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Making Dye with Your Dying Beets

In my opinion beets are one of the most versatile root vegetables on the market. Beet juice is an all natural food dye that can add a layer of brilliant color to many dishes.

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Foodservice Fun with Flatbread

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!

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Give your Leftovers a Frittata Facelift

Frittatas are an egg-based Italian dish similar to an omelette or a crustless quiche, baked with additional ingredients such as cheese, vegetables, cooked meats and herbs – making them an extremely versatile way to reinvent leftovers…

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Foodservice Recipe: Steak and Eggs Breakfast Tacos

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!

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Foodservice Recipe: BBQ Brunch Burrito

It happens – hungry customers can’t decide between a delicious breakfast or a BBQ lunch. Menuing this hearty wrap saves the day! Seriously though, the flavor combinations in this brunch dish are sure to impress.

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Foodservice Recipe: Brunch Ramen Bowl

A delicious and unique brunch offering your customers will remember. Inspired by the growing trend in “bowl” dishes and loaded with international appeal, this dish will spice up your mid-morning menu.

Video: Eggs Benedict for a Crowd

Bon Appétit has approached every element of the classic eggs Benedict recipe to optimize it for a crowd. Poaching eggs in advance. A hollandaise that will stay luscious for hours. A tray of perfectly toasted, buttery muffins. Yep—it’s all here. This recipe comes together in under an hour and much of it can be prepped in advance.