Restaurant Kitchen Tools & Equipment


Top 4 Tips for Commercial Vent Hood Sustainability

FSW CaptiveAire Commercial Vent Hood

When you were growing up, did your mother ever tell you “If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen?” Mine did. That sentiment took on a whole different meaning when I worked in my first commercial kitchen. While a foodservice kitchen will always be hot due to the high volume of product coming out of it, it’s a whole different issue if the kitchen is smoky. If you’ve got a haze in your kitchen, it may be time to check on your vent hood system. Read on.

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Top 5 Things to Consider when Buying a Walk-In Cooler

Kolpak Walk-in Cooler

So you’ve signed on the dotted line and acquired the space for your new commercial kitchen. Now, it’s time to start designing and purchasing the equipment that will make your kitchen the epitome of efficiency. One of the most important pieces of equipment you’ll ever buy is your commercial refrigeration system. Read on.

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What’s New Wednesday: Supera Worktop Refrigerators

Posted on April 29, 2015
Supera Worktop Refrigeration

What do the Apple Bottom Jeans girl, the 2008 stock market and Supera Worktop Refrigerators have in common? They both get pretty low. While this was bad for the stock market, the fact that Supera's Worktop Refrigerators are so low means cleanup is a breeze and the worktop stations are durable. That means you can chop your heart out all day and not shed a single tear—unless you’re slicing onions, or course.

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Top 4 Reasons to Clean Your Refrigerator’s Condenser

Supera Commercial Refrigerator Condenser

So, you’ve made an investment in a commercial refrigerator for your foodservice business. Now, you want to make the most of that investment. Did you know that one simple step can prolong the life of your commercial refrigerator? Read on...

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Dry Ingredient Storage in a Commercial Kitchen

Posted on April 14, 2015
Dry Ingredient Storage Shelves

Dry ingredients consist of flours, spices, rice, pasta, and other non-perishable items. When you have a lot of ingredients to store, it’s best to stay organized. Not only does this keep your storage space clean, but it makes your ingredients a whole lot more accessible. But what should a dry storage area setup look like and is there really a method to the mayhem? Read on...

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