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Bestselling Chemco Cleaner

- 3/16/2015 10:38:02 AM
Bestselling Chemco CleanerChemco, as a partner of the Environmental Protection Agency's Safer Detergents Stewardship Initiative, is committed to making safe chemicals that quickly break down into non-polluting compounds. Chemco is a respected brand because they create safe and eco-friendly products that are as effective as their competition's harsh, toxic chemicals. They have many options that can be used in kitchens or restaurants for cleaning their spaces or preparing for an upcoming inspection. Here's a quick introduction to just a few of Chemco's bestselling kitchen cleaners.
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Many Menu Options vs. Few Menu Options

- 2/18/2015 8:36:56 AM
Many Menu Options vs. Few Menu OptionsYour restaurant's menu is significant to your restaurant's overall success. Your menu's appearance, selection, and size all affects your business's overall demeanor. The food on your menu is a pricey investment and it’s imperative that it sells well, otherwise the restaurant has no success. Many restaurant owners try to create competitive menus by offering countless options but there are many benefits to a concise menu.
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The Anatomy of a Knife

- 2/3/2015 7:27:58 AM
The Anatomy of a KnifeWhen it comes to kitchen cutlery it's easy to think in simple terms - the blade and the handle. In reality, a knife's anatomy is complex. Here we'll explain the full anatomy of a knife so you can use your kitchen cutlery to its fullest potential. As mentioned, knives are made up of two primary parts, the handle and blade. But, to get a better understanding of how to use your knife, the handle and blade can be broken down into more detail.
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2015 Health Food Trends

- 12/31/2014 12:52:29 PM
2015 Health Food TrendsIt seems like each year new health food trends take the culinary world by storm. 2014 was the year of kale, the paleo diet, and eating gluten-free. As 2015 approaches many foodies are asking, "what's next". Observing consumer trends is a great way to stay ahead of competition. In today's blog, Public Kitchen Supply will discuss some of the food trend predictions for 2015. Consider what your customers may be looking for this New Year. People in the food industry are predicting a spike cauliflower's popularity, plant-based proteins, and Matcha.
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Should You Accept Reservations?

- 11/5/2014 8:43:08 AM
Should You Accept Reservations?Staying up-to-date on the latest restaurant tendencies and trends can be overwhelming. One of the latest trends, however caught our eye. Recently, it has become more common for restaurants to refuse to take reservations. For many customers this practice is frustrating and inconvenient but the reason behind the no reservation trend has an explanation. Let us explain the possible benefits and detriments of accepting reservations and why this trend seems to be growing across restaurants.
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How to Make a Stir-Fry Dish

- 8/28/2014 2:33:09 PM
How to Make a Stir-Fry DishBuwei Yang Chao first coined the term stir-fry in her book How to Cook and Eat in Chinese. First published in 1945, many culinary historians consider it the first book to present traditional Chinese recipes to an American audience. Over the years stir-fry has become a common entree gracing dinner tables everywhere. Stir-fry is a great way to incorporate fresh vegetables and lean meat into a delicious meal. In today’s blog Public Kitchen Supply will explain how quick and easy a stir-fry meal can be with the right kitchen smallwares.
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