Keeping Your Menu Fresh and Current

admin | January 13th, 2011 - 7:58 pm
Keeping Your Menu Fresh and Current

Keeping your menu fresh and current can be a challenge.  Your regular customers always like their tried-and-true favorites, but you want to keep fresh and current items on your menu. By doing a little research you will be able to tell trends from fads.  A fad comes and goes fairly quickly, while a trend tends to stay […]

How To. . . Pick the Perfect Saute Pan

admin | January 13th, 2011 - 7:57 pm
How To. . . Pick the Perfect Saute Pan

Here are a few helpful tips in shopping for different types of saute pans, their positives and drawbacks. CAST IRON: Uses: This cast-iron pan is at home on a stovetop and above a campfire.  Use it for Cajun-style blackening and other high-heat methods, pan-roasting, baking corn bread. Pluses: Durable, great heat retention, no hotspots, decent […]

Appetizers, Appetizers, Appetizers

admin | January 13th, 2011 - 7:57 pm
Appetizers, Appetizers, Appetizers

What is the restaurant industry showing?   Sometimes knowing who wants appetizers, can be the key to making the most of the left side of your menu.  The following suggestions may give insight to your serving strategy. – Most appetizers are ordered during the dinner time. – Adult-only tables order twice the appetizers as tables with kids. – […]

Features

admin | January 13th, 2011 - 7:57 pm
Features

Foodservice operators seeking to build sales are turning to catering as an opportunity to increase business without having to expand. As foodservice operators seek ways to build sales, many find that catering provides an opportunity to multiply the number of meals served without having to add a single table or chair to their facilities. Not […]

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