Utilizing Meat In Your Recipes

  • The Most Comprehensive Kitchen Supply Chain And What It Means For Restaurant Owners

    28 November 2018

    As a restaurant owner, you are constantly trying to find a kitchen supply chain that does not shut down, close out, and/or leave you hanging for the things you need. It gets to be a hassle, too, when you are looking for something specific, and the supplier or manufacturer does not make or sell said item, so you have to try a different company completely. What you need is a company who manufacturers everything for the commercial kitchen from chafing dishes to spatulas.

  • 5 Reasons To Drink Wine With Your Next Meal

    3 September 2018

    If you're looking for a way to improve your everyday meals and you enjoy trying new wines, you may want to consider drinking wine with your next meal. This is a great way to make your food taste even better and to reward yourself after a long day at work. With so many delicious and flavorful wines to choose from, you'll never run out of options to try. Keep reading to better understand the top reasons why it's a good idea to add a glass of wine to your meal: 

  • 4 Dishes To Try At A Mediterranean Restaurant

    22 April 2018

    You've probably heard people talking about all the benefits of a Mediterranean diet. High in fruits and vegetables, beans, whole grains, nuts, and seeds, and healthy fats like olive oil, the diet is thought to be good for your heart and to reduce the risk of diseases like cancer, and Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. Mediterranean food also tastes great! If you're planning a trip to the new Mediterranean restaurant in your city, here are a few dishes that may be on the menu and that you should definitely consider trying.

  • How To Help Your Restaurant Cater To Diabetics

    9 November 2017

    The American Diabetes Association said that in 2015, about 30 million Americans had diabetes; and, there were likely many undiagnosed cases. Since diabetics produce little or no insulin—a hormone that helps transfer energy to cells—glucose can build up in the bloodstream and cause many health issues. As you can imagine, diabetics have to carefully watch what they eat, so that excess glucose isn't an issue. Dining out can be extra challenging for these individuals since nutrition and portion size can be a gamble.

  • Are You Hosting A Party With A Hawaiian Theme?

    5 October 2017

    Are you hosting a party with a Hawaiian theme? Is a special occasion coming up? Maybe a birthday or an anniversary? Perhaps you're having a celebration upon your return from a trip to Hawaii, wanting to share your trip news with friends and family. For whatever reason you've decided on having a Hawaiian-themed party, from the invitations to arranging for luau catering, here are some ideas that might inspire you to plan an event that your guests will remember for a very long time.

  • Five Things You Can Do With Extra Dry Ice

    6 September 2017

    If you ordered frozen food or medication in the mail, chances are good that it came with some dry ice. If that dry ice is still frozen, it's a shame to just throw it away. There are so many fun (and in some cases, useful) things you can do with leftover dry ice. Here are some ideas to get you started. Save It For An Emergency You could just stash the dry ice away in your freezer and save it for an emergency.

  • Indian Food For Newbies

    2 August 2017

    If you typically don't eat Indian food and want to try ordering some, the menus, dish names, etiquette, and ingredients may seem intimidating. That's all right; Indian food covers a huge geographical and historical region, and you shouldn't expect to learn everything about it in a few minutes of browsing a menu. But it's also one of the tastiest and nutritious cuisines available, and it's worth learning more about how and what to order.