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Natalie Fauble

Natalie Fauble is the Online Marketing Strategist - SEO for Tundra Restaurant Supply. As a digital marketer with a passion for the restaurant industry, Natalie helps companies shape their brand through thoughtful, fun and innovative content strategies. When she isn't blogging for Tundra Restaurant Supply you can find her in her vegetable garden or in the kitchen whipping up one of her favorite dishes.

Spotlight on Blue Agave Grill

Restaurateurs like Richard Lucio know a thing or two about the industry. His father, Joe Lucio, owned a prominent chain of Mexican restaurants in the Denver-metro area for several decades and now, Richard Lucio is leaving his own legacy. Between popular restaurants like Coyote’s Southwestern Grill, Palomino Mexican Restaurant and …

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Hugh Acheson at the Colorado Restaurant Show

Hugh Acheson and Daniel Asher at the Colorado Restaurant Show

I admit that I’m only familiar with Chef and Restaurateur Hugh Acheson due to his appearances on the popular show, Top Chef (Have you heard of it?). I’ve always enjoyed Acheson’s critiques because they felt honest, straight forward, and always constructive. So being the Top Chef fan that I am, I won’t …

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Jason Ganahl of GQue BBQ

Those of us in the industry often joke that a chef and owner wears many hats in the restaurant—and GQue BBQ’s Maestro of Meat (and owner) Jason Ganahl is no exception to the rule. During the course of our short interview, I watch Ganahl bus tables, check meat in the …

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The Difference Between Service and Hospitality

If you haven’t been acquainted with the food and dining experience of Frasca Food and Wine in Boulder, Colorado—we suggest you should. Known for its menu based on the small, regional cusine of Fruili, Italy, Frasca has transformed a night out to be much more than a night you don’t have to …

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Trends in Chef Wear

While you may not see many of today’s chefs rocking the toque blanche (the traditional chef’s hat which has become an icon in its own right), the white, double-breasted jacket is still the standard uniform found in most kitchens today. But in a world where anything goes, many chefs are …

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Tackling Food Waste: Boulder Food Rescue

If you could bottle the sun and take it as a daily supplement, you might just harness some of the radiance that Lindsey Loberg, Program Director of Boulder Food Rescue, exudes to everyone she meets. I meet Loberg early Thursday morning on one of her shifts, which are designated pickup …

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How to Calculate Your Food Cost

If you’ve never worked in the restaurant industry before, you probably didn’t realize that owning a restaurant means you’re not only a cook, but you’re also Mr. (or Mrs.) Fix-It, a “hospitalian” and an accountant—all in one. The numbers are extremely important when it comes to owning and operating a …

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Are you EMV Compliant?

It was like the Y2K of 2015 – EMV compliance was coming in October, 2015. Required for credit card acquirers and processors, these new regulations were a huge step forward in protecting consumers against fraud. As a consumer, we heard about the changes coming, and went through the inconvenience of activating …

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