Choosing A Better Food Supplier
After struggling for months with poor food vendors, we realized that we needed to start shopping around for a new food supplier. I knew that our restaurant was only as good as the food that we served, so we started meeting with different vendors and trying to tell what set them apart. After meeting with several different businesses, we were really impressed with one supplier that really knew their stuff. This blog is all about what to look for in a food supplier and how to avoid problems with poor quality foodservice and ingredients. You never know, some of this advice could make your restaurant truly special.
If you've started your emergency preparedness plan …
If you are going to have a need for a large amount …
The deep, rich flavor of cocoa makes for a lovely …
One of the simplest long-term things you can do to …
While in the U.S. it's common to have coffee black …
If you've started your emergency preparedness plans, pay close attention to your water supply. In an emergency situation, you may be able to go a couple of weeks without food, but that's not the case where water is concerned. In an emergency situation, you might only be able to go a couple of days without water, which is why an emergency supply is so crucial. Here are three tips that will help you plan for your emergency water needs.
If you are going to have a need for a large amount of deli foods, such as for a wedding reception or a holiday party at your office, you will need to know how to get your order filled in the best way possible. This way, you are not going to end up with any disappointments.
Figure Your Portions Carefully
It is important to first figure out how many people you are expected to serve with the deli order you will be placing.
The deep, rich flavor of cocoa makes for a lovely cookie. Prepared with buttermilk and real Dutch cocoa, these cake-like cookies are topped in a smooth, dark chocolate frosting. They're the perfect dessert for a weeknight and a good choice for bake sales, too!
Ingredients (for the cookies):
1 cup white sugar 1 stick butter 1/2 cup buttermilk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 medium egg 1/3 cup good quality Dutch cocoa 1 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt Ingredients (for the frosting):
One of the simplest long-term things you can do to improve your drinking and cooking water is to install a salt softener system to filter minerals out of the water. Here are some steps that you'll go through to set up one of these systems.
Measure Your Water's Hardness
The first thing to do is test your water supply to determine its hardness. You can get estimates from your municipal supply, or use a water softening contractor to do testing in your home.
While in the U.S. it's common to have coffee black or with cream and sugar, in different areas of the world there are a wide variety of different coffee recipes that you can try to spice up your routine a bit. These range from the typical coffee recipe in France of cafe au lait made with half milk and half espresso to those that are a bit more exotic, like the Wiener melange coffee in Austria that contains a mix of espresso, egg yolk, brown sugar and whipped cream.