• Strengthen Your Team at FrogLegs Culinary Academy

    Tastes Like Chicken

    POSTED November 1, 2018

FrogLegs Culinary Academy is now open for business in Seattle’s University Village. The new location offers team-building activities, such as cake wars, a chili cook-off, a food truck challenge and a “Chopped” competition. Group classes are also available and include courses on food and wine pairings, beach picnics, desserts and appetizers. FrogLegs is also available for event catering—just in case you want to leave the cooking to someone else. 

In a recent study from CareerCast, meeting planners and event coordinators were ranked the fifth most stressful job. For those of us in the industry, that should come as no surprise. Between negotiations, acting as the middleman between clients and venue, intense deadlines and the unconventional hours, planners have a lot on their plates. We worked with Megan Diaz, senior business development manager at Minneapolis Northwest Tourism, to gather tips and tricks for finding some balance among the demands of this challenging career.

1. Stay Organized


—1.5 oz. Tito’s Handmade Vodka
—1.5 oz. Baileys Salted Caramel
—2 oz. half and half

Combine ingredients in a Belgian beer glass garnished with soft caramel along the rim, chocolate sauce and a chocolate branch. Looks fancy schmancy and tastes deee-licious!

Courtesy of Shore Lodge in McCall, Idaho


Gathering off-site and need a bar that adds a touch of elegance to your next event? Check out the options of Happy Hour Designer Bar Rentals. Offering a variety of styles that include custom, chalkboard, wood, mirrored and backlit bar-fronts and -backs, the rentals can be personalized for your event with colors, themes or logos.