Pina Coladas, Daiquiris, Margaritas...these blended cocktails are all essential to a liquor lineup for any commercial bar. Even frozen coffees with a touch of alcohol can make a splash at your bar! But the common link that ties these together in terms of your equipment is your bar blender. Choosing a bar blender may seem easy at first, but any veteran bartender will tell you that there are certain features to a blender that make it better - or worse - for a commercial operation. Here are some tips to help you wade through the mix.
Cheese is one of the greatest ingredients a chef can include in his or her dishes. This malleable food can be breaded and fried, chopped into hard blocks or shredded over fresh pasta, in addition to thousands of other uses.
No matter what you are cooking in your kitchen, whether it’s sautéing vegetables, cooking meat, deep-frying potatoes, etc. it’s vitally important that you know what to do with used cooking oil when you’re done with it. The oil you use should be disposed of properly no matter what, but especially when cooking foods with a lot of fat.
There are many different ways to cook food, but the basic process involves applying high levels of heat to a raw product in order to change the chemistry of the item. In most cases the heat is transferred through a medium of some kind, like an oil or boiling water, but there is another method of cooking that is common, especially in health restaurants, steam.
Steaming is generally considered one of the healthiest ways to cook food, as it has less fat content then cooking with oil, and many believe less of the nutrients are lost when compared to boiling. A commercial steamer takes this to the next level, and allows for powerful, quick and large quantities of steaming for restaurant use.
In order to ensure that your bussers have all that they need to do their job, you’ll want to beef up your bussing stations and prepare your bussers for busy rush hours. First, there are a few essential steps for bussers to making sure that they’re performing at their best!
Fresh baked bread is more than enough reason to choose one restaurant over another, and certainly would raise your standing in the eyes of your customers. Other baked goods can help your image as well, but it does take up time and space that you might need for making actual meals.
From packing everything up to learning how to ship frozen food in the best way possible, this guide has you covered. First, let’s discuss how to pack up frozen food. There are a few different aspects to consider when packing up frozen food to be shipped.
You've thought about getting a heated display case, but you aren't sure what you would use it for - there aren't many hot foods you make that need to be displayed and you don't know if the price is worth it.
We’ve stressed before the importance of a great beverage lineup. It holds a huge potential for profits, and customers actually care about their beverage selections (contrary to popular belief). While many attempt to mediate this situation by upping the ante with their alcoholic drinks, those who choose non-alcoholic beverages are still many times left in the dust.
If you have a love for baked goods, then Vegan Zucchini Bread is a good option! Our zucchini bread recipe is easy, fast and can be prepared in 10 minutes. Can you already smell the aroma of fresh-baked bread?
If you are new to the world of cast iron, you may be curious about the best way to clean it. Before you can get started with the process, there are a few different materials you will need to clean it properly.
Hamburgers are a classic staple of an all-American menu. They're so integral to diets in the United States that many restaurants always have them on the menu, because otherwise they'd be sure to hear complaints.