Check out the two new items added this week: white paper foot-long hot dog holders and white rice.
This week we’ve added delicious and garlicky breadsticks.
This week we’ve added folded takeout boxes and golden tater tots.
This recipe has the best of both worlds, sweet corn off-the-cobb with all the Mexican style fixings, served up in the form of a delicious hot and bubbly dip.
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This unique twist on surf & turf is sure to please your most discerning guests. Featuring a unique dry rub that brings great depth of flavor, sweet corn and tender lobster.
Potato Dippers are an extraordinary menu item: uniquely shaped, crispy and perfect for scooping or dipping, they are cut to look homemade.
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…
Refine your red onions. This easy method will add both flavor & visual stimulation to your garnish station; without adding significant cost to your dish.
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.
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…
This freezer to fryer style sliced potato quickly becomes a house fried product once dipped in your fryer. Toss your house fried chips with whatever flavor profile is fitting for your establishment. The possibilities are endless so have fun with it!
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.
Lo mein noodles tossed with Ken’s® Mandarin Orange Sesame Ginger Dressing, broccoli florets, julienne red bell pepper, carrots, Napa cabbage, green onion, celery and sesame seeds.