated at all. Even if you are a total newcomer to woodworking you will simply be able to master all the techniques that are needed and the woodworking skills very quickly by following the concise and clear instructions. Another thing which is so great about these woodworking plans is that there have been some videos included and there are some to guide you in how to build benches home furniture dog houses bird feeders sheds and much much more------17. How to antique cabinets - any pratical advice?Remove the cabinet doors, as well as the hinges, knobs and other fixtures. The process of antiquing cabinets is much easier, and you will get more streamlined results if you take your cabinets apart before attempting an antiquing treatment. Remember to set the screws, hinges and other attachments in a safe place where they won't get lost. Use sandpaper to rough up all of the cabinet surfaces that you plan on antiquing. Be sure just to remove the top finish. High-gloss cabinets will require extra sanding. Clean the cabinets with a wet rag so that paint will adhere to them, and make sure they are free of sanding dust. Glazing involves applying a thinned paint mixture, called a glaze, over the cabinet surfaces in order to create antique white cabinets. Distressing is a method of visually aging wood by causing intentional damage to the surface with a variety of instruments. Crackle finish is a faux painting technique for antiquing cabinets that results in a crackled paint effect. Glaze your cabinets. Distress your cabinets. The purpose of distressing is to achieve an effect of years of wear and tear. When antiquing cabinets, you may distress them as much or as little as you prefer. Apply a crackle finish.
The Insane $43 Billion System That Gets Food Delivered to Your Door
The Insane $43 Billion System That Gets Food Delivered to Your Door
The temperature in D.C.'s Columbia Heights is pushing 100 degrees as Armaye Ejigu swaddles space blankets around two precious scoops of Baskin-Robbins ice cream.Shortly after 11 on a recent Thursday morning, a woman ordered the frozen treat to her house in downtown D.C. And now Ejigu, a driver for the third-party food delivery firm DoorDash, has fleeting minutes to move the ice cream from the Baskin-Robbins's counter to his car to her door -- all in record-setting summer heat."It's not hot food, so it's a little more challenging," Ejigu said, adding that his job becomes much more difficult when he can't find parking in the area.Delivery is the hottest thing in the restaurant business right now -- but as many restaurants are finding, the trouble is keeping it cold. Or crisp, in the case of french fries. Or warm, in the case of pho.Eager to join a booming food- and restaurant-delivery market, dozens of third-party services have sprung up to address those logistical challenges. Food delivery is already a $43 billion business -- and will be worth $76 billion by 2022, according to an analysis by Cowen and Co.,an investmentbanking firm.Companies such as DoorDash, GrubHub and Caviar are now delivering everything from pepperoni pizza to duck confit. Aside from Baskin-Robbins, which has recently launched delivery from 600 stores in 22 cities, brick-and-mortar chains McDonald's, Wendy's, Jack in the Box, Red Robin, Cheesecake Factory, Outback Steakhouse and Buffalo Wild Wings have all in the past year partnered with third-party services to launch or expand delivery.These services don't merely provide drivers such as Ejigu: They also develop the insulation in his red, corporate-branded cooler bag and the algorithms that determine he's the fastest driver for a job.DoorDash's delivery time for Baskin-Robbins's products averages 12 to 13 minutes."It's just a little hard because -- ice cream melts," said Carol Austin, the vice president of marketing at Baskin-Robbins. "Working with a third-party, we believe we can do it."Industry analysts and executives such as Austin say a confluence of factors helps explain how restaurant delivery got so hot. For starters, the modern consumer is busy -- too busy, often, for a lunch break or dinner at a sit-down restaurant.Thanks to services such as Uber, they're also accustomed to getting things on demand, said Bonnie Riggs, an analyst at the market research firm NPD. And rather than lose those customers to food trucks, fast casual or meal kits, more restaurants, and more types of restaurants, are aiming to compete with delivery.But most restaurants lack the infrastructure and logistical expertise to launch such operations themselves. That challenge is compounded when their products -- think: ice cream -- don't naturally travel well."We do a lot of research around that," said Stan Chia, the chief operating officer at GrubHub. "I want to make sure that if we deliver a milkshake in Phoenix when it's 110 degrees out, it still arrives to the customer as if it was served in the restaurant."GrubHub is a heavyweight in the world of third-party delivery. According to the market analytics firm 1010data, the Chicago-based company and its subsidiary Seamless accounted for well over half of all restaurant delivery in the last quarter of 2016.But the field is growing exponentially more crowded. Yelp has put its full weight and marketing power behind delivery since purchasing Eat 24, the No. 3 service, in 2015. UberEats, officially launched a year later,rapidly expanded into more than 20countries.Amazon has recently entered the fray, as have previously regional players such as Foodler and Caviar.Representatives from several of these delivery companies said frozen items are far from their only challenge."We've seen every type of food," said Nick Adler, who leads Caviar's market operations. "We've had people say, 'You can't deliver burgers and fries.' But then we put them in touch with someone who has."Anything that pairs wet and dry ingredients -- such as soft-shell tacos, loaded gyros or avocado toast-- risks getting soggy in transit, delivery executives agreed.Restaurants and delivery services have also struggled with hot, crispy foods, such as grilled sandwiches, thin-crust pizza and french fries -- the white whale of delivery. The insulation that keeps these foods warm while they travel also locks in steam, risking sogginess and overcooking."Some restaurants are very proud of very crispy fries," Chia, of GrubHub, said with a sigh. "But they have a short shelf life."To address these issues, delivery services undergo lengthy consultations with restaurants when they partner up, advising them to change how they prepare "problem" foods or cut them from the delivery menu all together.GrubHub recommends that Neapolitan pizzas spend seven more minutes in the oven crisping when they're being delivered, for instance.And Caviar has designed instructional stickers to help customers reassemble foods such as pho and ramen.The company also swears by stand-up to-go cups for fries -- clamshells are essentially a Styrofoam steamer, Adler said.On top of the emphasis on packaging, delivery services have also invested heavily in their logistics technology: algorithms designed to improve the timing of delivery pickups and minimize how long it takes a driver to get from point A to B.Many use cutting-edge mapping tech to match drivers with orders based on traffic, travel time and distance. Caviar -a subsidiary of the business tech start-up Square -even tracks how long its restaurants take to prepare each menu item, to better time drivers' arrivals.That sort of technology is beyond the ambition of all but the largest restaurant operators, said Riggs, the NPD analyst."That's why we're seeing such strong growth in delivery right now," she said. "There are so many of these third-party providers, and they're giving more opportunities to operators who didn't want to take on the responsibility for getting into this market."Not all restaurants are eager to embrace those "opportunities," of course -- particularly since they may come with costs. Delivery services typically charge a per-order fee for their services, which can bite into tight margins.Some restaurants have found that delivery checks tend to run a lot lower, because customers don't buy alcohol. Franchisees also worry, Riggs said, that given the option, customers may choose to order in rather than go out. On top of that, there's the risk to the restaurant brand if an order arrives late, soggy or melted.For Panera Bread, which plans to offer delivery at 40 percent of its chains by the end of the year, that was all too much."Managing quality all the way to the consumer is one of the biggest concerns for us," said Blaine Hurst, the company's president and the overseer of its delivery operations.In contrast to the vast majority of its peers, the soup and sandwich chain has built out an in-house delivery system of its own, hiring 10,000 new employees in the first half of 2017. When they're not dropping off orders -- mostly at lunch -- those drivers return to the mother ship for food prep and cleaning.It's not a "100-percent efficient" system, Hurst acknowledged. But it has yielded a sales increase, on average, of 10 percent or $5,000 per week at the franchises that have adopted it.Hurst, who helped launch the first national online delivery service at Papa John's when dial-up was still de rigueur, is confident those numbers will continue to grow."Delivery is all about convenience -- getting what you want, how and when you want it," Hurst said. "I think our lives are increasingly busy, and we're getting increasingly used to that convenience."Baskin-Robbins is certainly hoping that will be the case. The company has spent the past year working out how to deliver ice cream, said Austin, the marketing executive, and calculating whether there would be enough demand to even support such an ambitious project.After researching and testing the available third-party providers, the company launched a pilot in four test markets earlier this year. On July 6, it expanded to an additional 600 stores in 22 cities, with more planned for the future.Most urban consumers can now order Baskin-Robbins's full menu on-demand -- minus the whipped cream. The company found, to its "disappointment," that it deflated during delivery.But customers don't seem too upset: Baskin-Robbins is finding that people order more toppings when they order online. Ejigu's Thursday morning order is for a mint ice cream cake and two scoops of ice cream with rainbow sprinkles.The 34-year-old delivery driver orders at the counter, like any other customer. The credit card he pays with is a company card; it charges to DoorDash, which will then charge the Baskin-Robbins orderer. The ice cream goes into a takeout bag, which goes into a silver space blanket, which goes into a cooler bag, which goes into the trunk of Ejigu's car.Ten minutes later, a woman grimaces at the heat as she opens her front door."Try to stay cool out there," she says, after Ejigu hands her the ice cream.He smiles and heads back to his double-parked car, ready for the next in a day of deliveries.Read more:How fast shipping is making us more impatientWhy many restaurants actually don't want you to order dessertThe Chipotle effect: Why America is obsessed with fast casual food
Understand Lsu Football
Understand Lsu Football
An Introduction to lsu footballThe 1896 Southwestern Presbyterian football team represented Southwestern Presbyterian in the 1896 college football season. It was the school's first team, and played its first game against VanderbiltOther uses of lsu footballÅžaban, a Turkish film characterÅžaban, the Turkish name for the Islamic calendar month Sha'abanSaban Entertainment, a defunct television production companySaban Center for Middle East Policy, part of the Brookings InstitutionSaban Theatre, Beverly Hills, CaliforniaSaban Bowl, an annual football game that is part of the Alabama-LSU football rivalryNotable alumni of lsu footballEddie Doucet (Class of 1942, as Jefferson High School), state representative for Jefferson Parish from 1972 to 1988; businessmanEddie Fields (Basketball) (Class of 1973) was a basketball player better known as "Fast Eddie" with the Harlem Globetrotters. Fields was named to the top 100 high school basketball players in New Orleans history by sportsnola.com.Randy Hilliard (Class of 1985) Was an American football defensive back who played for three teams with the National Football League.Art Lentini (Class of 1971) Served as a Republican in the Louisiana State Senate from Jefferson Parish from 1996 to 2008. He practices law in Metairie.Mike Miley (Class of 1971) An athlete known for his two sport talents while attending LSU, Football position QB and Baseball shortstop. Football fans nicknamed him "Miracle Mike" while at LSU. He has an Annual Sportsmanship award given at LSU in his name. Mike opted to leave early for the 1st round draft choice in 1974 by the MLB. Switch hitter and shortstop with the California Angels played from 1975 to 1976, until his death in 1976 at the age of twenty-three. Airline Park Playground was renamed in his honor.Neil Reed (Class of 1994) Was most recognized for his choking incident with coach Bob Knight while attending Indiana University. He was named Louisiana Player of the Year in 1994 and was a two-time state MVP. He was listed in the top 100 high school basketball players in New Orleans history by sportsnola.com.John Schroder (Class of 1979), a businessman and developer, is the current state representative from St. Tammany Parish. John Schroder was also on the football team coached by End coach Jimmy Kytle is East Jefferson's current principal.Otis Smith (Class of?) Was a former NFL cornerback and current defensive assistant coach for the New England Patriots of the National Football League.Joseph Winn (Class of 2003) Was drafted 275 overall pick by the Chicago Whitesox in the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft.Marty Wetzel (Class of 1977) Played for Tulane University then drafted in the 10th round by the New York Jets 1981-1982. While he played at EJ Wetzel, as a Co-captain along, was a starting Tightend and a "as needed" Linebacker.(His End coach Jimmy Kytle is East Jefferson's current principal.)Dwight Walker (Class of 1977) Played running back for Nicholls State University. Then drafted in the 4th round by the Cleveland Browns as a RB and WR from 1982 to 1984. Played for the New Orleans Saints as a WR 1987.Joe Brockhoff (Class of 1956) Head Baseball Coach at Tulane University from 1975 to 1993. Brockhoff also played baseball in the New York Yankees organization.Ricky Chapagrall and Ronnie Chapagrall, (Class of 1973) Wrote the Bleu Raeders Cadence, a derivative of the East Jefferson Cadence (which they also wrote). David Arthur wrote the melodic parts (East Jeff Class of 1977). This cadence was used by the Championship Bleu Raeders Drum and Bugle Corps. This cadence is used by L.S.U., Ole Miss, and schools and colleges along the Gulf Coast.Matthew Brunson is the guitarist for the bands Crowbar and Kingdom of SorrowMicah Blunt (Class of 1978) was a basketball player who was the first player out of Louisiana to be selected to the McDonald's All-American Game. Blunt was drafted in 1982 by the Los Angeles Lakers before playing most of his career abroad. He was also listed in the top 100 high school basketball players in New Orleans history by sportsnola.com.Julie Skinner Stokes (Class of 1988), a Certified Public Accountant and small business owner, is the current State Representative from Jefferson Parish.Richard Montalto (Class of 1969) Composer. Professor Emeritus, Mississippi University for Women.J.T. Curtis Jr., Head Football Coach for John Curtis Christian School, One of the most successful coaches in High School Football History with 500 plus wins.
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