Water Filtration Gives Guests Peace Of Mind

Posted on: 27 March 2015

If you run a restaurant that uses tap water for much of its water supply, you might want to consider adding a water filtration system that covers the entire restaurant. Tap water in the United States is generally safe to drink, but for many people, especially those visiting the United States from another country, tap water does not always equal safe and drinkable. The psychological effect of growing up never drinking tap water can make trying to drink it anywhere a real challenge.
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Why Do We Eat Corned Beef On St. Patrick's Day: The History Of Corned Beef

Posted on: 24 March 2015

The Irish tradition of eating corned beef on holidays goes back as far as the 12th century. The beef was preserved with salt, which was measured in units known as corns. This preserved the meat so that it would not spoil. Beef was a lot harder to come by in ancient Ireland, so bacon or ham was often used as a substitute. During the potato famine that began in the 1820's, over half of the immigrants that came to America were from Ireland.
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