Do you enjoy watching golf? If so, organizing your commercial refrigerator and freezer might be the most exciting thing you’ll do this year. But for the average restaurant owner, sifting through your reach-in probably isn’t too high on your to-do list. After all, you have menus to create, supplies to order, and employees to schedule. Refrigeration equipment should work well on its own, right?
The holiday season is the most profitable time of year for the majority of catering businesses. While wedding caterers find themselves booked through the summer months, almost every catering business will be contracted for a holiday party. Pleasing your clients isn't rocket (flying reindeer?) science. If your catering is deemed a success, there is a good chance that your client will contract with you again next year. Aside from having all ...
When they hear the word “catering,” most people think of the last buffet they went through at a wedding or conference, or picking hors d’oeuvres off of a tray at a recent party. However, there are many other types of foodservice operations that fall under the domain of “catering.” If you are thinking of starting a catering company or expanding an existing one, learn about the pros and cons of different types of catering operations to determine what is right for you.
Pizza shops go through a lot of dough throughout an average day. This dough starts out as a large 50 to 60 pound blob that is cut and formed into smaller pizza dough balls. The dough balls can be formed either by hand or by machine, depending on the pizza shop’s output. Large scale pizzerias will most likely use a machine, but small shops or those that want to advertise handmade dough will want to form the pizza dough balls by hand.
Whoever decided the world has four corners is wrong. Earth is flawlessly round, just like a piping hot pizza straight from the oven. I like to think of Earth's regions as slices, and each slice of the globe has taken traditional pizza recipes and methods and adapted them to their specific tastes. In the U.S., there are four distinct pizza styles that are regularly enjoyed.