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The season of hearty fare and soups is upon us, and so to is the need for us to come up with fun creative dishes to match the seasonal appetite changes of our guests.

Although raw garlic is absolutely delicious it sometimes has a mild metallic flavor and may be to overpowering for some recipes. Roasted garlic on the other hand becomes far more subtle during the roasting process…

A cheese curd is essentially the cheese solids that remains after being separated, or cut, from the whey in the cheese making process. Cheese curds as we know them are a young un-aged, unformed cheese…

Impossible Foods has created a vegetable based substitution for beef; and it works. This product has a the look of beef, texture of beef, subtle flavors of beef and much to my surprise has a mild beef aroma when cooking…

Naan is a leavened, oven-baked flatbread found in the cuisines of Middle East, Central Asia, and Indian. Over the years this has become one of my personal favorite staples in the bread world.

Curious about the name? Well, the use of naan bread to create a taco equals – naco – naturally! Cafe H, Korean BBQ Beef is the perfect catalyst for an easy and flavorful twist on a traditional taco. This recipe uses naan in place of tortillas or shells, a warm and soft handheld alternative to its corn-based counterpart.

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The season of hearty fare and soups is upon us, and so to is the need for us to come up with fun creative dishes to match the seasonal appetite changes of our guests.

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Seared ribeye steak caramelized in Kogi OG kalbi marinade, served in corn tortillas with fresh cilantro, diced tomatoes and Kogi salsa roja.

Fresh fried chips layered with pulled pork, bacon, sausage, slaw, pickles and cheese. Baked and drizzled with salsa roja and ranch dressing. 

There’s no wrong time for tacos, even during breakfast and brunch! These steak and egg breakfast tacos topped off with guacamole, sour cream and salsa will give your AM crowd a dish to rave about all day long!

Easy to prepare and packed with popular flavors. This 12″ pizza is a delicious entree or appetizer.

A whole grain flour tortilla baked in a large muffin tin, then filled with mashed potatoes, ready to be topped and loaded with students’ favorite proteins and veggies. 

Crispy fried panko crusted fish tossed with Sweet Baby Ray’s Mango Habanero Sauce inside a fresh hot flour tortilla topped with slaw and served with extra glaze and fresh orange wedges. This delicious seafood dish will appeal to health conscious guests and bold flavor-seekers alike!

Add some seriously impressive flavor to your Brisket with Ken’s® Blue Ribbon Texas Barbecue Sauce. Mexican meets American cuisine with a twist in this savory dish, sure to be a hit with any crowd!

A delicious recipe idea featuring pork shoulder is rubbed with Mexican spices, browned, and braised in crushed tomatoes, vinegar, peppers and onions.

The season of hearty fare and soups is upon us, and so to is the need for us to come up with fun creative dishes to match the seasonal appetite changes of our guests.

Last month the Maine School Nutrition Association (MSNA) invited our very own Chef Tim to do a breakout presentation a their annual Winter Food Show. Tim showed the attendees some fun ways to get creative with flatbread!

Take a kid-favorite snack, and turn it into a satisfying lunch meal! Lean turkey, topped with cheddar cheese, diced tomato, romaine lettuce, and finished with Whole Grain Cheez-Its.

Curious about the name? Well, the use of naan bread to create a taco equals – naco – naturally! Cafe H, Korean BBQ Beef is the perfect catalyst for an easy and flavorful twist on a traditional taco. This recipe uses naan in place of tortillas or shells, a warm and soft handheld alternative to its corn-based counterpart.

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A delicious recipe idea featuring pork shoulder is rubbed with Mexican spices, browned, and braised in crushed tomatoes, vinegar, peppers and onions.

Humans have had street food since the dawn of civilization. The ancient Greeks sold fried fish, while the Aztecs peddled tamales. Iconic American street snacks include pizza, hot dogs and funnel cake. Recently, the street food game has become more elevated and restaurants are cashing in on this age-old dining trend…

Increasing competition and customer expectations for consistent, quality service at restaurants makes getting people in the door more difficult than ever in today’s market. Competition created by new establishments and constant scrutiny via social media have raised the bar for service standards. Modern restaurateurs must react faster in order to succeed…

Last month the Maine School Nutrition Association (MSNA) invited our very own Chef Tim to do a breakout presentation a their annual Winter Food Show. Tim showed the attendees some fun ways to get creative with flatbread!

Longer days and warmer weather can mean new sales opportunities. After months of cold weather, people are eager to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. From al fresco dining to special summer menus, here are five ways you can take advantage of the changing season and drive sales this summer.

Tilapia is a versatile fish that’s a perfect canvas for a variety of sauces and seasonings. The firm texture and mild flavor of tilapia make it ideal for a variety of cooking methods.

Looking to drive up guest counts at lunch? So were these chefs. Here’s how they’re doing it. People are busy in the middle of the day. How do you get them to consider lunch away from their desks and away from quick-serve counters? To help answer that question, we tapped three talented chefs, who not […]

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The sauce flavors, fire and mild, you grew up with and love are flavoring nacho chips for the first time. These on-trend flavors appeal to millennials (there’s a reason Taco Bell has 316 million social media followers!)

This week we’ve added 2 new items to our inventory. First from American Farms we have a new Creamy Peanut Butter. Available in 5lb containers, you can’t go wrong with just some old fashion creamy peanut butter. From Mexican Original we have a Whole Grain Taco Shell. Pre-fried shells, packed carefully to preserve freshness and prevent breakage. Great for any K12 establishment.

This week we’ve added 11 new items to our inventory. From Highland Market, Multigrain Croutons. Next a Parmesan Cheese Pouch, that delivers an incredibly zesty burst flavor and is the perfect companion to pizzas, pastas and salads. Just in time for autumn, Apple Crisp Donuts from Maplehurst. From Pactiv, a microwave safe, blast freezer safe and display case friendly chicken roaster container. Next, imported Danish pastries from Mette Munk – a must see. New from Taco Bell, their iconic sauce flavors are now chips! From Fantapak comes a Quart Food Bag with Zipper. New, from Brooklyn Cannoli, chocolate coated cannoli shells. Take your taste buds on an adventure with the new Ocean Spray Raspberry Lemonade Craisins. Lastly, from Sweet Baby Ray’s an epic Jamaican Jerk Sauce.

This week we’ve added 9 new items to our inventory. First from the brand Royal, we’ve added a Basmati Rice. From the foothills of the Himalayan mountains, this Royal basmati rice is a staple ingredient of many popular recipes! Next from Durkee, Coriander Spice, add a sprinkle of this to guacamole, taco fillings, tamales and enchiladas. Now carrying Follow Your Heart Vegenaise, a 100% Vegan Mayonnaise. New from Steve’s Snacks, we’re carrying two of their Classic Whoopie Pies. Available in two sizes, JR that is 3oz, and Classic that is 6oz. Both are individually wrapped with no label. Next from McCormick, a Lemon Peel Spice. From ProView, a new 2 compartment hinged container, microwave safe, black with clear vented lid. Another Non-Foods item we’ve added is a Round Paper Plate 6″ from Berkley, biodegradable. And lastly, from Great Lakes Cheese a 6lb Mozzarella Cheese Block… 

Korean Beef BBQ from Cafe H® is a premium ingredient ready to anchor your next internationally inspired dish. Tender sliced beef is authentically seasoned with the rich flavors of traditional Korean spices, ginger, soy, sesame and garlic. Great for Korean BBQ dishes, sandwiches, tacos, rice & noodle bowls, pizzas, flat breads and as an ingredient for appetizers, soups and small plates.

Tilapia is a versatile fish that’s a perfect canvas for a variety of sauces and seasonings. The firm texture and mild flavor of tilapia make it ideal for a variety of cooking methods.