3 Reasons Why Steam Cooking is a Necessity in Your Kitchen.

Steam: the gaseous state of water that occurs once it reaches 212°F and begins to boil. When it comes to the world of food, most people associate steam with vegetables. However, in many kitchens steaming has become more popular than ever. This is due in large part because the technology and its applications are booming with benefits that reach far beyond cooking vegetables. Commercial steamers make steaming a no-brainer. And you'll be blown away by what it can bring to the table in high-volume foodservice operations.

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4 Automated Solutions Your Kitchen Needs.

Sally the Salad Robot might be our industry's first view into robotics, however, other aspects of our industry are crawling with automated technology to help combat our industry's changing labor landscape. Last week, we covered why automated technology and machines are inching their way towards becoming the industry standard due to rising wages, keeping food costs to a minimum and maintaining quality. 

Now, we're taking a deeper dive into other solutions that are making major strides towards bringing automation and breakthrough innovations to the forefront.

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4 Reasons to Use Continuous Motion Washing in Your Kitchen

Washing dishes. It’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it. In high volume foodservice operations like schools, business and industry, or hospital cafeterias, warewashing can seem like a daunting task. Thankfully for these commercial kitchens, that job has never been easier.

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3 Major Benefits of Energy-Efficient Commercial Kitchen Ventilation

Grease. It’s a favorite among movie buffs but a detriment for foodservice operators. And the number one cause for grease in commercial kitchens is inadequate ventilation. But that’s not the only consequence.

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[Video] A Quick Look at Controller Upgrades for Braising Pans and Kettles

 

In a fast-paced commercial kitchen, the ability to easily control and operate foodservice equipment is critical. For example, if given the choice to stand by and monitor the cooking process or to set a desired time and temperature with the ability to walk away, there isn't a single chef who would choose the former.

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What to Look for in Chicago at NRA 2016

The 2016 National Restaurant Show in Chicago is quickly approaching, and if you're heading there from St. Louis, Kansas City, the Dakotas, or anywhere in between, here's a list of interesting things to look for as you walk the show floor:

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Heat It. Cook It. Hold It. The Right Way.

Maximizing Hospital Meal Quality with a Meal Delivery System

 
How hospitals deliver food is important. From the food delivery carts to the people who push them, patients pay attention to the details and have opinions about the perceived quality of their hospital meals.
 
According to a study from the National Institute of Health, patients rated the quality of their food significantly higher when a dietary employee versus a nursing employee delivered it. Likewise, in an article in Today's Dietitian, Maura Keller recognized a trend toward technological innovations to streamline healthcare nutrition delivery processes and personalize meal selection.
 
"New technologies and innovative products can keep any industry fresh, and the hospital foodservice industry is no exception," Keller said. "Medical facilities, both large and small, are embracing technological advancements in food preparation, distribution, and safety. By doing so, they are impacting the health and well-being of their most important customers: the patients."
 
A critical element to this trend is a shift toward more individualist foodservice delivery models. This increases quality, freshness, and convenience within a healthcare nutrition program, and it is accomplished, mostly, in two ways: menu development and food delivery.
 

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THE ULTIMATE EQUIPMENT FOR THE DYNAMIC KITCHEN

THE ULTIMATE EQUIPMENT FOR THE DYNAMIC KITCHEN

 

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