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Download: Landfill This

As much as you try to be zero waste in your business, some things still have to go to the landfill. Print and place above your trash can to help employees and customers know what goes where! View Now

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Download: Compost This

Compostable products are the easiest way to become zero waste in your business. Help employees and customers know what items are compostable with this sign. Print and place above your compost bin! View Now

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Download: Recycle This

Knowing which products are recyclable in your business is made easier with this helpful sign. Print and place above your recycle bin! View Now

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Download: Zero Waste Events

This helpful Zero Waste Flyer helps you decode eco-friendly materials that are compostable or made from recycled content so you can make your next event as sustainable as possible! View Now

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Buying Guide: Commercial Deep Fryers

Commercial deep fryers are one of the most versatile pieces of restaurant equipment in your kitchen. Fryers are a great way to expand your menu items easily, not to mention that fried food is extremely popular with guests. Fryers come in many types, capacities and more, so you might be …

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Buying Guide: Commercial Blenders

With so many options of commercial blenders out there, choosing the right one for your kitchen or bar can be challenging. Do you have a busy bar that specializes in mixed beverages? Or maybe you need a back-of-the-house solution for your kitchen? Whatever your needs, this commercial blender buying guide …

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Buying Guide: Commercial Refrigeration

Keep your product safe and out of the danger zone by maintaining and fixing your refrigeration units. In this buying guide, we’ll show you how to fix common issues that come up with commercial refrigerators and the easy way to fix them. Don’t waste a lot of time, or money …

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Buying Guide: Walk-In Cooler Parts

Your walk-in cooler is most likely one of the biggest investments you have in your back of house. Simple updates can make a big difference in the performance of your equipment and help you drastically reduce your energy costs. Check out this buying guide on walk-in cooler parts to learn …

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Know Your Cuts: Lamb

Unfortunately it’s all too common to come across a piece of overcooked (or undercooked) Lamb. The reason? Well, there’s always improper execution in the kitchen. But sometimes it’s because the right cooking method isn’t used for a particular cut. Like Beef or Pork, there’s a specific cooking method you should …

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Know Your Cuts: Pork

You may have encountered various cuts of pork featured on menus like “pork belly” or “pork butt” (which is a bit of a misnomer since the butt isn’t actually the butt at all, but rather the shoulder blade of the pig). Little did you know where in fact these cuts relate to …

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Know Your Cuts: Beef

As a professional chef, you’ve probably encountered (or will encounter) portioning out your own meat cuts. Not only can you save a considerable amount of money by butchering your product yourself, but it also gives you the opportunity to utilize parts of the entire animal for creative (and delicious dishes). …

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[INFOGRAPHIC] Common Baking Substitutions

This time of year is all about the holiday baking. Cookies, gingerbread, brownies, pie…there’s a reason so many lifestyle magazines profit with weight-centric headlines this time of year. If you’re like us, you embrace the treats of the season! Few things get you in the holiday spirit quicker than the …

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Commercial Ice Machines: Ice Types [INFOGRAPHIC]

Purchasing an ice machine for your restaurant is one of the most important decisions you’ll make for your kitchen. Not only are ice machines expensive, but with all of the varieties of ice machines out there, which one do you pick? It doesn’t help that different manufacturers heave different names …

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Guide to Globe Slicers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Slicers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, all designed to meet the specific needs of your business. But to purchase a slicer not designed for your needs could hurt you. On the one hand, you might overspend on a heavy duty slicer when you’re really only slicing meat …

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Kitchen & Steam Table Pan Size Chart [Free Download]

Although, the most popular kitchen and steam table pans may be the 1/3 and 1/6 size, there are actually 6 different sizes that help make up the entire collection and allow for more flexibility. From depths of 4”-6” to the capacities of each pan, here’s a free visual guide on …

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Vitamix Parts Diagram [Free Download]

Vitamix Blender DIY Diagram

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get a breakdown of exactly what you need to help repair common kitchen appliances like a blender, can opener, or salad spinner?  Our sales team got together with our graphics team and came up with a list of top 11 do-it-yourself (DIY) repairs …

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Everything for the Kitchen [Free Download]

From the front door to the back step, Tundra has you covered. We offer a selection of more than 65,000 products including parts, supplies, and equipment for every area of the restaurant. Click the image to download a larger version: Getting overwhelmed when stocking a new restaurant (and keeping it …

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3 Sink Basin Dishwashing [Infographic]

The 3 sink basin dishwashing system is a well-known clean, rinse, sanitize, and dry method in many restaurants and bars. It’s a way to ensure that dishes are properly cleaned, sanitized, and ready to re-use. With this handy step-by-step guide for 3 sink basin dishwashing, it’s even easier to remember …

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Safe Temperatures for Food Service [INFOGRAPHIC]

Keeping food at safe temperatures is vital for the health of your customers and your restaurant. With this handy infographic learn safe temperature zones for everything from refrigerator and freezer temps to thawing and cooking temps. And it’s all free, just for you to print it and display it in …

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Why Every Restaurant Needs a Website

Still trying to convince yourself that your business doesn’t need a website? Think that Facebook page is doing you just fine? Think again. Here are a few stats we pulled together to help you get a better understanding of just how valuable a website can be for your restaurant (including …

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Recipe Measurement Converter & Equivalents

Measuring spoons with spice in them and on the side

As the holidays start coming closer, we thought it would be a perfect opportunity for our blog team to work together with the graphics team to put together some printable material that would make great gifts for those Chefs in your life.  Our very talented Audrey Diaz and I thought …

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Locking Blade NEMA Plug & Receptacle Configurations

At the end of June I released an article with a chart for Straight Blade NEMA Plug & Receptacle Configurations. Though this was a great idea (no need to thank me), I was missing one important piece of the NEMA puzzle – Locking Blade NEMA Plug & Receptacle Configurations!  So, …

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Everything for the Restroom

When opening a new restaurant, it’s easy for things to fall through the cracks. One of those things, is your restroom. Next to the dining area, the restroom is the 2nd most frequented place your guests will visit. Shouldn’t you make sure everything is in its place? Use our restroom …

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Infographic: DIY Restaurant Equipment Repair

Picture this, it’s right before dinner rush and something breaks in the kitchen. Unfortunately, it’s not the time to run out to get the part needed to make the repair, and improvising is all-to-often the go to quick fix that stands in as the substitute. Whether it’s pliers to turn …

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NEMA Plug & Receptacle Configurations – Straight Blade

Confused about the massive amount of plug and receptacle connector combinations? No need to fear, I’ve got you covered! The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has assigned labels to the vast number of configurations.  The reason for so many different types is to prevent the wrong combinations of electrical systems …

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Everything for the Bar

Ready to open the bar of your dreams? Let us help you get started with this helpful bar checklist featuring all of the bar equipment, accessories, furniture and plumbing you’ll need to set up the perfect bar from the get-go. Click the image to download Everything for the Bar »

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Everything for the Outdoor Space

Opening a new patio space for your restaurant or freshening up your existing space for the new season? Whatever the case, remembering all of the details for your outdoor space can be a challenge. Let us help with this handy checklist featuring equipment, supplies, tabletop and more so your patio …

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Everything for the Dining Room

Opening a restaurant is a lot of work, and remembering all of the details from front of house to back can be challenging. Luckily we remembered everything you need for the dining room (so you don’t have to). Work your way down the list and you’ll be all set! Click …

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