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Operational Considerations for Your Restaurant's Coffee Service
by Patricia Luebke
Operational Considerations for Your Restaurant's Coffee ServiceCoffee is often the last thing diners remember about your restaurant. Here are some great tips you should consider to ensure that your guests don't leave with a bad taste in their mouth. . . . more >>


Cutlery Safety: How to Keep Your Kitchen Pros From Becoming a Bunch of Cutups
by Robert N. Rossier
Cutlery Safety: How to Keep Your Kitchen Pros From Becoming a Bunch of CutupsProper knife handling can spare injury and increase efficiency in the back of the house. Here are some tips to help your kitchen staff stay on the cutting edge . . . more >>


How to Clean Produce
by Chef Michael Tsonton
How to Clean ProduceJust about every restaurant uses fresh produce of some type. Proper cleaning techniques are necessary in order to achieve the best yield and the longest shelf life. Cleaning your vegetables and fruits also helps to safeguard your guests against potential contamination . . . more >>


Tools of the Trade: Selecting the Right Pans for Your Kitchen
by Chef Michael Tsonton
Tools of the Trade: Selecting the Right Pans for Your KitchenPans are as different as the menus and price points that they serve. Finding the pan that is right for the operation should be easy. A lot of those decisions like so many in our industry come down to money. Here is some insight to help you decide on the right pans for your operation . . . more >>


How to Select Shelving for Your New Restaurant
by Jeff B. Katz
How to Select Shelving for Your New RestaurantMost restaurant kitchens suffer from limited storage, thus adequate and proper shelving becomes a critical component in keeping your operation organized and managing your inventory. . . . more >>


The Five Points of Proper Portion Control
by Chef Joe Abuso
The Five Points of Proper Portion ControlYour managers should be ever-vigilant about noticing any deviation from your standard portioning (and everything else) and correct, encourage or cajole as needed. . . . more >>


Maintaining Control of Front-of-the-House Prep Work
by Chef Michael Tsonton
Maintaining Control of Front-of-the-House Prep WorkFood cost control isn't just a kitchen responsibility. The front of the house, by way of prep work and self service, can influence your food cost more than your realize . . . more >>


Bartending Etiquette: Avoiding Gaucheries & Faux Pas
by Robert Plotkin
Bartending Etiquette: Avoiding Gaucheries & Faux PasThere are unwritten conventions governing professional bar conduct. You know most of them intuitively. Then why is it that so many bartenders consistently step on those conventions (to the detriment of your customers' enjoyment, the bartender's own tips & your bar business)? . . . more >>


ONLINE SEMINAR: Serving & Settlement Controls
ONLINE SEMINAR: Serving & Settlement ControlsDon't let poor cash and internal controls make it easy for people to steal the most desirable commodity you've got, CASH. This program examines the most common ways servers, cashiers, bartenders and bookkeepers steal and what controls you should have in place to protect your business. . . . more >>


Measurable Improvement: A Three-Phase Approach to Increasing Profits With Food Cost Control Systems
by Joe Erickson
Measurable Improvement: A Three-Phase Approach to Increasing Profits With Food Cost Control SystemsYou absolutely must have systems in place for every phase of your operation. In this article we'll discuss the systems and controls necessary for controlling food and beverage cost, many of which are used by the big chain operators. Used regularly, these systems will help you recognize and reduce your overall food and beverage cost. . . . more >>


Tools of the Trade-Knives From Japan
Chef Michael Tsonton
Tools of the Trade-Knives From JapanKnives were once a simple proposition. Today, young cooks are discovering a whole new world of Japanese knives that weren't readily available years back. Here is a chef's insight into these valuable tools of the trade . . . more >>


Proper Use of Oil Filtration Systems Can Save Money and Time, and Improve Food Quality
by Robert N. Rossier
Proper Use of Oil Filtration Systems Can Save Money and Time, and Improve Food QualityHigh quality fried foods require clean cooking oil. Learn how proper filtration techniques not only produce great foods, but also save you money and time . . . more >>


Pulling the Plug on High Utility Bills: Ways to Control Energy Costs in Your Startup
by Robert N. Rossier
Pulling the Plug on High Utility Bills: Ways to Control Energy Costs in Your StartupUtility bills for gas, electricity, and water can be a sizeable monthly expense, and without conservation, eat at your profits. Here are some great ideas to keep your energy costs at a minimum. . . . more >>


How to Create the Ideal Startup Wine List
by Doug Frost
How to Create the Ideal Startup Wine ListCreating your first wine list can be a daunting task. Not only is the selection process difficult, but once you decide on your wines, how do you present your list so that the guest can understand your selection? Here are some truly great tips to help you get started . . . more >>


What Restaurant Operators Should Know About Cooking Oil
by Robert Rossier
What Restaurant Operators Should Know About Cooking OilIf you are a non-chef owner or manager, the more you understand about the cooking process, the better able you will be to have productive discussions with your kitchen crew regarding their craft. Here are some valuable tips for choosing the right cooking oil for your signature dishes . . . more >>


Food Storage and Handling - Breads
by Chef Michael Tsonton
Food Storage and Handling - BreadsOrdering, usage, and proper storage help to keep your restaurant's bread at its best. Here are some valuable tips for keeping your bread products fresh and waste free . . . more >>


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