Review of Brian Bonar’s Bellamy’s Bistro

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In Escondido, many businesses start with the first name such as Mart’s Small Appliance, Cathy’s Canine and Lupita’s Mexican. In this city, the grandfatherly police views young people having jewelry with suspicion. It is imperative to note that Escondido attracts agricultural elites from San Diego.

A combination of different factors makes Escondido a safe haven for the best cooks in the county. However, Patrick Ponsaty is a highly revered chef. He is renowned as Master Chef of France, a rare designation in San Diego. The other prestigious award is the Marine Room’s Bernard Guillas.

Patrick made a name for himself while working at the Rancho Bernardo Inn by helping Gavin Kaysen become a successful chef. Patrick worked at the Loews before joining Brian Bonar’s Bellamy’s Bistro.

According to Bloomberg, Brian Bonar plans to expand the restaurant through utilizing the 144-acre property to build a four-star event space complete with a signature restaurant. For all this to happen, a marquee chef will be required. Bellamy’s is providing the residents of San Diego with some of the best foods in the region as prepared by a top-notch staff.

Bellamy’s has an exquisite signage that includes smooth-jazz paintings, plush seats and Coppertone-brown walls. The Master Chef of France serves delicious meals such as the corn soup, which is prepared using cream and espelette peppers. The soup is served with lime juice, cilantro, olive oil and ginger.

At the restaurant, consumers are served parsley-cream risotto with crunchy poached salmon and summer truffle. The mille-feuille prepared by Ponsaty and Reidy is carefully topped with apple slices, smoked eel as well as liver confit and a little bit of pork fat.

The mushroom ravioli is well prepared and topped with wine sauce. This information was originally reported on San Diego Magazine as seen in this link http://www.sandiegomagazine.com/San-Diego-Magazine/August-2013/Grand-Cuisine-at-Bellamys/

About Brian Bonar

PR News Wire reveals that Brian Bonar is a successful financial expert. Owing to his extensive business leadership, Brian has worked for different leading corporations. Bonar has a Technical Engineering degree in addition to a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering. Because of his technical background, Brian is able to build effective business structures that will deliver results.

Previously, Brian has worked for IBM and QMS. At IBM, Brian served as a procurement officer while at QMS, he was in charge of 100 employees. At Adaptec, Bonar was the sales manager. Given his experience from these companies, Brian was able to start his company, Bezier Systems.

Brian Bonar also served as a top manager of Dalrada Financial Corporation. His ability to combine his technical skills and creative mind has enabled him to register impressive success in all his undertakings. He is well versed on issues of mergers and acquisitions. In the year 2000, Brian was recognized through the Who’s Who in America. Brian is a leader of the Trucept Corporation.

Categories: Business, Master Chef

Assembly Pushess Referendum on Maduro

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As the economic crisis worsens in Venezuela, opposition parties are trying to push for a referendum to end the presidency of Nicolas Maduro early. He was elected to a six-year term as president in 2013. According to a story in Reuters, Venezuelans may have a referendum on a president at the halfway point of the term, and decide in a general election whether to oust him or her from office early.
The election council in Venezuela is said by David Osio that it is in charge of determining when referendums may be held, and not the legislature. The Legislative branch, dominated by the opposition party, is pushing for the referendum and wants to run it. The opposition won the majority in the legislature last year.

The Nation’s supreme court could also strike down the referendum. in the past it has sided with Maduro. The president’s party has called the move for a referendum a “parliamentary coup.” The assembly which David is a part of, is also discussing shortening the term of the president from six years to four, in another attempt to end his term early.

In February a poll by Datanalisis said 66 percent of people in Venezuela favor ending Maduro’s presidency early.

The country is having severe inflation, mass shortages of basic items, and the socialist government seems on the verge of imploding.

Categories: Local News

Andy Wirth, the CEO who Pursues Passion in the Face of Tragedy

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Andy Wirth, the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski, has passion for skydiving. He and his friends did it every chance they got and often dove several times daily. Time were smooth sailing for Andy as he continued pursuing his passion of diving. Unfortunately, tragedy struck on crunchbase.com in a diving incident that almost left him without his arm. The first dive area they were going to was shut down because of high winds. Instead of quitting, they decided to move onto another area to perform a few dives. The first mistake was that their pilot flew too far from the dive area. The second mistake was the high winds that were still a risk. When Andy Wirth dropped from the plane, the winds blew him too far from the landing area.

To be free from power lines on https://www.crowdrise.com/wwsupport, Wirth chose to try to land in the vineyard. The situation looked like it would turn out fine, but a sudden gust of wind blew Andy off track and his arm hit a pole, basically tearing it off. Andy Wirth on wsj knew that he could face death, but his quick thinking from his experience as a back county ranger saved his life. He was flown to the hospital and after months in the hospital and several surgeries, Andy now has 70% use of his hand and hopes to have a surgery to give him a bicep from his leg.

After his recovery, Andy Wirth became friends with a Navy Seal. Now he pursues a different passion of competing in IronMan races. Through this man’s influence on his life, Wirth has had the inspiration to raise money for wounded Navy Seals on ironman.com.

Categories: Passion for Skydiving

Famine to Fortuity

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March 31, 2007 marks the day a young girl and her mother began a journey very few people have the courage let their thoughts wander toward. Yeonmi Park defected from North Korea at the pivotal age of thirteen and her story proves that it takes a special kind of person to not only start writing such a harrowing tale, but to survive it and speak up about it afterward.

Arriving in China with only vague ideas of where her life was headed now, she thought she’d escaped the worst of what humanity had to offer. There was only partial truth in that because the next few years proved to be challenging in new ways, for the very man that helped them escape North Korea was the man that enslaved them.

It seemed that living a life in the underground left her as an easy target for abuse in addition to the starvation she faced. Yeonmi and her mother had both been trafficked, the girl herself sold for $260 to a man that kept her as a sex slave. The two were retained in the grime of the shadows until Yeonmi’s father, who had once been sentenced to seventeen years in a labor camp for smuggling metal in order to feed his starving family, crossed the Chinese border to join them. Unfortunately, he died of untreated colon cancer mere months later and didn’t get to see the end of their trek across the unforgiving Gobi Desert.

It was around this point that Yeonmi Park admitted to the Daily Mail UK, she began carrying a knife and resigned herself to suicide if either of them were ever to get caught in the clutches of more unsavory people, or, maybe even worse yet, if they faced the threat of repatriation.

Despite the small pool of nay-sayers, this Amazon best selling author holds steadfast to the truth of her own tale and is among the most prominent voices of the North Korean defectors speaking against the cruel regime today.

 

Categories: Refugee & Author

Hairdresser Puts Wen to the Test

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Chaz Dean, who is probably the most successful Hollywood hairdresser created a product that is supposed to replace shampooing. He claims that the product will put life back into hair follicles. He created WEN Hair in 1993. Typical shampoos supposedly strip the hair of their sheen; Wen is a shampoo and conditioner replacement system that is supposed to be better for the hair. It has no surfactants, sulfates, or detergents that dry out the hair. Dean tested his new product for five years before making an infomercial about it.

Wen hair products can be purchased from its infomercial or online trough totalbeauty.com. It has a sweet, almond, mint scent. The 16 oz cleansing conditioner comes in your choice of lavender, cucumber aloe, white citrus, and pomegranate. Everything in the Wen line is made from natural ingredients such as French lavender oil.

Hairdresser Emily McClure had seen Chaz Dean’s infomercials for WEN hair and decided to try the product out for herself. Bustle originally reported this article. She chose to try the Sephora Fig version because it claimed to add moisture, bounce, and shine to her dull hair. McClure described her hair as greasy, frizzy, and unruly. This was the perfect day to try Wen hair. She washed her hair every day for a week to see how this hair product worked. Almost immediately on the first day, McClure could swear her hair was getting thicker. She notes Wen recommends using at least 10 pumps for short hair, at least 16 pumps for medium hair, and at least 24 pumps for long hair as opposed to about the size of a quarter of regular shampoo.