While the diet itself if quite strict; creating dishes that fit within it using commonly stocked foodservice products is relatively easy. Developing a well rounded and flavorful dish will be a bigger challenge than sourcing the actual ingredients.
The proper strategy for a successful health inspection is to be ready at all times. To stay ahead of the game, managers can conduct weekly, in-house inspections. Here are nine tips to help your team prepare…
When cooked, the flesh of this unique squash can be forked away from the shell in strands similar in appearance to spaghetti. Spaghetti squash is an amazingly diverse eat that will without a doubt invoke your own creative twists.
Winter is rapidly approaching, and that means flu season is upon us. Usually, flu season is considered as being October through about February, which means that we’re cruising right into the flu danger zone. The flu, aside from just being downright unpleasant and exhausting for the person who’s sick, is also problematic for the workplace…
Smoked turkey breast and crisp turkey bacon are surrounded by fresh greens and the peppery zest of house-made watercress cream cheese, adding a modern twist to the New York bagel club. Serve with a side of red cabbage coleslaw to add even more veggies to the meal.
This week 7 new items have been added to our inventory. Fresh out of the oven from Bake’N Joy comes their new clean label line – Kitchen Classics™ and NEW scoopable Double Chocolate Gourmet Brownie Batter. From Mott’s we’ve added 24oz plastic jars of their Original Applesauce. In non-foods from Georgia Pacific we’ve added 3 new Enmotion Gen 2 refills. Lastly from World Centric we’ve added 2 new clear plastic clamshell containers.
Three new items have been added to our inventory including whole grain mini flat breads, all natural premium dark turkey burger patties and more…
Making Plant-Based Eating Doable and Desirable in K-12 and Healthcare Webinar: Thursday, March 8, 2018: 2-3 PM Eastern. Attend this webinar to explore the growing trend of plant based diets and examine their nutritional adequacy in K-12 and Healthcare as well as visualize enticing ways to prepare veggie cuisine.
Ten weeks have gone by since we shared our first podcast, but it really only feels like 10 days. Thank you to our listeners for the great feedback; your thoughts, ideas and support have helped us improve our podcasting efforts.
Children and teens should consume less than six teaspoons of added sugars a day, a new American Heart Association statement advises.