Many operators choose to purchase meats in bulk to save on costs. While this can save money, the reality is that you will need to invest in specialty equipment in order to get the meat from bulk form into succulent tenderloins, ground burgers, or thick filets. Here are a few of our favorites from CKitchen.
Protein is a large portion of any restaurant business. Beef, chicken and any meat in between make up the bulk of many restaurant sales. If that's the case, why should you be limited in the way you serve or prepare these foods? Consider adding a meat grinder to your stock of restaurant equipment.
Commercial food mixers can really change the way your restaurant is viewed. While some restaurant equipment is good for dedicated items, mixers are versatile machines, and can do many things for many foods.
Food freshness is the foundation of food quality in any foodservice operation. Being able to store and preserve your ingredients properly maximizes the shelf life and minimizes food waste. Freezing is an easy and convenient way to preserve your inventory at its optimal quality. However, it is important that you have the right tools in order to do so.
While recycling plastics and paper can help offset some of your bulk trash costs, many are looking for ways to dispose of food waste. In fact, many jurisdictions are already taking steps towards banning or restricting usual food waste techniques, such as disposal units and standalone pulpers.
Anyone with a deli-style meat selection will certainly need to invest in extra equipment that a traditional restaurant may not. One big area of difference is with your meat slicing equipment. Choosing the appropriate slicer for your kitchen can make or break your efficiency and final product.
When evaluating which types of restaurant equipment you kitchen needs, you may want to consider a meat tenderizer. While not as integral as a commercial range, oven or grill, these handy pieces of equipment can make your meats taste great while preserving the strength and energy of your chefs so that they continue to perform well for the entire service.