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We’re back with next year’s menu forecast, culled from our panel of 50 Chefs’ Council members—culinarians representing the core segments of noncommercial foodservice.
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When an alma mater and an employer are one in the same, it can be a win-win for both the employee and the school. Here’s two students’ experiences with campus dining.
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Here’s how the University of Missouri in Columbia and other operators have rebounded from tense situations to create comfortable and inclusive work environments.
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Once you've attracted good employees, providing clear opportunities for advancement can help retain them—but knowing when to bring up the topic can be tricky...
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From the standpoint of the foodservice director, there is plenty to gain from retaining homegrown talent—call it the ultimate return on investment.
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Through culinary arts programs, students learn the basics of agriculture, practice pivoting a menu based on seasonality, and compost as they cook.
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Whether to make the job more appealing or extend personality to the guest, restaurants are allowing workers to express their individuality through what they wear.
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In high-volume operations, few look at herb gardens as the end-all-be-all budgeting solution. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t a return on the investment.
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Open kitchen concepts satisfy guests’ desire for transparency. But there are some caveats. Here’s how to create a positive experience when the walls are down.
recipe revamp chicken soup
Instead of cooking two versions of chicken noodle soup, The Garladnds of Barrington reworked a recipe into a flavorful lower-sodium version that appeals to all.

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