Tweet The top burner grates only need replacing if they have cracked due to metal fatigue or if they have been dropped and broken. To replace, simply pull the broken grate off the top of the range and then place the new grate over the burner.
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Tweet If you’re looking to implement a HACCP food safety program, this series of Back Burner posts will help you get started. If you’re looking for ways to improve your existing food safety program, this is also a great place to start. Food safety is a critical part of your food service business, and over [...]
Tweet One area of the restaurant industry we have continually focused on here at The Back Burner is management. I don’t have to tell you that restaurant managers are often overworked and under appreciated and that’s on top of the stress involved with trying to manage a business in one of the largest and most competitive [...]
Tweet Here at The Back Burner we try to provide as many resources as possible for your success. Over the past six months we have published a treasure trove of restaurant marketing tips that can help you get more butts in seats. I don’t have to tell you that it’s been a tough year. The [...]
Tweet Mixology is a hot trend in food service. More and more bars and restaurants are investing in exotic flavors and unique blends to make cocktails that draw customers in and tantalize their taste buds. There are even professional “mixologists” who dedicate their time to the art developing the next trendy cocktail. The Red Kiva [...]
Tweet More and more restaurants are exploring ways to make their operations “sustainable.” Yes, it’s a buzzword, and yes, it’s a trend most commonly associated with San Francisco restaurants and other yuppie hideouts. That doesn’t mean most of the restaurants out there can’t utilize sustainability in their operations. Trends show that consumers are increasingly educated [...]
Tweet Keeping your commercial kitchen humming along is not always an easy proposition. You use this equipment every day, and sooner or later something is going to give out on you. If the next step you’re used to taking is picking up the phone to call your service tech, these Back Burner posts are for [...]
Tweet If you’re in the market for new restaurant equipment, you know that you’re about to spend a good chunk of change. You also know the choice you make is one you’ll have to live with for years to come. That’s why it’s vital to make an informed decision that’s just right for your restaurant [...]
Tweet One of the most important responsibilities of any restaurateur is the proper implementation of a food safety program. A lapse in food safety can spell the doom of your restaurant, and if you’re just opening a new restaurant, it can mean a delayed opening night. Good food safety isn’t something you achieve once and then forget about. [...]
Tweet A website called Fancy Fast Food has taken all the mass produced food that makes Americans fat but that we love to eat and turned it into top quality fine cuisine, complete with garnish. The results are actually very stunning, even after viewing the before picture. Some examples include: Nathan’s Not-So-Famous Faux Foie Gras [...]
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