Tweet If you’ve got a restaurant, you probably deal with a lot of oil. Between changing the oil in fryers, making dressings and sauces, and cooking on the line, the only person moving more oil in the neighborhood is the local mechanic. And, like any restaurateur, you probably buy the stuff in bulk containers so [...]
Archive | December, 2010
Tweet Maintaining proper food temperature should be a constant process in your restaurant or commercial kitchen, from the time it arrives through your back door to the time it arrives on the customer’s plate. When the delivery truck arrives, immediately check food products for temperature. Reject food that arrives above 41 degrees Fahrenheit. Once you [...]
Tweet We wish you and your family and friends happy holidays! We’re excited about the coming year. The Back Burner has big plans, including more resources from prominent food service bloggers, more troubleshooting guides for common kitchen equipment problems, and more informative posts on restaurant management, marketing, and trends. We hope you come back to [...]
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