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Keeping Food Warm For Longer

Keeping Food Warm For Longer

Keeping hot foods hot until they are served is a food serving challenge. If heat is not contained immediately after cooking, food can quickly lose heat in two ways:  Radiation - Hot food radiates heat out into the room Evaporation - and as moisture evaporates off the...

When Do You Need Short Term Hire Chefs?

When Do You Need Short Term Hire Chefs?

Short term hire chefs are the not so secret saving graces of the food business industry.   The main problem that food businesses have, especially during these times, are staffing issues.  Often, the owners or managers face the problems of staff quitting or not...

What To Consider Before Hiring Seasonal Employees

What To Consider Before Hiring Seasonal Employees

Restaurants go through seasons, and so should staffing needs.   After all, proper handling of the customer volume during both peak and slow seasons can keep your business from compromising the quality of food and service as well as maximizing profit. It is...

7 Etiquette Tips For Waiters

7 Etiquette Tips For Waiters

Waiters stand as the primary point of contact when guests enter a restaurant.   Waiters serve as the food venue salesperson, regardless of the food venue type. Naturally, with this responsibility, they are required to observe specific etiquette standards. How...

The Roles Of The Chef Uniform

The Roles Of The Chef Uniform

Kitchen uniforms are essential features in the food industry.   It serves a utilitarian function as well as a representation of the trade. In particular, a chef's uniform, sometimes referred to as the chef whites, whether on your staff or short-term hire chefs,...

When Your Chef Calls In Sick

When Your Chef Calls In Sick

The Covid-19 pandemic has made everyone in the hospitality industry rethink how to handle staffing absences and leaves due to illnesses.   The transmission and damage of this coronavirus infection required a more thorough system of health checks and allowances...

Food Serving and Presentation in Aged Care

Food Serving and Presentation in Aged Care

It is a common finding that residents of aged care homes suffer from malnutrition.   Malnutrition can lead to sarcopenia, a condition characterized by loss of skeletal muscle mass and function, contributing to an increased risk of falls, fractures, arthritis,...

How Food Businesses Deal With Leftovers

How Food Businesses Deal With Leftovers

Food waste on whatever level always equates to a financial cost.   Any business in this food industry knows that the food waste crisis presents a problem in their pockets and our environment. Food waste is one of the largest producers of greenhouse gases...