Yesterday I failed.
Twice. Once I tried to get too creative with baked falafel. Then I tried to get creative with blueberry muffins.
My falafel is in the garbage. The muffins are edible, but I would never let anyone else eat them. At least they photographed
well decently ok in the right light.
I did have a good run – fastest pace ever in a non-race run! It had been a while since I’d run in my Newtons and I definitely giving them credit. As advertised, I could feel them propel me forward. (Previous review here.)
- Distance – 4 miles
- Time – 31:56
- Average Pace – 7:56
In lieu of a recipe (trust me – you don’t want either of the afore mentioned), I want to write about a consumer win.
Do you ever wonder if companies are listening to consumers? Apparently Chipotle is!
Seth Porges, a non-pork eating customer, discovered the beans were made with pork product (bacon) and tweeted his displeasure.
Within 2 hours the CEO of f Chipotle, Steve Ells, called Porges to apologize and rectify the situation.
To read the full story, click here.
Pretty cool, right?
I’m constantly impressed with the company responses I receive via Twitter.
Have you ever received a company response via Twitter?
Is anyone unpleasantly surprised about the bacon in those beans?