Eli’s helped welcome ABC World News and Diane Sawyer to Chicago with a one of a kind cheesecake in their honor! Make sure to watch ABC World News tonight, 4/7/2011, at 5:30 PM to see Eli’s Cheesecake!
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Eli’s Cheesecake Dippers Delighted to be Part of Continental Airlines new Meals and Snacks for On-Board Purchase Menu
Continental Airlines Introduces New Meals and Snacks for On-Board Purchase
Menu includes hot Angus cheeseburger, grilled chicken spinach salad, fresh fruit and cheese plate and popular brand-name snacks
HOUSTON, Sept. 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Continental Airlines (NYSE: CAL) today announced a new menu featuring a variety of high-quality, healthy food choices available for purchase in economy class on select flights beginning Oct. 12, 2010. The new meals and snacks will be offered on many U.S./Canada and certain Latin American routes.
The menu will include freshly prepared hot and cold mealtime selections similar to those served in casual-dining restaurants, such as Asian-style noodle salad, grilled chicken spinach salad, Angus cheeseburger, and Jimmy Dean sausage, egg and cheese sandwich. Snack and dessert options — including a gourmet cheese & fresh fruit plate, several types of snack boxes, a la carte brand-name snacks and chocolate-covered Eli’s Cheesecake on a stick — will also be available for purchase. Prices will range from $1.50 for Pringles Original Potato Crisps to $8.25 for the grilled chicken spinach salad.
“The new menu is a direct result of feedback from our customers, who told us they wanted more food choices on our flights,” said Sandra Pineau-Boddison, Continental’s vice president of food services. “With that in mind, Continental researched trends in the restaurant industry and tested and tasted a broad range of possible menu items in order to provide dining options that reflect today’s customer preferences.”
The new food-for-purchase menu will replace the complimentary meals and snacks currently served in the economy cabin on the select routes. Continental will continue to offer complimentary food in the economy cabin on all intercontinental and certain other international routes, and on long-haul domestic routes over six and a half hours. Continental will also continue complimentary food service in the front cabin (first class and BusinessFirst) on routes worldwide. Traditional non-alcoholic beverages will continue to be complimentary on every Continental flight.
Continental Airlines is the world’s fifth largest airline. Continental, together with Continental Express and Continental Connection, has more than 2,700 daily departures throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia, serving 132 domestic and 137 international destinations. Continental is a member of Star Alliance, which overall offers more than 21,200 daily flights to 1,172 airports in 181 countries through its 28 member airlines. With more than 40,000 employees, Continental has hubs serving New York, Houston, Cleveland and Guam, and together with its regional partners, carries approximately 63 million passengers per year.
Continental consistently earns awards and critical acclaim for both its operation and its corporate culture. For nine consecutive years, FORTUNE magazine has ranked Continental as the top U.S. airline on its “World’s Most Admired Companies” airline industry list. For more company information, go to continental.com.
For over 20 years, the Exchange Bar and Grill restaurants have been providing a first-class American dining and food experience to customers in the United Kingdom. The Exchange Bar & Grills have a distinctively American atmosphere and menu selection from burgers and cocktails to shakes.
Eli’s Cheesecake is very proud to be on the Menu at the Exchange Bar and Grill. The menu describes our cheesecake as “Eli’s Chicago Baked Cheesecake”—“A smooth and creamy cheesecake baked on top of an all-butter cookie crust straight from Eli’s Schulman’s in Chicago. Topped with blueberry compote and served with cream or vanilla ice cream.”
The Exchange Bar and Grills are located in Manchester, Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire, Nottingham and Rochester in England. We are honored to be part of the Exchange’s brand promise “to deliver the same great experience in all Exchanges – the all American way.”
Send us a photo of you at one of the Exchanges with a slice of Eli’s and the Men and we will send you an Eli’s Cheesecake T-shirt.
Eli’s Cheesecake Featured on the Menu at the US Ambassador to Canada 4th of July Celebration in Ottawa
Eli’s Cheesecake Featured Dessert at “A Taste of Illinois”–4th of July Celebration hosted by the US Ambassador to Canada in Ottawa
As designated by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, World Refugee Day (June 20th) is an annual observance commemorated by refugee advocates across the world as an opportunity to lift up the concerns of uprooted people globally.
Eli’s Cheesecake’s Elias Kasongo was recognized by Episcopal Migration Ministries for his work and efforts for education and Eli’s was recognized for our encouragement in the advancement of their refugee workforce. We’re so proud of you, Elias!
Experience America is a initiative of the US State Department to annually take Ambassadors to different cities to observe the local economy and culture. With the both the President and Secretary of State having deep Chicago roots, it made Chicago a natural for this first trip in the Obama Administration.
Eli’s provided an assortment of Couture Cheesecakes and Dipper as part of the Taste of Chicago Reception.
At the Closing Reception held at Millennium Park, Chief of Protocol Capricia Marshall thanked Mayor and Mrs. Daley and all the people of Chicago for their hospitality.
Miodrag Vlahović, the Montenegrin Ambassador to the United States with Eli’s Melissa Arnaoutovic and Marilyn Stewart. Montenegrin is a country located in southeastern Europe bordered by Croatia, Bosnia, Hezegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania.
Doug Wertheimer with Meret Orazov, the Ambassador from Turkmenistan. The Republic of Turkmenistan is a country in Central Asia. Until 1991, it was a constituent republic of the Soviet Union. It is bordered by Afghanistan,Iran, Ubzekistan, Kzakhstan and the Caspian Sea.
Eli’s Marc Schulman with Mahmoud Shalabi, a student at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences, and his dad, Rouhy Shalabi, a co-chair of the CHSAS Advisory Board.
Marc Schulman with Rudy Espinosa, who had graduated from Wright College the evening before.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Announcing “Experience America” Visit by Foreign Diplomats to Chicago by serving Eli’s Cheesecake at the State Department in Washington DC
Foreign ambassadors invited to visit Chicago
Diplomats to meet with mayor, tour Obama’s hometown
Chicago will play host to dozens of foreign diplomats for three days next month under a State Department program called “Experience America.”
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Tuesday will unveil details of the trip to about 150 ambassadors, whetting their appetite with Eli’s Cheesecake, a State Department official said.
The official, Capricia Penavic Marshall, the nation’s chief of protocol, will lead the Chicago trip May 12-14.
The program aims to introduce a distinguished group to “the best of America, and Chicago is the perfect city to do just that,” she said.
Chicago won the nod in part because so many ambassadors were curious to learn more about the president’s hometown, she said.
About 50 ambassadors, many of them with their spouses, have taken past trips through “Experience America,” which has hit New York City, Florida, California and Texas.
Also on tap: Visits to the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Wrigley Global Innovation Center, Illinois Institute of Technology, University of Chicago and Field Museum, where the ambassadors will lunch with civic leaders.
In a statement, Mayor Daley praised the program and said, “The well-being of cities like Chicago depends to a large degree on how we plan for and deal with global inter-connection.”
Ireland’s ambassador to the U.S., Michael Collins, is among those planning to have his passport stamped “Chicago.” He came last for this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. “A wonderful opportunity,” he said by phone Monday from Dublin.
Collins took in Florida, Texas and California on the previous trips and said they let diplomats “experience the wider America,” engage with local leaders and pursue issues such as energy efficiency.
He called Daley “a good friend of Ireland and a good friend of mine.”