Leadership In Practice #136 - NxJ Test Kitchen Thursdays
Adults · Learning
"Test Kitchen Thursdays" (formerly known as Fermentation Friday). The first Thursday of every month, Chef Dani will teach LIP to show how to cook delicious, gut-healthy foods to upgrade your health and wellbeing. This Thursday we'll be making bone broth. It tastes amazing and is great for your digestion, and has lots of nutrients that may also help joints, immunity, skin, sleep and more.
Here's what you'll need, and the recipe: (Ingredients for 10 portions)
1 lb chicken bones (carcass) (sold at whole foods but if you need to substitute, you can use any cut of chicken with bones)
2 lb veal short ribs bone in (sold at whole foods but if you need to substitute, you can use any cut of beef with bones)
2 lb ox tail
1 head of celery root
1 lb Idaho potatoes
1 lb carrots
½ bunch of parsley
½ bunch of cilantro
1 branch of rosemary
2 spoons of olive oil
Salt Water 8 quarts
Use your biggest soup pot. Preparation:
1-Cut all the vegetables except leeks in mirepoix (diced half-inch size)
2-Cut the leeks lengthwise in halves and thinly slices
3-Roast the chicken bones and beef bones in the oven at 350 degrees F for 10 minutes
4-In a soup pot, cook the vegetables with olive oil, starting with the leeks on low, then after 10 minutes add the rest of the vegetables, cook for 5 more minutes, and then add the meat and the bones and pour in the water. Let it simmer for 2 hours, then add the herbs and seasoning, cover it and simmer with lid on for 30 more minutes.
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Charlie Kim, Founder & Co-CEO of Next Jump. Charlie founded Next Jump in 1994 in his college dorm room. He grew the business to 150 employees in the first dot-com boom, soon to be followed by the dot-com bust, bringing the Company down to 4 employees before building back up. Next Jump proves the combination of caring for your employees and helping them grow as human beings is possible while making money and helping the world become a better place. Next Jump believes this is a pre-requisite in today’s human capital economy and calls it Better Me + Better You = Better Us. In addition to building a $2 billion technology company over 25 years, Next Jump was recognized by Harvard as one of the best run companies in the world. Simon Sinek featured Next Jump in his TED Talk for their no-fire policy. Thousands of leaders have gone through Next Jump’s Leadership Academy and experienced their developmental culture. Charlie is often invited to speak and share lessons learned from training the leadership across every industry including business (Fortune 500), sports (Olympic teams), medicine, education, military, CIA, etc.
Meghan Messenger, Co-CEO of Next Jump. Meghan started as a door to door sales intern for Next Jump in 1998 and now serves as the Co-CEO. She credits her success to the consistent practice of leading with authenticity. We are what we practice, however the #1 thing we practice is LHF (“lying/hiding/faking”), managing other people's impressions of us, trying to look good. In addition to building a $2 billion technology company over 25 years, Next Jump was recognized by Harvard as one of the best run companies in the world. Simon Sinek featured Next Jump in his TED Talk for their no-fire policy. Meghan is often invited to speak about how individuals and organizations fail in the 21st century.
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