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Diced carrot and turnip mixed with peas and diamonds of French beans, as a vegetable garnish.
The breast of duck that was fattened for its liver; usually cooked rare in that it has little fat.
Lean in that it has little or no fat; or Lenten, meaning a dish suitable for eating during Lent.
A head waiter or restaurant manager.
It is a contract between the owner of the property and a hotel operator (management contractor) by which the owner employs the operator as an agent to assume the full responsibilities for operating and managing the hotel. The operator can be a hotel chain with a reputed name and market image, such as Hilton, Sheraton, Best Western etc.
The snow or sugar pea, grown to be cooked and eaten whole in the pod.
The number of rooms nights a property sells compared with the total number of room nights within a market area.
A system of interrelated activities formulated to plan, price, promote and make available the services or products offered by the hotel to potential customers or guests in a particular target market.
The combination of the four 'P's' or marketing which is Product, Price, Place and promotion. Read more about the marketing mix.