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It’s International Beer Day Today - August 2016

By Carla Landi   Get together with friends and raise your glass to International Beer Day! Bars and restaurants all over the world are serving up their finest beers in celebration. It’s a great time to show our appreciation for the people who brew our favorite beers and keep them chilled for us at our favorite pubs and restaurants.   Back by popular demand and with great relevance...
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John Boos Round Edge Grain Reversible Cutting Boards - August 2016

By Carla Landi   Diners are very loyal to their favorite pizza restaurant. They learn to crave the ambiance and the taste. Create a concept that will encourage your customers to think of your restaurant as their feel-good place to frequent. John Boos helps pizza restaurants step up their brand with their round edge grain reversible cutting boards. Not only are these boards easier on knives than plastic,...
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Great Inventions in Foodservice – Taco Holders - July 2016

By Lee Davis, CFSP   Maybe it’s just my love for Mexican food, but if you asked me to list the great foodservice inventions of the last fifteen years, I would have to include the taco holder in my list. Back in the day, taco shells just wouldn’t stand up while they were being filled, or they would crack and break because they weren’t supported on the outside....
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Mixing 101 with Globe Food Equipment Company - July 2016

By Lee Davis, CFSP   A mixer’s job is to provide a consistently even mix of ingredients without overworking the product. When we talk about mixers for commercial kitchens, there are two main types: Planetary Mixers and Spiral Mixers. Which is right for you depends on your operation. We went to Kevin Woods, VP of Sales & Marketing at Globe Food Equipment Co. for advice and direction.  ...
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Selecting a Clamshell – with Lang - July 2016

By Lee Davis, CFSP   Clamshells have become very popular, especially for takeout, counter service, and fast casual restaurants. But there are several variations, and not every configuration is best for all applications. Selecting the right Clamshell for your operation will help you get the most out of your investment. I talked to Chris Yungbluth, VP of Business Develpoment for Lang, to get some help, information and advice....
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Cadco and How to Choose a Hotplate - April 2016

By Lee Davis, CFSP   Electric hotplates can be the ideal solution for many problems. Do you need:   An additional burner behind the line? A cooking surface in the prep area, bakery, or service station? A flame free burner for a front-of-house omelet, sauté, or dessert station? A burner to keep sauces, soups, or toppings warm at a buffet? A portable electric cooking surface for a catered...
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Commercial vs. Residential Blenders - February 2016

By Carla Landi   It is tempting to price shop equipment solutions for your operation. The debate has been raised in commercial vs. residential microwaves, toasters, and now blenders. So, why is it necessary to purchase a commercial grade blender when the residential blender sold at the local big-box store looks exactly like its more expensive cousin? Blenders are blenders, right? Wrong.   Hamilton Beach Commercial provided us...
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Making the Blast Chiller/Freezer Investment - January 2016

By Carla Landi   The benefits of having a blast chiller for food safety, food quality, labor savings, and decreased food waste makes the investment a no-brainer. But, what do you really need to know to make a smart investment and reap the benefits that come with this game-changing addition to your line-up? I have intel on selecting the right blast chiller/freezer for your operation, thanks to information...
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Ice Machine Maintenance is a breeze with Manitowoc Ice - December 2015

By Carla Landi   Depending on the environment, your ice machine should be cleaned every 6 months. If you’re baking bread and/or working with a lot of yeast you may want to clean it more frequently than 6 months.   Regular cleaning of your ice machine ensures food safety, keeps the machine working at peak performance, and prolongs the overall life of the machine.   Manitowoc Ice built...
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Bar Blenders vs. Food Blenders - November 2015

By Lee Davis, C.F.S.P.   I was recently asked how a commercial bar blender differs from a food blender. It’s a good question. The easy answer is: “a bar blender is designed to make frozen drinks and a food blender is designed for processing food.” While there is truth in that answer, it’s not terribly helpful in differentiating features and design details. I reached out to my friends...