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Charitable Restaurants Non-profits, community organizations, and school groups often host fundraising events to benefit a charitable cause or to help members cover the costs of necessities like uniforms and travel expenses. Restaurant fundraisers require minimal amounts of labor and a relatively small time commitment, so… Read More >

Who’s in the Pool? There’s a lot of discussion about tipping – who should be tipped, how much they should be tipped, how tipping should affect the minimum wage, and whether tipping should be abolished entirely, just to name a few of the topic’s hotly… Read More >

Natural Disaster Prep for Restaurants Natural disasters are unavoidable and can be devastating to homes and businesses alike. While some locations are more susceptible to catastrophes than others, every business should be prepared for the worst. Having a plan for handling a variety of emergency… Read More >

Restaurant Disasters: The Unusual Suspects Slick floors. Heavy loads. Fast traffic. Knives, both sharp and dull. Hot ovens and cooktops. Uncool coolers and walk-ins. Line cooks with headcolds. Mayonnaise. Mussels. Mice. These are some of the “smoking guns” we typically look to when there’s an… Read More >

Thorough Guide to Caring for Your Knife Kit 1. Hone regularly The first step in properly caring for your kitchen knives is honing regularly. Much like your teeth should be cared for daily, your knives require the same attention. Luckily, it takes less time than… Read More >

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