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Memorial Day Grill & Grilling Preparation [Checklist]

Here in the U.S., Memorial Day is typically seen as the unofficial start of grilling season (though we must note—approvingly—that people are increasingly grilling year round). By late May, the weather is predictably warm (for the most part—Colorado is an exception) and backyards are in full bloom, so it just doesn’t seem right to cook […]

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Food Allergies in Restaurant

Food Allergy Awareness in the Restaurant

In honor of Food Allergy Awareness Week, May 11-17, 2014, I thought I’d pull together some food allergy facts and how you can better prepare your restaurant for food allergen customers. First, I think I’ll start with my own story on food allergies.  My youngest son has a severe allergy to tree nuts, pistachios and […]

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Recipe: Cinco de Mayo Guacamole

Here’s the unvarnished truth about store-bought guacamole: it’s the Worst. (So bad it merits a capital W.) Like margarine or Velveeta, pre-fab guac is an inferior imitation of the real thing. It’s not worth your money. It’s not even worth sacrificing a single tortilla chip. If there were commandments associated with Cinco de Mayo, next […]

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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 a mobile website). Click on […]

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Vitamix Commercial Blenders

Blender Recipes

When going through and asking our Tundrites what their favorite piece of kitchen equipment is, they have answers that range from knives to cast iron skillets to bottle openers (yes, someone actually said that a bottle opener was their favorite), but it rarely fails when asking them what the first item they bought was when […]

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