Adopt a Houston Restaurant Fundraising Drive

admin | August 31st, 2017 - 2:57 pm

Saval Foods Corporation is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and quality food products to thousands of customers in the Mid Atlantic region.  With the recent devastation from Hurricane Harvey that has hit Houston several of our customers have asked us how they could help the Houston community. We have arranged, through our fellow Unipro […]

How to Get Diners Excited About Sustainable Seafood

admin | August 29th, 2017 - 5:09 pm

Chefs and operators use different methods to educate guests about where their seafood truly comes from. | Sustainability Restaurant-goers are inundated with information, from the farm their vegetables came from to the way their beef was raised. But the most difficult thing to provide details about is seafood. “One of the most challenging places on […]

How to Cook the Perfect Steak Every Time

admin | August 28th, 2017 - 1:59 pm

Top chefs share their secrets on what it takes to cook the best steak you’ll ever have It’s hard to beat a nice, juicy steak from a restaurant; replicating that perfectly cooked rib eye at home is not easy. Which is why making steak night a regular thing is a good idea to get in […]

Americans Can’t Get Enough Chicken Wings

admin | August 25th, 2017 - 6:50 pm

Chicken wings aren’t just for football fans anymore. Americans are eating so many that their appetite is sending prices to a record and helping lift profits for poultry processors. “Food service traffic and demand in the U.S. remain below pre-recession levels, but demand from and the popularity of local chain concepts and restaurants that focus on […]

DETROIT-STYLE PIZZA IN THE NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT

admin | August 24th, 2017 - 12:03 pm

Sometimes it just takes a bit of distance to realize the unique joys of a favorite hometown dish. After moving 1,400 miles from their hometown of Detroit to Austin, Texas, the two brothers developed a craving for pizza made in the unique style of the Motor City. When they couldn’t find any local pizzerias to […]

Restaurants’ style may change, but purpose won’t

admin | August 17th, 2017 - 5:41 pm

The interior of Trou Normand. Today much of what was once familiar is changing, impacted by technology: Brick-and-mortar retail stores are struggling in the shadows of eBay and Amazon, and businesses such as Blue Apron, which delivers prepared ingredients to your home, are affecting how we cook at home. And restaurants? The conventions are changing […]

Bell peppers are in season.

admin | August 16th, 2017 - 5:40 pm

  Noelle Carter / Los Angeles Times A colorful assortment of bell peppers at the Santa Monica farmers market. What’s in season: When it comes to sheer variety of colors, bell peppers are the amazing Technicolor fruit of the produce world. The unripe fruit starts out green, but as it matures it can range through […]

Mexican Restaurants Are Breaking New Ground, One Regional Street Food At A Time

admin | August 8th, 2017 - 1:08 pm

Tacos and mole may be some of our favorite foods, but there’s so much more to Mexican cuisine than the select canon that occupies most Mexican American menus today. Fortunately, however, more and more restaurants are featuring regionally based food from states like Oaxaca and Jalisco, giving curious diners the opportunity to explore some of […]

Micro Restaurant Chains Find Recipe for Success: Study

admin | August 7th, 2017 - 1:06 pm

To thrive, independent restaurant operators who run just one or two units should aim to become micro-chains of between three and 19 units — a category that is increasing in major U.S. cities, a new study from NPD Group suggests. Operators of just one or two independent restaurants saw a 4 percent decline in their […]

Immigrants Bring New Touches to American Barbecue. Just Like They Always Have.

admin | August 4th, 2017 - 12:57 pm

South Korean expat, doesn’t serve Korean barbecue at her Heirloom Market BBQ in Atlanta. She and her husband, Texas-born, serve American barbecue with Korean touches. Example: pungent gochujang-marinated pork, smoked over oak and hickory wood and served as a sandwich crowned with kimchi coleslaw. In Austin, another immigrant has mated the ingredients of his Mexican […]

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