Restaurant Management


How Denver-based Rise and Shine Biscuit Kitchen and Cafe Does Breakfast

Posted on November 17, 2010
Biscuit

We at FoodServiceWarehouse.com went to Seth Rubin, owner of Rise & Shine Biscuit Kitchen and Cafe in Denver, Colorado, to ask him a few questions about how he does breakfast at his restaurant.

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Restaurant Grease Theft

A couple of times a year, restaurant industry newsletters link news stories about wily bandits who have pulled off the heist of a lifetime. The loot, restaurant grease. Wait, what? That's right. For several years, now, grease theft has been an issue in bins behind restaurant across the country. The Value of Used Restaurant Oil Recycling used oil from commercial kitchens is nothing new. Typically, the grease from the fryers and grease trap ...

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Ask a Chef: 10 Questions for Chef Tim Haze

Name: Chef Tim Haze Position/Title: Executive Chef, CEC, CWP Restaurant: White Bear Yacht Club Years in the industry:  25 years 1. When did you fall in love with cooking? My mother has a picture of me on a step stool at the stove making an omelet when I was 3 years old.  I guess cooking has just always been in there. 2. Tell me a little about how you got into the food and beverage industry? After working in fast ...

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The Egg Recall of 2010

Posted on October 13, 2010
Egg Recall

The big question for egg consumers and producers alike is what can be done to prevent this from happening again? Here are some of the suggestions on the table.

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Recession Planning: McDonald’s Dollar Menus!

Posted on October 11, 2010
dollar menu

Should you still be recession planning? Or, should you be planning a recession-proof business model? According to the guys who tell us what’s actually going on with the economy these days, the recession is over, and has been over since last year. While that may be true, it’s still hard to believe it when restaurants and other businesses are struggling to get customers in the seats, or worse, closing the doors altogether. Still, some businesses and business models are experiencing just the opposite—that is, they have actually seen improved sales this year. McDonald’s is one such fast-food chain that is showing gains through it's clever recession planning. Its sales rose in August, 4.6 percent in the U.S. This beats the figure from the previous year, which was only 2.2 percent. Sales also rose slightly in Europe. And globally, sales were up 4.9 percent in August.

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