Jeff Blando
guitarist
Jeff Blando
Jeff "Blando" Bland is an American guitarist who played for Michigan based cover Band, KODY LEE, Left For Dead and Saigon Kick. He is currently the lead guitarist for Slaughter and Vince Neil. He has played with Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil, both with his former Saigon Kick touring bandmate Phil Varone, and with his Slaughter bandmate Dana Strum.
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Departures Magazine: PHOTOS: Top Farm-to-Table Hotel Restaurants
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Sourcing inch-long flageolet beans that sprout within a 24-hour window is a challenge at even the finest farmers' markets, but the world's top chefs -- many of whom cook at the world's top hotels -- rely on just that type of exacting ingredient to create award-winning dishes. A proprietary farm can be a secret weapon, and daily conversations with culinary gardeners often direct new, experimental plantings that ultimately showcase the expertise in the kitchen. These Michelin-starred chefs are heralded for their innovative use of ingredients and their impeccable technique. Christopher Kostow, a three-star awardee at Napa Valley's the Restaurant at Meadowood, relies on a small plot to produce things like shiso for housemade yogurt and lilliputian vegetables of unmatched freshness for crudités. "We meet and talk about the garden every day," says culinary gardener Christine Kim, who runs Meadowood's organic plot. Chef Jeff Bland of the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland, revi ...
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Front Burner: Spice it up!
Roanoke.com - over 4 years
Getty images/iStock A typical spice rack comes pre-loaded with basil, oregano, rosemary, thyme and garlic powder — in other words, all of the seasonings necessary to prepare a basic Italian dish. However, many of us also own a container of Italian seasoning blend, which probably contains little more than the herbs and spices already taking up real estate on our countertops and in our cupboards. So why own them both? Some would argue that purchasing seasoning blends can save time and money, which might be true for folks who don’t cook frequently. But for those whose spice racks already are groaning with dozens of little jars, a lot of seasoning blends are just one more $5 to $10 expenditure, one more jar to cram into the rack and one more source of unwanted sodium. “Maybe some of the herb blends don’t have a lot of salt in them,” said chef Jeff Bland with US Foodservice, “but the spice rubs probably have quite a bit.” To continue reading this column about making your own s ...
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Weird Monday: Chocolate on steak, Crock Pot candy – UPDATED
Roanoke.com - almost 5 years
The theme of today’s blog entry is a happy accident. I had planned to share a really interesting and delicious recipe I picked up this weekend at the Art of Chocolate festival in Alleghany County, but then a friend also forwarded me a fascinating recipe for chocolate candy made in the Crock Pot. The two just seem to fall into the same category – delightfully bizarre! I attended and judged the 7th Annual Art of Chocolate festival, which was held at my alma mater, Dabney S. Lancaster Community College in Clifton Forge. I was on the team that judged cupcakes, cookies and “gourmet” items. Hard job, y’all. Since I didn’t judge overall and had to scoot before they announced the winners, I’m still seeking the names of the winners and their recipes. Will report back with those very soon. UPDATE: I got the list of winners. See below. While there, I saw Chef Jeff Bland of US Foodservice, who was doing a cooking demonstration at the festival. Jeff was pretty excited about a recipe he’d inve ...
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Laconia Motorcycle Week Preview 2011 - MotorcycleUSA.com
Google News - over 5 years
He also has plenty of live music on tap, including Blandini, featuring Jeff Blando of Vince Neil and Slaughter fame, and SKID ROW on Friday night, June 17th. Pretty New England girls make the motorcycles in last year's Laconia Bike Show look even
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Timeline
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    FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 45
    Jeff just finished recording & engineering the Vince Neil release Tattoo"s & Tequila do to release May 5, 2010 which you can download for free at www.vinceneil.net.
    More Details Hide Details Also, a now native to La's Vegas, NV. Blando has a three piece group called BLANDINI featuring Blando on Guitars & Lead Vocals, Zoltan Chaney on Drums & Pedro Sison on Bass. Rumor has it they are cranking up a lot of noise & popularity in the Las Vegas area.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1998
    Age 33
    Jeff Bland (BLANDO) was born in Flint, Michigan to Elbert and Fern Bland. He has two half brothers and three daughters, Koddi Lee, Jossi Rae and Zoey Lyn. After being in several bands, he joined Slaughter in 1998 as Tim Kelly's replacement after touring as their front-of-house sound technician.
    More Details Hide Details Jeff also had a cover project CRASH that played bike rallies for RJ Reynolds (CAMEL CO.) in Dayton Beach for the past 12 years. The band consists of Blando (lead vocals/guitar), Will Hunt (drums) and Paul Drennan (bass). Blando is currently touring with Vince Neil as guitarist and musical director as well as working with Slaughter.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on December 6, 1964.
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