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chefs restaurant back of house
Consultant Jim Sullivan offered some practical pointers during his educational session at the National Restaurant Association Show.
The search for different ways to satisfy consumers' hunger for bolder flavors is leading some operators to try innovative uses of familiar root vegetables. ...
cauliflower bowl
Instead of spending time portioning cauliflower into precise steaks or florets, give in to its nature, says Ron DeSantis, director of culinary excellence at Yale.
So long, chicken Parm—hello, Cuban sandwich. What consumers want between two slices of bread is changing at a considerable clip, says a new Technomic study on sandwich trends.
The foodservice manager says the cancellation caused “severe damage” to its reputation.
boulder valley schools food truck
Three noncommercial operators from across the country talk about the needs food trucks are filling on their campuses—and whether they will have staying power.
tuscan potato wedges
Potatoes always make crowd-pleasing finger-foods. Here, large potato wedges are deep-fried and served with herbed oil, slices of garlic and large parmesan shavings.
A vote could come as soon as today.
The New Age supermarket giant has opened a new venture that's packed with ideas about how to deliver convenience without the baggage of a traditional c-store...
Chain restaurants have taken a cue from carnivals this summer, churning out new iterations of fried-anything fare faster than a tilt-a-whirl. Here’s a sampling of the sort of concoctions that may...

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