Home / Tag Archives: Featured (page 21)

Tag Archives: Featured

Are You Using the Right Zester?

Oranges & A Zester

For most bakers, zesting is an everyday occurrence (as well as, at most bars), but for others, it’s a simple zest here and there that’ll satisfy.  From the diehard zesting enthusiasts to the people trying it the first time, here are a few tips and products to help you learn …

Read More »

A Very Brief History of Kitchen Utensils

mortar-pestle

We Homo sapiens have been using kitchen utensils for quite awhile now. How long? Since the dawn of the Stone Age, nearly three million years ago! Then it was mortar and pestles. Now it’s mortar and pestles and rice cookers sporting the Android operating system. What happened in between? Let’s turn …

Read More »

Top Back Burner Posts of 2013

Top Posts for 2013 on the Back Burner

We had a lot of changes here at Tundra during 2013, including a brand new website, new videos, and tons of fun content that ranged from crazy outbursts in the restaurant to products in action.  As we pulled together our list of top blog posts for 2013, we didn’t expect …

Read More »

Top 10 List of Gifts for Chefs

Wusthof Knives

Gift giving for chefs can sometimes be hard, because the majority of them get the things they need, when they need them, but don’t walk away just yet.  We asked a few of our chef friends what types of gifts they’d love to receive (even if they already had it), …

Read More »

Pitfalls of Resizing (or Scaling) a Recipe

Ingredients for baking recipe

Looking to take a recipe and resize it to feed 10 times or 100 times more people than the original recipe called for?  There are a few words of caution to review before doing so. The term for multiplying or dividing a recipe is called scaling, and for a lot …

Read More »

Food Service Recipes

Old Recipe Cards

In the interest of researching how to scale a recipe that feeds 6 people up to a recipe that feeds the masses, I found that it’s actually very hard to scale a recipe more than 4x up or down from the original recipe.  Well, that puts a restraint on new …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Shopping Guide: Commercial Toasters

Unless you’re in the bread business, the likelihood of you having to dig into the logistics of toasters probably isn’t high on your list.  But for those delis and breakfast joints, making sure the bread is toasted just right is essential to business.  Besides, what would a great burger be …

Read More »