At Amazon.com, we not only have a large collection of local delivery food products, but also a comprehensive set of reviews from our customers. Below we've selected a subset of local delivery food products and the corresponding reviews to help you do better research, and choose the product that best suits your needs.
Ms. Olvera's perspective, insight and review's of local Chicago eatery's and local markets is an ideal reference for any food lover. This book is delectably written and informative. A flawless gift for any Foodie!! Highly Recommend!
"Not about Farming, But about how to start a Farm Business" - By Larry
To start, in case it has not been clear, this book is NOT ABOUT FARMING! Its about HOW TO START A FARM BUSINESS!!! This book looks at the business side of things, with a farming twist. It goes through and explains the common things needed to know about how things work when starting up. So, for me, I can see this helping me write a business plan. It doesnt show me how to write a business plan, look elsewhere for that. But when you are writing your business plan, you can reference this book to see if there is anything you missed.
The only thing I didnt like were the "Inspirational Stories" inside each chapter. While they were great to read about, there are two sides to every story. While reading these stories, it made me feel as if I can only succeed and not fail at this. I ... full review
app is very responsive and it let's you get right to the point of ordering your food. better than just going online and ordering. I prefer this app more than any other piazza app out there. I love this app. I love this app. I love this app but the review process is a pain.
I received this as a Christmas gift to go along with the previous two series of the F word. In this series, all the usual cast are present- Gordon, the amateurs who think they can cut the mustard in order to cook at Claridge's, Jean Baptiste, Janice, Gordon's special dinner animals (this time it is pigs), and celebrity guests. The structure of the show is unchanged from the previous two seasons, and the show downs between the special guests and Ramsay are delightful. As for actually utilizing the recipes offered by Ramsay in the show, I haven't as a lot of it seems more elaborate my simpleton's kitchen can withstand. Overall, I thought it was just as entertaining and enjoyable to watch as the other two, but there was one thing that stood out for me. Gordon Ramsay, Mr. Arrogance and Intestinal Fortitude, berater of vegetarians, goes deer hunting and ... full review
"The first of its kind; specifically for commercial food photographers" - By Melissa (Austin, TX)
I have read and collected books on food photography over the years, but they are usually geared towards the secrets of food styling or food photography for natural light, editorial-type shoots. Campbell's book is the first of its kind, created especially for commercial photographers. Campbell divides the books into two sections. The first section covers the business of commercial photography. Here we learn about running a commercial studio, the business tasks involved including paperwork and billing, and he even discusses the chain of command during a photo shoot. The second section provides specific examples (and mouth-watering photos) of shoots he's done, complete with inside tips, tricks and lighting diagrams. This book also contains an online bonus exercises and content that you can unlock by registering your book online. This book is a definite must-read for anyone considering becoming a commercial food photographer!
"Love this soil, but VERY stinky! lol" - By Theresa Christie (Clovis, New Mexico)
The soil smells very close to what a fishtank smells like....and no wonder because it has stuff from the sea in it....but that's ok because the performance of the soil erases any care about the smell. It does dissipate once you've planted with it and it's been out in the air...but boy when I opened the box from Amazon I had to rush it right out to the garage so it would'nt stink up the house! lol I've had seeds sprout after only a couple days in this soil....It rocks! (btw, no fertilizer is needed for 30 days with this soil...nor did I feel the need to put any in the soil...) Just seeds, soil and a grow lamp and heating pad. Sprouts very quickly! Had NO issues with gnats/flies/bugs in this soil....very pure, good quality. Love it! :)
"One of the Best Games on the DS! Get it while you can!" - By C. Bell (Bay Area, California)
The game stars a young teenager, Neku, a kid sick and tired of the world and the people in it, who wakes up in a strange version of his hometown with all his memories gone. It turns out to be a game organized by a strange group that calls themselves "Reapers" where he has to work with this strange preppy stalker girl, Shiki, to win the game in 7 days or face "erasure"!
The game play takes a little time to get use to, but feels extremely satisfying when you do get good at it. You control Neku at the bottom screen with the stylus and control Shiki at the top with the buttons, at the same time. This sounds a little confusing, at first but you quickly do get the hang of it, the game also features many ways to adjust the difficulty to your liking. You equip ... full review
We are enjoying Pirq a lot. Wish they would remove restaurants that are no longer in business and add new place more often. Taco Del Mar happens to be our favorite fast food outlet and is well respresented here.
Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
"Chateau du Lait Blanc, watch out!" - By Philip Tone (San Diego, CA USA)
One should not be intimidated by Tuscan Whole Milk. Nor should one prejudge, despite the fact that Tuscan is non-vintage and comes in such large containers. Do not be fooled: this is not a jug milk. I always find it important to taste milk using high-quality stemware -- this is milk deserving of something better than a Flintstones plastic tumbler. One should pour just a small dollop and swirl it in the glass -- note the coating and look for clots or discoloration. And the color -- it should be opaque, and very, very white. Now, immerse your nose in the glass and take a whiff. Tuscan transports you instantly to scenic hill towns in central Italy (is that Montepulciano I detect?) --- there is the loamy clay, the green grass of summer days, the towering cypress. And those gentle hints of Italian flowers -- wild orchids, sunflowers, ... full review