Larry Bates, director of dining services for Riddle Village in Media, Pa., would be in law enforcement if he weren’t in foodservice and doesn’t understand the hype around sustainability.
Getting to know and talk to the residents. It sounds cliché, but they can really be great.
Listening to invalided complaints, or my commute.
My two children.
We just had a resident celebrate a 65th wedding anniversary and they want to serve Sloppy Joes.
Learn to play guitar.
Patience, I need it.
That my kids will not grow up not happy and successful with the potential direction this country is heading.
Coach Andy Reid, that's if the Eagles win the super bowl this year!
I love too much to pick, but there is nothing like a good rare steak!
Eating late while watching a movie
Fruit and chopped garlic.
Green and sustainability. Business was always conducted local, when conditions permit, because of transportation cost. Green is an invented word that wastes money.
Snails. I’ve had everything imaginable, but who would think of eating a slimy snail? Common, but weird.
Live each day like you can make a difference, because you can. We will not be judged by what we do while people are watching, but what we do when no one is watching at all.
Sky dive. If I chicken out, to catch a fish more than 50 pounds.
Any vacation would be a dream, but warm with blue water is a start.
I would like to have seen how Stonehenge was built. I would also have love to see the Roaring ‘20s to before the Depression.