Providing food for employees at company events is a great way to show your appreciation for all they do. Whether you choose to offer a buffet, a catered meal, or a casual potluck style option, it's important to make sure that you meet everyone's preferences and expectations. There are many ways to make sure that your employees' needs are met – such as conducting a poll well before the event to understand what everyone wants. This blog was created to help business owners and managers put together the ultimate food service game plan for events of all kinds throughout the year. Get tips and tricks for planning themed meal service options, and for making sure that the food is not only tasty but healthful too.
29 November 2018
As a business owner, you can always find ways to improve your company and overall daily office life. If you're not currently utilizing a water delivery service, this is something that you may want to consider investing in. A professional water company can bring water to your office as often as you like and in any form, whether it's a bigger dispensing system or cases of water bottles. Keep reading to see why you should invest in this service.
17 March 2016
When it comes to your wedding budget, there's a good chance that the biggest expense you'll have is the catering. Because most catering companies charge per person for food and drinks at a wedding reception, those costs can add up rather quickly--especially if you plan on having an open bar or several courses served. Before you book just any catering company for your wedding, then, it's important to make sure that you're getting the best value for your money.
15 September 2015
Adding a cafeteria to your business's building can be an excellent way of providing your employees with a convenient and cost-effective way of eating. However, there are many business leaders that may not have seriously considered this option until recently, and they may not be aware of the valuable services that can be offered by a contract food service management provider. Once you have answers to these two concerns about these food providers, you will have a better understanding of what to expect when using them for your business's cafeteria.
10 September 2015
Craft beer has been around long enough so that it's transitioned from a fad to a beverage option familiar to most people, and beer lovers are probably at least marginally familiar with beer and food pairings when it comes to main dishes. Many are also aware that fruit and cheese courses before the main meal are best complemented by light, fruity summer ales and that rich red meat pairs beautifully with dark Porters.
18 March 2015
Commercial kitchens rely heavily on their durable, quality appliances. One of the most popular appliances in the commercial kitchen is the deep fryer. In fact, most commercial deep fryers spend the majority of their time in service. If you find that your fryer isn't producing the same quality as it has been, you might be able to figure out why with a bit of troubleshooting. Here are some of the most common problems that can arise with deep fryers.