Yearly Archives: 2012

Re-Seasoning Your Cast Iron Cookware

April 17, 2012
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Re-Seasoning Your Cast Iron Cookware

Cast Iron is one of the most durable materials found in a commercial kitchen. It can sear, roast, bake, and fry a number of different food products, from vegetables to chicken and fish. Many of our cast iron skillets come pre-sprayed with a soy-based vegetable oil where they are then put under high heat to… Read more »

Caring for Cast Iron

April 17, 2012
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Caring for Cast Iron

    Most kitchen supplies require specific maintenance procedures to ensure the longevity of the product.  Cast Iron is no exception, and adhering to these rules will actually make your product better with age. Cast Iron skillets and griddles can last a lifetime if taken care of properly.  Here are some maintenance fundamentals: The Do’s After… Read more »

3 Simple Ways To “Go Green”

April 4, 2012
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3 Simple Ways To “Go Green”

With the undeniable push towards eco-friendliness and “going green” there is a conscious effort that should be made by each of us to do our part. Your kitchen- whether that be at home or in your commercial establishment- is a great place to start. 1. Recycle Throwing glass, plastic, paper and other recyclables into the right… Read more »

How to Make a Dos-a-Rita

March 26, 2012
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How to Make a Dos-a-Rita

With Cinco de Mayo coming up and the arrival of warmer weather, this fusion of a classic margarita and a delicious Mexican beer has quickly become a Southern staple. Here’s how you can make it for yourself:   Here’s what you need: Plastic Margarita Glasses or Heavy Duty Schooners  (great for beer, margs, and more)… Read more »

Need More Kitchen Storage?

March 22, 2012
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Need More Kitchen Storage?

  For any of you that have worked behind the scenes in a commercial kitchen, you know that space is at a minimum and synchronization is key. There are countless moving parts, people included, that have a job to do and limited space to do it, therefore, properly utilizing your space is key to the success and… Read more »

Invest In High-Grade Cookware

March 20, 2012
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Invest In High-Grade Cookware

When you hear the word commercial- what do you think? For most, a commercial kitchen conjures up images of a bustling restaurant, clanking pots and pans, sizzling food on the griddle, timers going off, and in a word, commotion. The key ingredient to a commercial kitchen is having the industry-grade supplies and equipment that can… Read more »

An Interview with Jeret Peña

March 19, 2012
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An Interview with Jeret Peña

We had the pleasure of recently sitting down with The Esquire’s  cocktail guru, Jeret Peña, to talk about bartending, ingredients, The Esquire, and his exciting rise to success. Going into the Esquire Tavern is a bit like traveling back in time. The “longest wood bar in Texas” (over 100 feet long!) and “the oldest bar on the San Antonio… Read more »

MOZO: What’s In a Name?

March 15, 2012
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MOZO: What’s In a Name?

We can hear the pitter patter of kitchen staff near and far as they run for MOZO, the newest brand on MissionRS.com. So, what’s in a name? MOZO, a company that has established itself for its revolutionary line of chef shoes, is changing the way that chefs and their kitchen staffs work. Lightweight. Durable. Comfortable. What’s not to love… Read more »

Refrigeration Parts- Why You Should Invest.

March 9, 2012
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Refrigeration Parts- Why You Should Invest.

Your investment in a commercial refrigerator can last forever if you take the necessary measures to prevent major damage. There are things you can do as an owner to provide this preventative maintenance. You can also add additional refrigeration parts to your refrigerator. These inexpensive parts will give you the performance that you require, and… Read more »

Food Prep: Quick & Easy with Sandwich/Salad Units

March 9, 2012
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Food Prep: Quick & Easy with Sandwich/Salad Units

Sandwich shops are a unique type of restaurant that requires unique equipment. During a rush, employees need to have every item within ready reach. Ingredients must be kept fresh and cool for optimum flavor. Furthermore, ingredients should be carefully arranged to enable quick assembly. Mission Restaurant Supply has affordable solutions for your sandwich making needs. We… Read more »

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