It’s been almost a month and I can’t stop thinking about Dreamstaurant winner, Chef Adam Hegsted’s Wandering Table and how awesome it was to experience. From the location to the people to the food, it was spectacular! In my last post about the dinner I shared an image of the 12 course menu for the evening. What [...]
Archive | 2013
Get some pit gloves for pork pulling The pig, when prepared well, is an animal whose meaty bits provide a wide array of scrumptious goodness. While some less-than-appealing parts of this magic meat machine (like the feet, intestines, ears, or jowls) are still eaten around the world, it’s putting pork to the barbecue or slow [...]
Suns out, guns out – beach bods unite! Now, more than ever, guests are noticing their calorie intake and diet rituals because swimsuit season is right around the corner. But do menu calorie counts truly affect consumer eating habits while dining out? Menu Calorie Count Law According to the FDA, menu calorie counts will soon [...]
Fun Fact:A giant wheel of Cheddar cheese was given to Queen Victoria (1837-1901) for a wedding gift. It weighed over 1,000 pounds. A normal Cheddar wheel weighs 60-75 pounds.
Some of my co-workers and I recently had the privilege to tour the Ice-O-Matic factory in Denver, Colorado. Now don’t go running off just yet, let me get one thing said up front: I know that factory tours, or even ice for that matter, aren’t exactly at the top of the list for must-do’s, but [...]
Inventive cuisine has its place, but sometimes all you want is a hearty meal of your favorite comfort foods. There are certain feel-good foods Americans reach for when we need to be comforted – from creamy, cheesy macaroni and cheese to a steaming bowl of chicken noodle soup, even a quick and easy peanut butter [...]
Last April we put in place our own waste management system, which evolved after studying our not so healthy trash habits around the office. The result of this had us cutting down on our trash and ramping up our recycling and composting efforts. First, we installed composting bins to capture paper towels in the restrooms. [...]
Our last infographic was fun and shared information on just how many wings we consume in a year – especially around the Super Bowl. However, this infographic is taking a completely different approach and showing the reality of how much food is wasted around the world, in the US, and in restaurants. It’s quite alarming [...]
Juicing has become more and more popular and at an average of $8 per drink, there’s big profit in adding juice to your menu. But why are consumers willing to spend such a high price for these drinks? First off, consider the price of a decent juicer or blender and what it would cost a [...]
Getting Organized Any type of cup with a handle can be mounted to the wall and with an S-hook attachment can become a unique utensil holder or flatware organizer. There are multiple uses for Cambro food storage containers, most of which keep you and your staff organized. Check out our recent blog post to [...]
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