Congratulations to Cafe Milano and Franco Nuschese on 25 wonderful years in Georgetown!
Dog Tag Bakery is working with Washington, DC’s Ice Cream Jubilee on a new flavor called “Share the Love.” The combination of Dog Tag Bakery’s “share the love” chocolate brownies and toffee blondies with Ice Cream Jubilee’s classic chocolate ice cream can be purchased as a pie or pint. And Ice Cream Jubilee will donate 10% of the proceeds to Dog Tag Bakery and its veterans program!
Learn more and order your Thanksgiving Pie today!
Join Dog Tag Bakery on Monday, October 30th at 6:30 pm as they host Chef Bill Yosses, former White House pastry chef and author of The Sweet Spot. Dog Tag Bakery is located at 3206 Grace St. NW in Washington D.C.
Bill Yosses’ baking mantra is treat sugar like salt. It is the grace note to a great dessert — where flavor is king. As the former White House pastry chef, hired by George W. Bush and kept on through the Obama years, Yosses worked closely with First Lady Michelle Obama to transform the White House kitchen into a low-suger, high on nutrients machine and was dubbed “the Crustmaster” by her husband, President Obama. It was there that he perfected the art of baking with fresh ingredients and a focus on flavor. Now he shares his baking techniques, favorite recipes and some stories in his new book, The Sweet Spot.
I had the pleasure of hosting a book signing to celebrate Sisters First, a new book by Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush. The event, held at The Jefferson in Washington, DC, was also co-hosted by Tammy Haddad, Mark Dybul and Anita McBride.
Read more via The Washington Post’s ‘Reliable Source’: Jenna and Barbara Bush on who’s the troublemaker and who’s the shy one
Photos by Bruce Vartan Boyajian
National Network members recently visited Dog Tag Inc. to learn, take notes, and bring best practices to their own organizations and employer partners.
As employers in every sector struggle to find candidates for hard-to-fill jobs, they are looking to fresh ideas for managing their talent pipeline. Two promising approaches are recruiting veterans, whose military experience and acquired employability skills poise them for success in a civilian career, and implementing work and learn models that give candidates key work experience and skills. When these two approaches are combined, positive results abound.