In any commercial kitchen, one of the most relied upon appliances that often goes unnoticed is the warming equipment. With the right warming equipment in your kitchen, your staff can confidently churn out dish after dish without hesitation.
Food safety, now more than ever, is essential to remain a successful foodservice operation. This is a time of great uncertainty and many foodservice operators are being forced to come up with alternative solutions to operating their establishments.
Foodservice operators across the globe have no doubt felt the impact of COVID-19. The foodservice industry has always taken extra precautions to ensure the health and safety of their customers. In this blog, we discuss things restaurants can do in the midst of the COVID-19.
From Thunder over Louisville to the Derby, Louisville can only be described as organized chaos from Mid-April through the first weekend in May. There is very precise orchestration and strategic planning for this massive event. All of this magical mayhem seems to happen at once.
If you manage a restaurant or bar, you will know keeping the glasses clean is of vital importance. Missing a single spot could seriously anger a client and cause further issues. Even if the glassware is always clean, the process of washing and drying them off could be cost and time inefficient.
When was the last time you decided to refresh your tabletop? Every foodservice professional knows that presentation is crucial to the success of the establishment. Presentation of the food not only involves what the food looks like but the perceived value of the presentation on the tabletop.
In a commercial kitchen, a good food scale can be one of the most useful tools at your disposal. Commercial food scales are made for a variety of applications. Because of their many uses, one can find several options available for scales. Not every scale is the best fit for every situation.
Commercial deep fryers create delicious foods, but they require training in both operation and safety. It’s important to note that hot oil can cause burns. Use care when operating, cleaning and servicing the fryer. Spilling hot frying oil can cause severe burns.
Dine Company was founded by Neil Manias in August 1982 after working in research and development at Kentucky Fried Chicken and as a sales engineer for Henny Penny Corporation. Dianne Manias, Neil’s wife and business partner, was the sole office staff.