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Restaurant Safety Essentials for Food, Staff and Customers

Restaurant Safety Essentials for Food, Staff and Customers

Prepared with a plan is key to the health and safety of food service businesses. An effective plan starts with understanding the rules and regulations. A plan, whether digital or on paper, is a great start but executing the plan requires the right tools and supplies close at hand to defend against hazards. 

Restaurant Safety Essentials for Food, Staff and Customers

Commercial Patio Furniture Buying Guide

Commercial Patio Furniture Buying Guide

Choosing the right patio furniture is vital to a successful (and hopefully really long) patio season for restaurants, bars and cafes.

Commercial Patio Furniture Buying Guide

Comfortine: By The Pan

Comfortine: By The Pan

No, that's not a typo.  Comfortine.  Comfort foods to battle quarantine.  Menu options, like casseroles, that can be made in food pans have many benefits for foodservice kitchens.  Lasagna, moussaka, pastitsio, mac and cheese, cassoulet and spanakopita are perfect examples of opportunities to build flavour, match core menu styles and fill customers' comfortine needs.  But to be successful, you need a plan and a pan.

Comfortine: By The Pan

Life in the Pit

Life in the Pit

It stinks.  It’s a mess.  ALL THE TIME.  And it never ends.  Ever.  

Anyone who has ever been stuck in the dish pit during rush hour and for the hours of aftermath knows that washing dishes sucks.  So, doesn’t it make sense to clean them right the first time. 

We will show you that with the right tools and equipment and proper organization you will race through the piles and piles and piles of dirty dishes. 

Life in the Pit

Food Pan Buying Guide - Stainless Steel

Food Pan Buying Guide - Stainless Steel

Food pans, inserts, steam table pans, hotel pans, counter pans, service pans...What you call them depends on where you trained and who trained you, but they all mean the same thing. Designed to hold food hot for service in steam tables these pans are also used for baking, roasting and poaching.  Perforated versions are useful for draining, steaming and quickly cooling down foods. Because of their multiple sizes and ability to move from fridge to prep line, to holding cabinet and on to service, their use has permeated commercial kitchens. 

Food Pan Buying Guide - Stainless Steel