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Superstitious Supper With A Story

In honor of the impending Friday the 13th this week, let’s explore how superstition can play a role in any restaurant. You may not believe in many of the good luck or bad luck traditions from around the world, but

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Deciding How To Decorate For The Holidays

December is a month of many holidays, each dependent upon a particular set of beliefs or traditions. Getting your restaurant in the holiday spirit for our modern world can be challenging and overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you

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Working With Wedding Crowds

Whether hosting a rehearsal dinner or catering an extravagant wedding, many restaurants find their way into the wedding business in one form or another. So, what is the difference between serving a wedding crowd and the Friday night regulars and

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Creepiest Foods in the World

The age-old question that will forever live in the minds of diners is, “Who was the first person to figure out this was edible?” Who hasn’t found themself imagining what the first man to fry an egg or the first

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How To Pull In The Working Lunch Crowd

  Lunch crowds have a long history of being difficult to reign in, especially those popping in on a break from work. If you’re looking to capitalize on this particular group, there are few key points to keep in mind

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Cool Weather Cooking

When the outdoor temperatures take a dip dining guests are looking for meals to warm them from the inside out. With so many hot dish options it can be difficult to modernize classic cool weather staples. Cooler weather dishes should

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Product Spotlight: Slip-On Shoe

Every chef spends a large portion of his or her career searching for the perfect kitchen shoe. The holy trinity of comfort, slip resistance, and durability are always the goal and seldom the result. If you find yourself on such

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Getting Kids In The Kitchen

Dining out is often a family occasion. Modern parents are spending more time thinking about what their kids are eating and how they help picky eaters in particular find their inner adventurous foodie. For most kids, fun-based learning is a

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Serving Up Summer Inspiration

Summer is upon us and for many that means fresh, local produce is just beginning to be abundantly shared. Perhaps it’s the heat, or maybe just the lackadaisical nature of the season, but diners are looking for fresh and refreshing

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Cookout For A Cause

  One great way to celebrate fallen soldiers this Memorial Day is by raising awareness and funds for a related organization. Sounds like a great idea, but what would be the best fundraiser for this holiday? Well, nothing other than

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