When the time came to renovate the 1960’s kitchen inside New York-based Adirondack Health, Carl Bowen, Director of Nutritional Services, was determined to select equipment that would support his vision of efficiency […]
On the second World Day of the Poor in Rome, Italy, more than 1,500 homeless people were invited to have lunch at the Paul VI Hall in the Vatican. The day was observed on Sunday, Nov. 18, and featured a special mass at St. Peter’s Basilica in the morning. World Day of the Poor began in 2017 at the request of Pope Francis.
When James Beard Award-winning Chef Chris Shepherd and his team at Houston-based Underbelly Hospitality began designing their new steakhouse, Georgia James, they knew they needed shelving that was durable, long-lasting and innovative […]
Food storage is a top priority in any kitchen. When storing your food correctly, you keep your customers safe, your ingredients fresh and your money in your pocket. However, storing food incorrectly […]
It is important to uphold food safety protocols whether food is being served inside or outside the kitchen. With the increase in food delivery demand, your restaurant must adapt to keep up […]
Food Safety 101: Food has been safely cooked when the internal temperature is high enough to kill any organisms that could make you sick. Employees often incorrectly assume food is cooked to […]
A house would crumble without a solid foundation. The same goes for a restaurant’s storage space. You can’t make amazing food if it’s not in a safe, organized and clean environment. Where […]