5 Food Handling And Safety Tips Food Handlers Need To Know

If you're studying to get your food handlers permit, there is certain information about food safety that you need to know. Here are five food safety tips for food handlers: 1. Keep food out of the danger zone You must keep food out of what's known as the "danger zone". The danger zone is a temperature range of 40-140 degrees. Food should not be kept in this zone longer than two hours or you risk food-borne illnesses. Read More 

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Craft Beer

You might be dissatisfied with the taste of the beers you've been drinking recently. They might not have enough flavor or there is just something that seems off. If you're dissatisfied with beer or simply bored, your next stop might be to a craft brewery. Craft breweries spend more time selecting individual ingredients to improve the flavor. But if you really want to enjoy craft beer, you should learn how to properly taste beer so you can get its full effect. Read More 

How To Update Your Restaurant Menu

Changing your restaurant menu can be a great way to reconnect with your customers and provide them with new reasons for visiting your restaurant. It can also help you to cut your operating costs by reevaluating the true price of each dish to your business. Here are some tips for successfully updating your business's menu. Follow the Trends Updating your menu can be a great time to clear out items that are no longer hot and replace them with trendy items. Read More 

Options For Processing Your Wild Game

If you are an avid hunter, you know that bringing down your game is only the first part of the hunting process. After you leave the hunting grounds, your game will need to be properly processed. There are several different options for processing your game. The following is a list of ideas to help you decide the best game processing option for you: Game processing kit from an outdoor shop Read More 

Troubleshooting The Automatic Conveyor On Your Bakery Donut Fryer

If you are like a lot of bakery owners, the donut fryer you have boasts an automatic conveyor system that continuously pushes screens of donuts into the hot oil for frying, which makes the process of preparing dozens of donuts every morning much easier to handle. Even though this is a convenient feature, the donut conveyor is bound to have a few issues from time to time. Here are a few of the most common issues that can come up with the conveyor on your commercial donut fryer. Read More