Tips For Choosing Your First Restaurant's Range

Posted on: 25 November 2015

If you're designing the kitchen for your very first restaurant, you'll want to give careful attention to your range selection. As your first venture into food service, you may not understand some of the considerations that go into choosing the perfect range for your kitchen. Here's a look at some things you should think about as you're narrowing down your appliance choices and mapping out the kitchen's footprint. Evaluating Sizes and Types
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3 Tips For Dining Gluten-Free At A Mexican Restaurant

Posted on: 11 October 2015

Eating out can really be a pain when you have celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity. You may be tempted to try to avoid it altogether, but you shouldn't have to give up an enjoyable dining experience because your food options are limited. Even at a restaurant without a dedicated gluten-free menu, there are still tasty choices that you can enjoy. Take a look at some tips for ordering safe, delicious dishes that you can enjoy at your favorite Mexican restaurant.
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2 Drinks To Make For Your Next Party

Posted on: 17 August 2015

When you are planning a party for people, one of the highlights of the party are some of the interesting beverages that you can serve. Dry ice is a great way to add some spark to a drink by giving it a light carbonation and an ethereal look. Here are 2 drink recipes that will help your next party be a success: Sparkling Mint Limeade 2/3 cup of lime juice 2 cups of white sugar 6 cups of water 1 cup of mint leaves, loosely packed 1 pound of dry ice Put the lime juice, sugar, water, and mint in a blender and mix until fully blended together.
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Bee Smart: Use Honey As Your Favorite Sweetener

Posted on: 29 June 2015

Since honey has a lower glycemic index than sugar, you can substitute it for sugar in some of your recipes to make them have less of an impact on your blood sugar levels. Honey is also more natural, contains small amounts of minerals and vitamins, and takes more calories to burn. You can also start searching out more recipes that have honey instead of sugar as a sweetener. Here are a few to get you started.
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