When I started doing research on the Suspended Coffee Movement I expected to find a lot of information on restaurants and people working together to support those in need, but what I actually found was that this movement has its flaws that causes many restaurants to turn their cheek the other way. What is the [...]
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For any of you that aren’t up to date on Amy’s Baking Company, it’s basically the most amazing non-news story that’s happened in the last month. It’s highly entertaining and a bit unbelievable… Situated in Scottsdale, AZ, there is a food service establishment so far down the tubes that even Gordon Ramsay’s show “Kitchen Nightmares” [...]
One of the most common missed cleaning spots in a restaurant kitchen is underneath (and behind) large kitchen equipment, but this is also one area that the health inspector is guaranteed to check. And we understand, cleaning under these large appliances is a pain: mop strings get stuck in the casters, it takes multiple people [...]
Printing your menus may be the final step, but don’t let it be an afterthought. Once you’ve invested in a branded design that’s engineered for success, you’ll want to see that quality carried through to the finished product. Visually appealing menus generate more sales, so follow these simple tips to maximize your menu’s payoff. 1. [...]
Chef Hegsted has been hard at work with VP of Tundra Design Group, Jeff Katz, finalizing the design of his dream restaurant, Wood Smoke. Below is the initial blueprint released at the beginning of the May. As you can imagine there are many specifics that go into designing a restaurant which can lead to a [...]
It’s funny how intimidating it can seem to add a little presentation to a dish, which is why the majority of us plop our meals on a plate when we’re at home and totally leave plating décor to the wayside. But what may look like takes hours to complete, is actually quite easy. Besides Chefs [...]
Fun Fact: Memorial Day was originally created to honor Union soldiers who’d died while fighting in the Civil War. Because of this, southern states did not observe Memorial Day until after World War I, when the holiday was expanded to include soldiers from all wars.
Here at Tundra we love beer, and according to the Brewers Association, we’re not alone. There are 2,347 craft breweries across the country, providing an estimated 100,000 part-time and full-time jobs. These stats are amazing, especially because overall beer sales numbers have decreased across the board… except in craft beer’s case, which saw a 15% [...]
Imagine sitting down at a restaurant and being met with disgust when you question a menu item; unfortunately, that’s what a lot of people with dietary restrictions are being met with when they dine out. The message here isn’t that every restaurant is this way, but rather that you should think about how your restaurant [...]
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- Suspended Coffee – Dream Big. Start Small. June 17, 2013
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- Cleaning Underneath Restaurant Kitchen Equipment is Easy With Stoveshoes June 10, 2013
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