Restaurant Menu Ideas

What’s New Wednesday: Sourcing Local Markets

Sourcing Local Food Markets

When it comes to your menu, sourcing local markets is one way to ensure fresh, tasty ingredients that customers will love. Buying locally also supports your community and is a great way to market your foodservice business. Read on.

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How to Create a Thanksgiving Menu for Your Restaurant

Thanksgiving Menu

Americans are eating more and more of their meals at restaurants. This includes eating out during Thanksgiving. See how you can increase business by staying open this Thanksgiving. Read on...

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Strategies and Supplies for Adding Ice Cream to Your Menu

Posted on August 8, 2014
Ice Cream in a dish

Ice cream has topped the list of most popular desserts for a long time and shows no sign of ceding its position to some upstart torte or mini-canelle. Ice cream sales reached 25.1 billion in 2011, and restaurants accounted for 57 percent of those sales. It’s a smart idea to add this easy-seller to your menu, but first take into consideration some strategies and supplies necessary to make your ice cream program a success. Know Your Target ...

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I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Panna Cotta

Cool, creamy, delicious and dreamy—that’s how I’d describe this crowd pleasing dessert which is oh-too perfect for a summer menu. And if you’re thinking ice cream, you’re wrong. This time, when I scream, we scream, we all scream— it’s for panna cotta.

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8 Ways to Sell More Soup and Chili in Your Restaurant

Posted on February 18, 2014
soup bowl with handle

As the weather gets colder customers are on the lookout for something warm, cozy and comforting...

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