Steal This Idea

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Steal This Idea
usda food pyramid plate
Help guests pay attention to what they’re eating and understand the dietary guidelines by creating a physical plate showing the recommended USDA food portions.
farmer in field
Try this idea from Chesapeake Public Schools to invite local famers and other agricultural workers to discuss potential partnerships and procurement opportunities.
chicken wings
Inform customers of an option that is available but not widely known, and increase participation in consumption, by changing your approach to your marketing efforts.
desserts plate
Fox Run Orchard Park is knocking down a wall in its bar, which will create a more inviting atmosphere and allow it to host a coffee and dessert bar on off nights.
shrimp lemon
In an interview with Bon Appetit magazine, Victor Clay, a line cook at Nobu Dallas in Texas, reveals his two simple tricks to prep an average of 15 to 20 shrimp per minute.
hibachi grill cooking
A ventless hibachi grill in the community serves multiple purposes. In the evening, up to eight residents can reserve the grill and enjoy a multiple-course dinner.
meal coupon
Cook Children’s Medical Center started a paid guest tray meal service a couple of years ago. Parents can purchase meal coupons and have the meal delivered.
touch screen monitor
Dartmouth College is going paperless with our menus and reporting, meaning no more heavy books. The college installed 10 touchscreen monitors in various locations
pureed food
Home of the Good Shepherd has stepped up to the challenge of creating appetizing and visually appealing modified meal options through its puree program.

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