Herman's Restaurant School chef cook Herman den Blijker gives ten
students who have not been able to get a job, a golden opportunity: a
job in a newly opened restaurant in their beloved city of Rotterdam.
Depending on the talent of the student, Herman decides who is best in
the various roles in a kitchen. It is not a competition or elimination
race. The students are judged on their performance, those who don't
perform forfeit this golden opportunity, talent and commitment are
rewarded, not laxity.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Herman's Restaurant School - Herman Cain - Netflix
Herman Cain (born December 13, 1945) is an American author, business
executive, radio host, syndicated columnist, and Tea Party activist from
Georgia. He was a candidate for the 2012 U.S. Republican Party
presidential nomination. Cain grew up in Georgia and graduated from
Morehouse College in 1967 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics.
Cain pursued graduate studies at Purdue University and graduated with a
Master of Science in Computer Science in 1971, while also working
full-time for the U.S. Department of the Navy. In 1977, he joined
Pillsbury Company in Minneapolis where he later became vice president.
During the 1980s, his success as a business executive at Burger King
prompted Pillsbury Company to appoint him as chairman and CEO of
Godfather's Pizza, in which capacity he served from 1986 to 1996. Cain
was chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Omaha Branch
from 1989 to 1991. He was deputy chairman, from 1992 to 1994, and
chairman, from 1995 to 1996, of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
In 1995, Cain was appointed by Newt Gingrich to the Kemp Commission, and
was a senior economic adviser to the Bob Dole presidential campaign.
Cain became the CEO of the National Restaurant Association, in which he
served as president and CEO from 1996 to 1999. During the presidency of
Bill Clinton, Cain publicly opposed the Clinton health care plan of
1993, about which he questioned the president at a town hall meeting.
Cain has served as a member of the board of directors of several
companies, including Aquila, Inc., Nabisco, Whirlpool, Reader's Digest,
and AGCO. In May 2011, Cain announced his presidential candidacy. By the
fall, his proposed 9–9–9 tax plan and debating performances had made him
the Republican front-runner and he briefly led President Obama in some
polls. In November, however, his campaign struggled with allegations of
sexual misconduct—all denied by Cain—and he announced its suspension on
December 3. At the end of 2011, the Pew Research Center reported that,
of the Republican candidates, “Herman Cain was the most covered
candidate” during the year. On May 15, 2012, Cain endorsed Mitt Romney.
Herman's Restaurant School - State of the Union response - Netflix
For President Obama's 2012 State of the Union address, the Tea Party
Express chose Cain to give its second annual response. After Indiana
Governor Mitch Daniels gave the official GOP response, Cain delivered
his speech at the National Press Club. The speech was streamed live on
the Tea Party Express website. Cain referred to Obama's address as a
“hodgepodge of liberal ideas”, adding that there were “no big ideas that
would impact job growth” and “no big ideas that would stimulate economic
growth in this country”.
Herman's Restaurant School - References - Netflix