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Restaurant Sinks and Faucets: Some Useful Tips

More than likely, your restaurant has several sinks that serve many purposes in the back of the house, in server stations, and behind the bar.  Having the right kind of sinks in the right places is important not only to accomplish many various tasks, from glass and hand washing to stock pot and flatware cleaning, […]

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Set Critical Limits For Your Food Preparation Process

HACCP Principle 3: Set Critical Limits

Every CCP you identified by grouping menu items into processes now must have a critical limit set for it in order to become an official part of your HACCP program.  The FDA’s Food Code and your local Board of Health have established time and temperature specifications for every type of food you serve in your […]

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Beano's Cabin Restaurant

Beano’s Cabin: A Slice Of Rocky Mountain Goodness

No one would say seafood tastes better anywhere else than right beside the ocean.  There’s something special about enjoying food in the place that produced it. Local food, or “regional cuisine,” has enjoyed resurgent popularity in recent years as restaurant patrons rediscover the unique experience of combining physical place and cuisine. If a great meal […]

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Hiring

How Much Does Hiring The Wrong Person Cost You? (And 4 Simple Ways To Fix It)

OK, I’ll admit it: there’s no way to actually estimate what a bad hire will cost your business.  While that one bad decision may be hard to quantify, there are still plenty of areas where you’re bound to see the negative effects: Lost productivity Wasted recruiting effort and money Bad service and unhappy customers Unhappy […]

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Tom Cruise in The Minority Report

Is Restaurant Marketing Technology Getting Scary?

Mobile marketing is beginning to sound like the movie Minority Report, where pedestrians had their retinas scanned by computers as they walked by stores and voices addressed them by name and encouraged them to buy products tailored to their personal preferences. That would be scary, but it’s never gonna happen to me, right? Surely you’ve […]

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