Greens, eggs and ham! That’s our hamtastic spinach and broccoli quiche. Quiche is, in my opinion, one of the easiest ways to transform leftovers into a palatable, profitable work of art.
This recipe will help change your perception of what a ham sandwich is, to what a ham sandwich could be. Served open faced and topped with an egg, this Poblano dressed “ham sandwich” hits rockstar flavor levels.
Although easy in preparation, this recipe for Ham & Brie Stuffed Crepes will have your guests wondering “How the heck did they make that?” … It’s that good! Ease, flow and a labor-saving item make this a ham-dunk dish in any culinary operation.
Caramelizing is the process of slowly extracting (cooking low & slow) either natural sugars or sugars that have been added during processing. Many hams have sugars added during the curing process, which makes ham perfectly suitable for caramelizing.
Glazing ham is one of the easiest and most straightforward ways to add multi-dimensional flavor to your ham without breaking a sweat. A good glazed ham is a simple, fundamental recipe to have in your arsenal of culinary tricks.
It’s that time of year again, grab the icing and gumdrop buttons! Create that old-fashion bake-shop aroma of classic ginger and molasses…
For many restaurants, the next few weeks will likely be one of the busiest times of the year. Between Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve operators can rake in the revenue. But with more business, and more people coming through the door, the biggest challenge is always staffing…
Some of the best ingredients for inventive dishes come from the Thanksgiving table. Show your customers that you’re a culinary force during the holidays by highlighting Thanksgiving leftovers.
The craft beer selection can be a major draw for customers at casual dining operations. In fact, in just 4 years craft beer has grown 16% on menus compared to domestic and imported beers that are declining. But beer isn’t all guests are looking for. Seventy-one percent want complementary foods that go with those beers.
Christmas marketing isn’t limited to just the immediate holiday but includes your winter menu changes, catering services, increased promotions of cookies, cakes, pies, pastries and side dishes for holiday meals, holiday party bookings and gift card sales. You have a great opportunity to attract new customers, show your chef’s skills in preparing holiday favorites and exotic foods from other countries and cultures, and host special tasting events that attract convivial crowds.
The ultimate special occasion recipe! A classic bone-in Ribeye Roast gets an impressive finishing sauce and kicked up side dish.
Last year we took home a trophy for Best in Show for a corporate entry. This year we said that we were defending our title and we meant it! The 2017 Dennis Paper & Food Service float took home the gold for Best Commercial Entry and Best Overall Entry! An impressive feat, as our float beat out over 80 other entries.
Is there any carnivore who doesn’t just drool over the rib of beef? We would venture to say-‘Nay Sir’! The rib provides the perfect balance of full bodied flavor that you get off the round, unctous fat like off the chuck, and tenderness from the loin- yes, the rib has it all!
This week we’re going unscripted with a reminder about new products, our foodie fact for the week and new developments in “local” social media exposure from Facebook. And a special guest with extensive small business, foodservice experience, joins the podcast to talk about tactics for driving sales during Thanksgiving and the holiday season.
With all the stress that comes during the holidays, customers will be looking for a place to get a great meal that they won’t have to cook for themselves. Here are 7 tactics to try when marketing for your business this holiday season.
This recipe combines beef short ribs and mushrooms braised in beef stock with red wine to create deep, rich delicious flavors.