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Why Your Nursing Home Should Contract With An Outside Food Service Company

If you own or operate a nursing home, there's one big decision you'll need to make when it comes to the food. You can either hire your own staff members to prepare and serve the meals or contract with an outside food service company. While some nursing homes do hire their own staff successfully, in most cases, you are better off contracting with an existing food service company. Here's why. Read More 

Two Tips To Help You Get Affordable Kitchen Appliances For Your Restaurant

Opening a new restaurant can be an extremely exciting venture.  You get the opportunity to put your business acumen to the test as you work to get your establishment up to a profitable level.  However, before you can truly get your enterprise off the ground, you're going to need to obtain kitchen appliances.  You'll require everything from a commercial refrigerator, stove, beverage dispenser, and a whole host of other items necessary to run the kitchen. Read More 

Tips To Grill Perfect Barbecue Chicken

If you love the taste of the barbecue grilled chicken that you are served at catering events, then you should know that you can create the same type of meat at home like what is cooked by the professionals. However, you will need a few tips and tricks to cook the chicken correctly to get the taste, texture, and appearance right. Get The Skin Crispy The crispy, golden, and crunchy skin that sits on the exterior of professionally cooked barbecue chicken is one of the best features of the meat. Read More 

The Five Smallest Frymaster Parts That Can Cause The Biggest Problems

Frying up some great foods is never as simple as it sounds. When running a busy restaurant, the fryer is needed on a daily basis. One malfunction can cause a lot of problems and with so many parts, it may be hard to determine the exact issue. As you troubleshoot your fryer, consider five of the smallest parts found in the machine. These parts can cause big problems, including the functioning of your fryer as a whole. Read More