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Roots T.
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4/1/18

I do cook and chef and bake and grill and mix my superior mad scientist drinks although since trucking i have been focusing on the future as the present dwindles away so fast. This means the future comes forward just as fast... i dream of a homegurl i can call on time after time and she can do her thang in the kitchen with a week notice before i stop into her town. And all of my homegurls would have four aspects in common with me: we like to eat that homecook meal, we like to get paid, we like to acquire wealth and we like to stay educated beyond normal capacities. How is all of this related to this site? Simple. One big meal for an indigenous two help create lively educated thoughts while sharing times of different whereabouts. It is a building process like building flattop pyramids everytime like-mindsets meet at the table where Afrikan food and drink is served traditionally if we two can be. This site shared between me and them benefits nicely. How many homegurls can i depend on to cook for me and build with me when over the road trucking? Only time itself knows....In the meanwhile, i have tried and cook a few recipes from this incredible site and my people said the recipes turned out great! Plus i had alot of dishes to clean but that was the military past. And yes i do help clean dishes when a homegurl cooks for me cause i am not that selfish....i also like Nandos in England which is Brazilianish foods(have not been there since 2007 so alot must have changed as i can only imagine). I like certain Asian and Latin American foods which are closer to my dna.

I travel as a OTR trucker so i see thousands of prospect buildings which would suit indigenous communities to eat top notch first class style of all the recipes within this site. She probably has more and to be even more honest with you i would create financial account separate for the author of this book or site and break her off a percentage of the after tax revenue monthly. Without the recipes it would not be a restaurant for the public or at home for the private. Real-time thinking like an 1900ish Tulsa Entrepreneur thinking ahead of time. If you thinking like i am thinking she can be the Founder based on the Name and Recipes and the Owner be business owner including the building. Maybe private restaurants in each country and only one to keep authenticity and from not being saturated like franchises most often do? Customers get tired of one and go find another which could be looked at as positive or negative from an indigenous economic point of view. This is why if you are seeing if you are aware of subsidiaries under one parent organization... different brands same parent. Clever or dirty? Depends on your ethical point of view. For example check out Realogy.com which is a different industry from the Food sector yet same idea applies. The keys to a successful food business is originality and the ability to expand though not saturate cause eventually the well runs dry if the mission is about taking taking push off push off push off. I have been told, by heads of restaurants no matter their gender yet age was past mine, the secrets of running a food business and to tell you the truth they all said the same thing yet located in different areas across the planet called Earth. And you know im already ahead of my time with secrets i carry with me like as if i was a wooden dummy sitting still in the rocking chair as many probably thought i was just hearing but i was listening to them. It's a difference...a vast difference. Let's put in work the DPO (Direct Public Offering) way; the more i look at her recipe book the more i can see a classy classy restaurant and its all about the location location location.... I love this site! My positive thoughts exactly. LEADERSHIP. Peace in.

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