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Be Unique. Be Different. Stand Out

Due to the saturation of messaging and offers bombarding us today, creating a restaurant brand that stands out from the crowd can be a tricky proposition. In an environment of dining satiety, an eatery must differentiate its name and reputation in order to grow sales. Tips to Getting Noticed

Fundamentals of Prison Kitchen Design

Every sector of the food industry has its own unique set of challenges. From the outside, many people tend to think these revolve around food; after all, that’s the business we’re in. But we all know restaurant owners need to do far more than maintain an ...

The Internet of Things and Your Kitchen

Smart this, smart that. Today, the big buzz in the tech world is not the latest app available for your smartphone or a new feature on a tablet; in fact, it goes beyond the sophisticated devices and computers and right into the everyday objects that surrou ...

The Breakthrough Ovens of the Future

It’s safe to say one of the most fundamental parts of any kitchen, whether it’s a kitchen from 2,000 years ago or one of today’s modern, advanced kitchens, is the ability to heat food. At the center of every kitchen (with the exception of some raw-food ki ...

Automated Dishwashing Stations and More

It would be interesting to take a survey and see how many of today’s top chefs or acclaimed restaurateurs were initiated into the business as a dishwasher. Soaking the hard-to-clean pots, going after the baked-on food with steel wool and loading trays int ...

The Future of the Commercial Kitchen

Back in the 1950s, America was fascinated by the home of the future. Publications like Look and Life magazines would regularly profile the yet-to-be designed and built kitchens of the 1990s and 2000s. Fully automated kitchens had push-button controls and ...

5 of the Best College Dining Halls and Food Programs

There was a time when college students across the country went to drab, linoleum-floored cafeterias to eat. They filed into line, sat at crowded tables and ate food that, at best, was forgettable.The cafeterias you probably remember from your college days ...

Educational Nights at Your Restaurant

It’s funny how many people spend their childhoods dreading school. They spend more time looking at the clock than at the chalkboard. They wait for the hour, the day, the year when they won’t have homework, won’t have to rush between classes and won’t have ...

Entertainment Nights at Your Establishment

For many restaurant owners and managers, winter can turn into a continual process of brainstorming ideas about how to get patrons through the doors.Sporting events are always a trusty ally in this effort, but far too often, managers become over-reliant on ...

Seasonal Foods to Excite Customers

When it comes to winter, there seems to be two types of people: those who love it and those who hate it. Those who love it get the most out of it. They’re the grown-up versions of the kids sledding down hills, building snow forts and throwing snowballs. T ...

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