When it comes to commercial kitchen costs and efficiency in restaurants, one pain point is the cost of labor, and the difficulty finding it. Between increases in wages, goods, and services over the last few years, foodservice operators are always looking at ways to reduce the cost of staffing, especially when those staff members are so difficult to find in the first place.
Nothing lasts forever, especially customer preferences. From fashion trends to music, the way people consume things develops over time, including literal tastes and dining preferences. New and emerging progressions in the way people order and eat food from restaurants mean that restaurant menu trends also need to change in order to meet the new customer demand.
As a foodservice operator, managing the supply chain can be the hardest but most important part of your job. A well-stocked kitchen helps you achieve specific aims and objectives, such as smooth functioning of the business, productivity, and high revenue.
A slice of hot, fresh pizza oozing with melted mozz... Instead of cooking an entire pizza and then heating an entire deck oven it to it breheat it by the slice, imagine reheating each slice on demand (in under 3 min) so that it's as fresh as it can get. The Merrychef e1s makes it possible to do exactly that!
Maybe you remember the famous episode of Seinfeld when Kramer gets lost downtown in front of Original Ray's Pizza -- not famous Ray's or Famous Original Famous Ray's, but just Original Ray's. And if you live on the UWS and don't make it down in the direction of Alphabet City very often, yes, 1st and 1st can seem like the nexus of the universe.
The onset of COVID-19 has posed a serious strain on the healthcare system across the world. Though details on how the virus is spread or how it can even be treated are day-to-day in terms of what we know, there's no doubting the adverse effects on the economy and our healthcare systems are big.
As we all know, flavor trends come and go all the time. But every year, the National Restaurant Association releases their annual What's Hot Culinary Forecast dictating those that are going to be the most import, and the most profitable. This year's report says, "Results indicate that Americans are still hungry for healthy food, but they are also interested in more options, new alternatives, and going beyond simple healthy into sustainable options that are good for everyone and the environment."