Recreation Hope you are not near those closed recreation locations. All national parks would be closed, as would the Smithsonian museums, including the National Zoo in Washington. Visitors using overnight campgrounds or other park facilities would be given 48 hours to make alternate arrangements and leave the park. Among the visitor centers that would.. read more →

  A lot of home cooks visited restaurant supply store and they LOVE it since their first visits. Because restaurant supply stores usually sell products at a lower-than-retail-price, but you need to make sure items you purchased are “friendly” to your kitchen. Some small appliances may only be used in commercial kitchen. It happened when.. read more →

23 Sep 2013
September 23, 2013

How To Choose A Baking Pan

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Always use the baking pan size specified in each recipe!   Read the recipe carefully to make sure you have the type of baking pan that is called for. You also should be aware of the baking pan material, because it can affect the outcome. In general, glass baking dishes require a 25-degree reduction in oven.. read more →

17 Sep 2013
September 17, 2013

Buying Smallwares For Your Restaurant

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  While there are non-commercial smallware available, it is advised not to purchase them as they will not be able to withstand being used in a commercial kitchen. Within a few months you will have to purchase more and this could costly, while commercial smallware is sturdier and will save you money in the end… read more →

Save money for your commercial kitchen – Chef Al’s Equipment Buyers Guide Sure, The short answer is yes. EnergyStar® restaurant equipment will, either over the course of a year or the lifetime of the machine, ultimately save you at the very least the additional cost of an EnergyStar® versus an inefficient machine. What’s more, it will save.. read more →