3 Kinds Of Sushi

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There are a lot of people who think sushi is just some bits of fish or vegetables wrapped up in rice. And they are partially right: that is sushi, but that is only one kind of sushi. There are a lot of different things that go under the broad classification of sushi.  Norimaki Norimaki may also be called makizushi. Not only is norimaki its name, it's also descriptive of what kind of sushi this is.

9 August 2018

Tips For Keeping Ground Coffee Fresh And Delicious At Home

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For many people, a hot cup of coffee is a necessity in the morning to get the day started. When one goes to a grocery store, there is a wide selection of ground coffee available, making it easy for anyone to enjoy a cup of coffee at home instead of having to pick up a cup on the way to work at a gas station or a coffee shop. But, if you want the freshest, most delicious cup of coffee possible at home, it is important for ground coffee to be properly stored after the package is initially opened.

8 August 2018

Tips For Purchasing Commercial Catering Equipment

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Running a catering business can be very rewarding and lucrative as the company grows a great reputation. But when you're first starting out your catering company, you will need to invest in the right catering equipment to allow you to prepare the food that your customers order. Don't make the mistake of blindly ordering a variety of catering equipment from a supplier -- it is important to be prepared and do your research so you can make strategic buys that most benefit your business.

7 August 2018

Tips For Handling, Transporting, And Storing Dry Ice

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If you want to make punch bowls that look like they are smoking at your next party, then you need to use dry ice. However, dry ice is not the same as ice made of water and requires special handling, transporting, and storing to keep you and your family safe. To this end, here is a list of tips to get the most out of your emergency ice purchase. Tip: Always Use Gloves to Prevent Dry Ice Burns

6 August 2018

Funny Food Delivery Stories That'll Brighten Your Day

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Folks who work in the food delivery business can tell you that dealing with a large section of the public leads to some interesting experiences. These four stories will help you appreciate what the person bringing your next pizza, cup of noodles, or sandwich has to do to make your day a little easier and tastier. This is Awkward A pizza delivery guy from a major national chain pulled up to the curbside near a residence only to spot another person from a competing chain already standing at the door.

5 August 2018

Opening A Small Restaurant? Why A Walk-In Refrigerator Is Absolutely Essential

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Getting started in the restaurant industry is something that a chef often dreams of doing. There's nothing like governing your own eatery and being able to craft a specialized menu that is full of all the foods you love to prepare. You might have worked in the business for years and feel that you're now ready to go your own way. The establishment that you're opening might not be very big at the start, but certain tools are essential if you want your restaurant to be a success.

3 August 2018

What You Need To Know Hosting A Holiday Feast For Grown Ups

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Now that you've graduated from college, got your first professional job, rented your own apartment, and even bought some real furniture, dishes, and other household effects, you're probably looking ahead to holiday entertaining in your home. You're probably longing to show off your matching dishes, silverware, and glassware, so why not plan a holiday dinner party? Dinner parties provide an ideal way to bring together loved ones for a holiday celebration, but few things are more uncomfortable than a dinner party gone wrong.

1 August 2018