Kitchen Cleaning Tips Cleaning up the kitchen is part of cooking. Not only is it easier to cook and bake in a clean kitchen, but clean surfaces and storage containers will keep your family healthier and safer. See Food Safety for more storage and cleaning tips.
Third party inspections Whereas many restaurants in the world add a set service charge to your bill, the tipping system puts discretionary power in the hands of the customer. Do you know how to use that power wisely? Ideally, good service is rewarded with good tips, and bad service is punished with bad tips. In…
Kitchen & Order The kitchen is an area of your home that gets used more often than most other areas.
Cleanliness and hygiene in restaurants One of the worst nightmares for guests has been experience of food poisoning after eating in a restaurant or some other hospitality facility. The price you pay for not taking care of hygiene and cleanliness in your hospitality facility is very expensive.
Making healthier fast food Making healthier fast food choices is easier if you plan ahead by checking the nutritional guides that most chains post on their websites. But if you don’t have the chance to prepare, you can still make smarter choices by following a few common sense guidelines.
Fast food The truth is that it’s extremely difficult to follow a healthy diet when you’re eating regularly at fast food restaurants. Fast food is typically high in trans fat, saturated fat, sodium, and calories. And it also tends to be low in nutrients and almost totally lacking in fruits, vegetables, and fiber.
Balanced diet At the core of a balanced diet are foods that are high in vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients and low in unnecessary fats and sugars. The following are essential parts of a balanced diet.
8 Tips 1. Base your meals on starchy foods: bread, potatoes, pasta, rice, noodles. Choose whole grains and potatoes with skin where possible which have more fibre, vitamins and minerals. Remember starchy foods contain fewer than half the calories of fats per gram.
Restaurant management isn’t for everyone. The frenetic pace and constant pressure can be overwhelming for many people. Effective restaurant managers need to balance the needs of staff, customers and the business while dealing with the unforeseen problems that pop-up on a daily basis. Here are seven traits of effective restaurant managers.
Keeping restaurant customers healthy is a large part of keeping them happy. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates restaurants and distributes guidelines for safe food preparation and storage. The new version of the FDA’s food code came out in 2009 and updates several requirements. The code applies to more than 1 million restaurants and…