Three Takes On offers several different versions of the same classic dish. This month: unique takes on sausage dishes.
07-29-2013 Menu Development
Mass-produced coffee is falling out of favor, and fast. Now customers want local, sustainable options roasted fresh. So it’s no surprise many operators are partnering with local roasters...
07-26-2013 Menu Development
What’s the one thing your kitchen has in common with nearly every other kitchen? An international staff. “When you work with these people, they not only influence your food, they...
07-18-2013 Menu Development
With 160 noncommercial accounts to service, Ryan McNulty, director of culinary development for Metz Culinary Management, is constantly innovating. Keeping guests coming back for more—...
06-27-2013 Menu Development
In the food industry, there are always buzzwords. Organic. Factory farming. Superfoods. And these days, gluten free. Though a gluten-free diet is a medical treatment for celiac disease, more people...
06-26-2013 Menu Development
Three Takes On offers several different versions of the same classic dish. This month: Barbecue.
06-20-2013 Menu Development
Smoking techniques are not just reserved for fine dining and barbeque restaurants; they’re a popular trend across segments. Check out how these college and university operations are keeping...
06-18-2013 Menu Development
Carbonated and artificially sweetened beverages are falling out of favor. Today, more people want healthy, nutritious options made with fresh ingredients. One way to achieve this quickly and...
06-02-2013 Menu Development
Three Takes On offers several different versions of the same classic dish. This month: Ceviche.
What if there were a cost-effective way to offer healthy, protein-laden salads that were vegetarian, nutritious and trendy? Enter ancient grains, the perfect addition to greens. By incorporating...
Tennessee has passed a bill opponents are calling ‘starve the children’, which allows school boards to opt out of the National Food Lunch Program without penalty from the state.
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A former cafeteria worker at Keystone Oaks School District in Pittsburgh, Penn., could serve up to one year in jail after pleading guilty to stealing more than $90,000 from students’ meal accounts.
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Mary Arlinda Hill continually aims to improve both Jackson Public Schools and her community.
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