Tweet I want to talk about some products that can really help your food safety efforts: 1. Stainless steel 1/6 pans for your prep table coolers. Stainless is a much better conductor than plastic, so keep your foods in them and it will help you avoid critical cold holding violations from the health department. Additionally, [...]
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Tweet This post is a continuation of last week’s post where The Back Burner features a restaurant equipment manufacturer every week. Up this week: Hoshizaki ice machines. Over 60 years, Hoshizaki has built a reputation across the globe for quality, design, and performance. Since 1986, Hoshizaki’s plant in Peachtree City, GA has supplied the U.S. [...]
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 [...]
Tweet Keeping a razor edge on your kitchen cutlery helps keep the wheels of your restaurant turning smoothly and efficiently. Sharp knives also improve kitchen safety, since dull blades cause staff to push harder while cutting, increasing the likelihood of slippage. The traditional sharpening steel has been used for years to hone kitchen knives. Unfortunately, [...]
Tweet The new J80 Ultra juicer by Robot Coupe represents another leap forward for a company that has long been known for its reliable and innovative products. With many food service operations moving towards fresher, healthier offerings in response to increasing customer demand, a quality juicer like the J80 has become a vital tool in [...]
Tweet Getting quality kitchen floor matting isn’t only a staff comfort issue; it’s an important safety issue as well. Kitchen floor matting is made from a rubberized material and can be placed anywhere in your kitchen where staff stands while working, including on the line, in front of the dishwasher, behind the bar, and in [...]
Tweet We’ve all been there. The bartender is super busy and splashes some alcohol in your glass before topping it off with whatever mixer goes with your drink – and you end up with a strong one or a weak one. And of course flirty girls and good tippers regularly expect – and get – [...]
Tweet Crocs Shoes have become an internationally recognized name in footwear in a very short amount of time. That’s due to the non-slip, comfortable, and convenient universal usability of the original Croc. The Boulder, CO company has built upon this success by developing several new styles made specifically for the food service industry. Crocs universal [...]
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