Re-mixing classic breakfast dishes for a pizza pie, the Uncle Maddio's new morning recipes include homemade ranch dressing and tomato basil sauces, roasted and caramelized vegetables including green peppers, onions and mushrooms, along with pan scrambled eggs, premium ham, bacon and sweet Italian sausage.
New breakfast Panini options include ingredients such as Canadian bacon, egg and cheese, sweet sausage, egg and cheese and the bacon, egg and cheese. The Uncle Maddio's breakfast calzone break-zones include made-from-scratch traditional or whole-wheat dough. The new recipes include The Mediterranean, The Country Boy and Good Morning Italia. Each break-zone features homemade sauce, such as tomato basil and barbeque, fresh cheeses, scrambled eggs and marinated meats and vegetables, according to a news release.
"We see breakfast as a natural step to provide our customers with the most choices in Charlotte," said Uncle Maddio's Chef Pizza Maker Matt Andrew. "We look forward to serving early morning patrons, and seeing how we can grow our breakfast appeal in markets where breakfast is a natural fit."
""We are very excited to now offer breakfast at Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint in Uptown Charlotte," said Jerry Licari, Uncle Maddio's Charlotte-area franchise owner. "Our customers are craving more from Uncle Maddio's, and we are happy to deliver with innovative and creative new breakfast items, along with fresh fruit, premium coffee, and fresh-squeezed juices. We 'Serve With Love' at lunch and dinner, and look forward to greeting customers earlier in the day with our soon-to-be famous breakfast pizzas, Panini and break-zones.""
Who said breakfast pizza was a dumb idea?? LOL :-)
Google article title if interested, "Uncle Maddio's testing breakfast pizzas"
GLTA (Longs that is) :-)
Not to mention safer. Currently, car accidents are one of, if not the, leading causes of death. It's projected to virtually eliminate traffic deaths. Beyond saving lives, imagine the savings for our health system, insurance system, the increased productivity from these savings, plus the fantastically more efficient traffic management!!!! The list goes on!!!!!
GLTA (longs that is) :-)
Check out the video with the article. It's short, and you only see some of the new areas, but gives a feel for the impressiveness of the additions that have been made to the winery.
Google article title if interested, "New tasting room at Willamette Valley Vineyard is impressive"
"Whenever we have guests in town, we nearly always take them to Willamette Valley Vineyards for a visit to taste their wines. It’s a great way to show off two of the jewels of our state, the wine industry, as well as our beautiful surroundings."
"The exterior of the tasting room building may look the same, but don’t let it fool you. You’ll be awed the minute you step through the double doors." YES YOU WILL. :-)
"Taking visiting friends and family to Willamette Valley Vineyards has always been a treat for our family, and it enhances the experience of our visitors. The new tasting room is sure to impress them even more and help make their visit a memorable one."
GLTA (Longs that is) :-)
"When Android founder Andy Rubin stepped away from the mobile operating system he helped create, rumors suggested he would pursue his lifelong love of real robots instead. Now, The New York Times reports that those rumors were true: Google has purchased seven different robot companies for a secretive new robotics initiative — and placed Rubin at its head."
"The story apparently comes from Rubin himself, who granted the Times an interview but wouldn't provide many details about Google's plans. Apparently, the robot group is distinct from the Google X lab, which has become synonymous with the company's crazier hardware projects, such as self-driving cars and balloon-powered internet. However, Rubin said that the new division — which could even be spun off as a separate company — is still pursuing a "moonshot" of that sort. Currently, Rubin is hiring roboticists for the project, which the Times reports will maintain offices in both Palo Alto and Japan."
Another good article on the topic, Google article title if interested, "Android founder Andy Rubin's secret Google project: building real robots"
Google article title if interested, "Meet your robot overlords: Google makes big robotics play, acquires seven firms in 6 months"
There NOT doing this as an X project. They have taken the step and crested a DIVISION for this effort. Means they are SERIOUS. All goodness for iRobot, the opportunity is accelerating, we are the experts, AND we own the BRAND, "iROBOT". :-)
"Google has launched an aggressive effort to develop a new class of robots, acquiring seven companies in the last six months and putting the man behind Android in charge, according to a New York Times story published Tuesday night."
“It’s a pretty exciting day for robotics,” he said. “When someone like Google makes an investment like that in robots, others are likely to follow suit. It can only spur investment and innovation.”
Google if interested.
Jarvik Heart lands approval from the Japanese Pharmaceuticals & Medical Devices Agency for its Jarvik 2000 heart, a left ventricular-assist device.
"The Jarvik 2000 is capable of supporting patients as small as 4' 6" tall & weighing less than 85 lbs. and as big as 6' 2" tall & weighing more than 225 lbs., by utilizing different speeds for the different sizes."
Yeah, but at least its coverage. Visibility is a good thing. Can't completely subscribe to the old, "the only bad press is NO press" like the media types do, but there is some truth in that, even for equities. This is still a supply and demand game, and more eyeballs means more potential buyers.
Good point, and I was not thinking about it that way. PT and buy out probably should be looked at differently, so guess we can give the analyst a little break with his LOW numbers. $50 and $800 mill valuation sound more fair to me, especially when we consider our brothers at THOR and HTWR. :-)
GLTA (Longs that is) :-)
$16 per share seems light. That only gives us a valuation of $256 million. Our solution is SUPERIOR to Circulite's. They should have given #$%$ least a $20 PT, to equal the $320 mill that HTWR committed/PAID, and personally, I believe SSH deserves a premium over what HTWR paid for Circulite. :-)
If interested in complete article, Googl title, "Sunshine Heart (SSH) on Watch Following Heartware's (HTWR) $320M Deal for Circulite"
"Summer Street analyst Mark Landy reiterated a Buy rating and $16 price target on Sunshine Heart (NASDAQ: SSH) Monday after Heartware (NASDAQ: HTWR) announced that it is buying Circulite for $320 million. $30 million upfront in cash and stock with the remaining $290 million in milestone payments for up to 8 to 10 years. "
To me it was a contrived short stunt. Four publications hit with the same store, different details, different people interviewed, on the same day? About a topic, that they really ALREADY new the answer too, but NOBODY included?? How does that happen??? All four writers, got the same idea at the same time, completed their stories, got them through editing and publishing, and they all hit the same day, and did not include the ANSWER, we already KNEW???? Seems like a contrived, and orchestrated short attack. :-( All for MONEY, who cares if we scare the XXXX out of patients.