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The National Restaurant Association noted in their 2021 State of the Restaurant Industry Report that, “38% of on-premises and 33% of off-premises customers say their restaurant choices will be influenced by whether the menus include the comfort foods they crave.” One comfort food that satisfies just about everyone is waffles. Why Every Commercial Kitchen Needs […]

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In the 1890s, Dutch butcher Willhelmus Adrianus van Berkel created a triumph of functional design – the flywheel slicer – a first of its kind in the area of mechanical meat slicing devices. Antique slicing machines have garnered a cult following: Gourmands today still swear by and use antique slicing machines in their restaurants. In […]

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Looking to refresh your tabletops with trendy new flatware? Hammered flatware features small dimples on the handles that resemble light hammerings. This texture comes in a surprising array of styles that can match table settings from modern fine dining rooms to artisinal cafes. The texture itself masks fingerprints and scuffs, making hammered pieces an ideal […]

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Food dehydration has been around for centuries. Modern-day dehydration is accomplished by dehydrators, which are ovens engineered to speed up moisture’s evaporation process in foods. A heating element in the dehydrator raises the unit’s temperature while a fan circulates the air inside, removing water while preserving the rest of the food. Creative chefs can do […]

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How Vacuum Sealing Started Vacuum sealing has revolutionized the storage and preservation of food. For thousands of years, humanity has always had a means of storing and preserving food. Drying food dates back to 12,000 BC when where Middle Eastern and Asian cultures would dry food under the hot sun as a means of preservation. […]

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Since 2014, Fry Out Cancer has raised more than $83,000 for cancer related charities. Looking to surpass the $100,000 mark, this annual event benefits The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital, and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. The event gives communities the opportunity to knock out two birds with […]

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The New Normal: Part of a new series of articles focused on restaurant recovery; issues, best practices, and process changes that will become part of everyday business going forward. The restaurant industry has been hit harder than almost any other industry during the global pandemic. But the recovery is underway, slow as it may seem […]

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The New Normal: Part of a new series of articles focused on restaurant recovery; issues, best practices, and process changes that will become part of everyday business going forward. As the country starts to look at options for reopening, schools have become a central focus. While some districts have opted for a fully online start […]

The New Normal

As you continue to protect your customers and employees against germs and viruses, special attention to how your staff handles food and vegetables is paramount. Professional cutting boards are a staple in a commercial kitchen. And as a matter of fact, safely preparing ingredients would be nearly impossible without them. You’ve probably seen plastic cutting […]

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The New Normal: Part of a new series of articles focused on restaurant recovery; issues, best practices, and process changes that will become part of everyday business going forward. You may have heard about restaurants that are deep cleaning for COVID-19. But what does that actually mean? Does it mean you are disinfecting things? Sanitizing? […]

The New Normal

The New Normal: Part of a new series of articles focused on restaurant recovery; issues, best practices, and process changes that will become part of everyday business going forward. The global pandemic crisis will not kill the restaurant industry. Our industry is far too resilient for that. But that doesn’t mean it won’t be changed. […]

The New Normal