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Common questions before and after you purchase your restaurant equipment and supplies.

  • Upside Down Apple Pie

    As the temperatures drop and Fall begins to show its true colors, sometimes the best comfort food at the end of a long day is something warm and satisfying. That's where this Upside Down Apple Pie comes into play. The recipe originated from The Noble Pig Blog but it was submitted to us (along with the delicious photo!) by a loyal Facebook fan. We can't wait to try this dessert rich in comfort and made with love. Ingredients: 6 Tablespoons butter, melted & divided 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar 1/2 cup chopped pecans 2 refrigerated pie crusts 1 cup granulated sugar 1/3 cup all purpose flour 3/4 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon apple pie spice 5 large Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored & cut into 1/2" slices What You Need: Measurers Pie Plate Mixing Bowl Spatula Apple Corer Bake Sheet (and a big appetite!) What You Do: Coat a deep-dish pie plate with nonstick cooking spray and line it with parchment paper. Coat the paper with cooking spray also. In a small bowl combine 4 Tablespoons of melted butter, brown sugar and pecans. Mix well and spread evenly over the bottom of the pie plate, on top of the parchment. Place one of the crusts in the pie plate, pressing it firmly against the nut mixture and up the sides of the plate. Set aside. In a large bowl, combine granulated sugar, flour, cinnamon and the remaining 2 Tablespoons of melted butter. Mix well. Add the apples in and toss gently to coat. Spoon into the pie crust. Place the second crust over the apple mixture. Trim and fold the edges together to seal and cut some slits in the top of the crust for venting. Bake 1 to 1-1/4 hours or until crust is golden brown in a 375 degree oven. (Mine took 1-1/4 hours in the bottom third of my oven.) Make sure to place a cookie sheet on the bottom oven rack to catch any drips from the pie. Let the pie cool for 5 minutes and then place a plate that is larger than the pie on top of it and flip it over. Use oven gloves as it will still be hot. Remove the pie plate and gently lift the paper. Allow to cool. Serve warm or at room temperature.
  • Bathroom Etiquette 101

    In the world of restaurants and dining out, the key to keeping a full house each and every day is consistency and satisfaction. Creating a well balanced menu with consistent results is obviously a very important factor, but other things like ambiance and clean bathrooms are equally as important as well. According to QSR, "Results of a recent study conducted by Cintas Corporation (NASDAQ:CTAS) reveal that 95 percent of people avoid businesses where they have had a negative restroom experience." That's NINETY FIVE PERCENT! Clearly, this is an issue not to be overlooked. Chefs and restaurateurs need to create that "Wow" factor to keep their customers loyal. Walking into a dirty bathroom that isn't properly maintained is an instant turn off and worst yet, it can deter even your biggest fans from coming back. At MissionRS.com we have a full selection of janitorial/bathroom products for you to choose from. From air sanitizers, to trash bins, from paper towels to toilet paper, we have everything you need to properly outfit your restaurant's bathrooms. Here are a few tips for keeping it clean.
    1. Ensure your facility has adequate soap so that you don't run out during peak hours. Dirty hands with both you customers and your employees are a major No no.
    2. Keep a trash bin both near the sink and next to the door. Many times, people use their paper towel to open the door before throwing it away.
    3. Stock up on plenty of toilet paper and paper towels.
    4. Make sure one of your employees is manning the restaurant bathrooms every so often. Making sure the sink is wiped down, toilets are flushed, and supplies are stocked will make a difference in the mind of your customer.
    5. Aside from the occasional spot clean, restaurant managers need to integrate exceptional standards of cleanliness through the use of professional cleaners. They should come regularly to uphold the deepest standards of cleanliness and ensure that floors, toilets, and sinks are 100% sanitary.
    6. Lighting is as important to the inside of a restaurant as it is the bathroom. Create an ambiance that is well thought out in all areas of your facility.
    Remember, your customers have high expectations. Don't meet them half way- go the extra mile and deliver that "Wow" factor. Don't disappoint your customers and risk losing valued business-and worse yet-others who hear about the problem- for lack of cleanliness due to poor maintenance and management. Get ALL your Bathroom and Janitorial Supplies at MissionRS.com! Looking for Disposable Janitorial Supplies? Buy all your Paper Towels, Toilet Paper, and Trash Bags in Bulk!
  • Happy Halloween from Mission Restaurant Supply!

    Halloween is just around the corner, but it's not too late to get some last minute necessities! We've created a page on MissionRS.com that's dedicated solely to all the Halloween products available to you! Check it out here! Scoop up these must-have items and may this October be a spook-tacular month!
    • Our reversible cookie cutters feature 8 shapes, 4 Harvest-inspired shapes on one side, and 4 Halloween shapes on the other, so you can bake up delicious, festive cookies straight through Fall! This cookie cutter combo is easy to wash, easy to use, and delivers great results every time. Use your favorite cookie recipe and please your guests this Halloween! Get it here!
     
    • If you really want to spice things up this year, get one of our custom Halloween-print tablecloths. Our tablecloths are a customer favorite at MissionRS.com and this seasonal print is perfect for all Halloween enthusiasts. Whether you're hosting a party, or just celebrating with close family and friends, our Halloween tablecloths will set the tone perfectly. Order these quick- our custom tablecloths normally take 8 business days to ship out! Get your holiday-patterned tablecloths here!
     
    • The holiday season, beginning with Halloween, would not be complete without a little baking here and there. Our Cookie Press & Decorating Set comes with 14 different shaped discs (from pumpkins to holiday wreaths to butterflies), 6 decorating tips and recipes, and it comes neatly packaged in its own storage box. This cookie press comes apart for an easy clean up, and best yet, it is dishwasher safe! Kids and adults alike will love this easy-to-use cookie press set and the results won't fail to please! Get it here!
     
    • One of our newest items here at MissionRS.com, this 3-D Pumpkin Bundt Set is a charming must-have for the Fall Season! Get yours in time for Halloween, and make your own pumpkin cake with little to no hassle! The set comes with two 6-cup Bundt pans to create a 3-D pumpkin cake. Simply bake the two bunt pans, spread frosting on the bottom of each cake, and place the frosted cakes together to form a pumpkin! Made by Nordic Ware, a leader in innovative and quality baking supplies, this Pumpkin Cake will be a mainstay for your entertaining needs this Fall season! Get it here!
     
    • What better way to showcase delicious autumn breads and cakes than with this Pumpkin Harvest Loaf Pan? The non-stick, cast aluminum pan has intricate detailing with vines of pumpkins, and a durable exterior that will stand the test of time. Get baking this Fall with this great product, available for a limited time only. Get it here!
     
    • THIS JUST IN: A 4 piece Halloween cookie cutter set by Fox Run that's loaded with your favorite spooky shapes, from Bats to Cats, Pumpkins to Ghosts. These plastic cookie cutters come packed together, and best yet, they are only $1.95 for the set! Get yours here!
     

    Have a very Happy Halloween!

  • Can Openers

    These days we live in a culture where canned goods constitute many of our food ingredients. Can openers, as a result, have an enormous presence in both restaurants and residential communities. At MissionRS.com we stock a large number of can openers ranging in size, price, and function to suit your every need. Commercial Can Openers Commercial Kitchens require equipment and supplies that can withstand the rigors of heavy usage on a day to day basis. Our commercial can openers do just that and they are able to open volumes of industrial-sized cans with ease and optimal efficiency. We have electric can openers that can open anywhere from 50 to 100 cans a day, and table or wall-mount varieties suitable for different sized cans. Made of a durable, heavy-duty stainless steel construction and outfitted with many different features, including rust resistant arbors, knife replacements, removable and reversible blade assemblies, and NSF approvals, these can openers are built to perform.  The majority of our commercial can openers are made in Burlington, Vermont by Edlund, a company that has invested its reputation in making easy to use, easy to clean can openers for the foodservice industry. A customer favorite for commercial use is the Edlund-1 Model. A comparable model to the Edlund table-mounted can openers is this Table-Mount variety by MissionRS Mfg. Lots of different options are available to you with great price points to match. Residential Can Openers: Almost every residential kitchen has the need for a can opener, but the size necessary for day-in-day-out use isn't as demanding as a commercial application. At MissionRS.com we have a big selection of functional home can openers, from the steel, can punch varieties to the fancier OXO Easy Grip and the all-in-one corkscrew and can-bottle opener model. All of our residential options are affordable, easy to use, and they perform efficiently for light home use.

    Shop for Can Openers at MissionRS.com!

  • Ideal Bar Refrigeration

    Every beverage, whether alcoholic or not, has an ideal temperature, and most bars and restaurants never learn them all. After a long day in the sun, few things taste as refreshing as an ice-cold lager, but even among beers there should be a varying scale of temperatures.
    • Beer. Bar refrigeration is often set at a standard temperature for all beers: close to freezing or at least frosting. Though some beers might be better served warmer (at 45F or higher) so as to bring out all the flavors, most people  will agree that beer is best when its lightly frosted. 

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    NOTE: Have you seen our Metalfrio beer coolers? Keep beer ICE cold with this affordable line of bar refrigeration!
    • Wine. The rule of thumb to keep red wines at room temperature and whites in a refrigerator was developed centuries ago, when "room temperature" meant in a drafty, medieval hall. When a wine is served too cold it restricts the flavors of the wine, while warmth just makes it taste like alcohol. For bar refrigeration standards, reds should generally be served at 60F, whites just a tad cooler at 55F.
     
    • Water. Backpackers returning from Europe will often complain about the lack of ice cubes throughout the continent. Water is served not hot but warm over there, and Americans like their drinks frigid. Nutritionists say drinking at a natural temperature is best for your body, and only glacier water occurs as naturally cold as Americans prefer. To promote proper absorption and to keep the taste buds from numbing, water, like white wine, should be served at a cool (not cold!) 55F.
     

     

    Shop all Bar Refrigeration at MissionRS.com!

    Have questions?

    Call us at 1-800-319-0690 or email us at info@missionrs.com and we will get back to you very quickly!

  • Buying the Best Food Slicers for Your Cafe

     

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      If you own or operate a lunch cafe, deli or coffee shop, you probably have a pressing need for a quality slicer. Whether slicing meats, cheeses or vegetables, a good slicer is key to running an efficient and successful cafe. Of course, the differences between makes and models on the market are vast, and it's often hard to know which one to choose for your operation. If you want to ensure that your cafe is operating at its peak, you need to find food slicers that are optimized for your particular kitchen. 

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      One of the major distinguishing factors of commercial food slicers is whether they are manually or automatically operated. On an automatically operated slicer, the food surface will automatically reciprocate as fast as you want it to., which can mean incredible time savings when slicing large volumes of ingredients. If you're opening a deli or a sandwich shop and you plan to cut your own meats, then an automatic slicer is the route to go. Compared to a manually operated slicer, you'll see an astounding difference in the time it takes to complete slicing tasks. Of course, automatic models are more expensive than their manually-driven counterparts but it's up to you to determine whether the amount of time saved is worth the extra investment in the equipment. 

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      Another difference you'll find between models of commercial food slicers is whether they are belt-driven or gear-driven. Again, there is a cost difference between the two, and the volume of work you'll be using the slicer for will be a determining factor in which model you choose. The advantages of a gear-driven slicer are mainly in terms of reliability and maintenance. The belts that power a belt-driven slicer should require almost no maintenance other than regular cleanings and a bit of oil from time to time. If you're doing a high volume of slicing on a daily basis, the extra cost of a gear-driven slicer will be worth it to you in the long run. 

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      Lastly, consider the power of your food slicer's motor. There are a variety of motors that you'll find in commercial slicers, and you need to choose a model with enough power for your needs. The motor's power will affect the speed of its operation, as well as the slicer's longevity and reliability. You want to buy a slicer with a large enough motor so that it's not straining to keep up day after day. After all, this extra stress could lead to a breakdown after extended periods of use.  We have a BIG selection of commercial food slicers available on MissionRS.com, some of which qualify for FREE SHIPPING! Visit our selection today and thank you for choosing Mission Restaurant Supply! 

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  • Hobart Corporation

    In the foodservice industry, there are hundreds of brands that constantly compete against one another for quality, price, and the best reputation in the field. This competitive spirit is no new story, but throughout the years, certain brands like Hobart, have carved their own niche in the industry that's helped them stand apart. Hobart has been a mainstay in the foodservice industry for over 100 years. The company is committed to excellence, premier quality, and industrial innovation, and they have a global presence in the industry with over 200 locations worldwide, including manufacturing plants in the United States, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom. Hobart's line of equipment ranges from food prep to warewashing. We are thrilled to now have Hobart products up on MissionRS.com! Choose from commercial meat grinders, heavy-duty slicers, countertop mixers, and more! Get FREE SHIPPING on any Hobart you order through MissionRS.com!  Shop today!

    The Hobart Vision

    "Our vision is to lead the foodservice and retail equipment industry through technical innovation, operational excellence, superior customer service and unsurpassed value."

    Core Values

    • Excellence...
    In all aspects of our operations and business. This excellence must be achieved internally and externally and as compared to industry peers and global pacesetters.
    • Innovation and enterprising initiatives...
    That encourage creativity and add value throughout the organization, for our customers, employees and for our shareholders.
    • Customer satisfaction...
    Putting the reciprocal relationship with our customers first to ensure that we surpass expectations and become the supplier of choice in the markets where we compete.
    • Teamwork and accountability...
    Within each individual work group and across the organization. Our leaders must demonstrate fair and balanced management, the capability to inspire and guide employee development, and the wisdom and confidence to support achievement and success by others.
    • Ethical behavior...
    Demonstrating integrity in all our interactions, both personal and professional. To learn more about Hobart, visit their website!
  • Shop for Less

    Every restaurant needs a wide variety of supplies in order to operate. If you manage or own an eating establishment, you're probably not only concerned with getting the supplies you need, but you want to get them at a great price as well. If you're saavy though, you can procure all the supplies you need while still trimming your budget. In today's trying economy, cutting costs can help you not only stay afloat, but even surpass your competition. If you're buying supplies for a restaurant, there are a few things you can do to keep your costs low.

    When buying restaurant supplies, it's important that you're willing to think outside the box if you want to trim your budget. Of course, there is a fine line between cutting costs and cutting quality, and you don't want to compromise your staff's efficiency or your customers' experience by skimping on supplies. This is an area where Internet commerce has helped restaurateurs immensely. Thanks to the growth of online suppliers, it's now possible to buy the same supplies you've been getting  from your local supplier at a fraction of the cost. If you think buying online means sacrificing service, think again! Often, you can get even better service from an online supplier with features such as instant online chat  with a friendly service representative. At MissionRS.com, we are available through chat, by phone, or via email!! If you're hoping to purchase restaurant supplies while saving money, there is another area you might not have considered. If you're a fast food/faster-service establishment, or serve large portions, you likely use a high volume of disposables. In many cases, the types of disposables you use can be optimized to allow for a significant savings in the long run. Assess the types of food that your customers are buying for takeaway. Many restaurants have fallen into the habit of over-packaging their takeaway order, and many could save money by simply making this packaging more efficient. Finally, when buying supplies for a restaurant, make sure you buy high-quality items. While it seems counter-intuitive to spend more money hoping to lower costs, it really does work out to greater savings in the long run if you focus on buying quality supplies that will last. The reason for this is that replacing equipment and supplies, even low-cost ones, can quickly cause your spending to get out of control. Buy supplies and equipment that are built to last, and you'll see your expenditures drop in the long term.

    Shop for Less at MissionRS.com!

  • Commercial Food Mixer Buying Guide

    Like any big piece of commercial restaurant equipment, buying a commercial-grade food mixer is a large investment. Blenders and mixers are an indispensable tool in any restaurant kitchen. Not only do they mix, but when outfitted with different mixer attachments, they can grind, chop, slice, and more. Ultimately you want to make sure you make the right decision long term and that the unit you choose will help make your business's daily operation a success. At Mission Restaurant Supply, we have a selection of quality floor, countertop, and hand mixers. Deciding what the best choice is, given all the options, is often a daunting and overwhelming process. Cost for most everyone is one of the most important factors. Oftentimes, spending that extra dollar on a top-notch piece of equipment will pay off in the long haul because it means you're committed to quality and better warranty terms and service options. However, we understand that price is an important factor for everyone, and that's why we carry great lines at all different price points and for all different applications. Making careful calculation of the pros and cons when deciding on a new commercial-grade piece of equipment is paramount to the future success of your operation. Let us help you find what you need for your business.

    Manufacturer

    A good place to start when choosing a piece of commercial equipment, in this case a food mixer, is the manufacturer. Every manufacturer has its own, distinctive features, and knowing what these are might sway your decision favorably.  Furthermore, having trust in the history and performance behind the brand can help instill confidence in your decision. Here are some of the top mixer manufacturers available here at MissionRS.com: Hobart: Hobart is the grandfather of commercial mixers. In fact, the brand actually came up with the idea of a mixer in 1908 and they have been developing ever since. Here's an excerpt straight from their site: " In 1908 a Hobart engineer named Herbert Johnson was watching a baker mix bread dough with a metal spoon. Instinctively he knew this simple mechanical action could be performed more efficiently and consistently by a machine driven by a motor. By 1915, the Hobart 80-quart mixer had replaced the metal spoon in bakeries across the country. A century after Herbert Johnson invented it, the Hobart mixer is the most popular and trusted brand in the foodservice and food retail industry." Univex: Since 1948, Univex has been manufacturing commercial mixers with a commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. Here are some words from the company: "All Univex mixers feature our unique hybrid drive system that lets you choose from four standard operating speeds or any speed in between...even while the mixer is running. They also come standard with a durable stainless-steel bowl that won't rust out or lose its finish, a #12 attachment hub for adding food-processing attachments, and an ingredient chute for easily adding ingredients to the bowl while the mixer is running." Waring: For the past 75 years, Waring has made a name in the industry for manufacturing quality immersion blenders, complete with s/s removable shafts and comfortable, ergonomic handles that can "power through any task." Waring has distinguished itself from other manufacturers by having both commercial and consumer-driven lines. Robot Coupe: For the past 30 years, this Jackson, Mississippi company has become a standard in the foodservice industry, and they proudly state that they are "the inventor and world leader of food processors" on their website. Robot Coupe's heavy-duty immersion blenders, found on MissionRS.com, not only allow for a number of tasks from mixing, blending, emulsifying, and pureeing, but the removable s/s knife and mixer blade assemblies make cleanliness and sanitation a key priority and positive attribute. You know you're buying quality from a trusted, American manufacturer when you purchase a Robot Coupe.

    Size

    The next factor to take into consideration is the type and size of mixer that'll best suit your needs. If you're operating a bakery, a pizzeria, or a restaurant where large volumes of dough, sauces, and more are needed constantly and in large volume, buying a large, heavy-duty, floor mixer is probably the best option for you. Conversely, if you are cranking out minimal volume of the aforementioned things or if you don't have the need for a mixer every day, a countertop or stick mixer might be the better option. Floor Mixers are probably the most popular type of mixer in a commercial setting due to their high powered nature and the large quart capacities they're able to undertake. Floor mixers have the power to mix a large amount of product in a very short amount of time, thus cutting labor costs and making food prep easier on a daily basis. Depending on your establishment and how much you are going to be preparing, a floor mixer might be the best investment for you. Our floor mixers range from 20 qt to 60 qt holding capacities.  These model types are ideal for cafeterias, caterers, restaurants, bakeries, and much more. Avoid the hassle of machinery breaking down and not doing its job efficiently day after day by purchasing a unit you know you can trust and that you are sure can handle the volume of food production your business requires. Shop Floor Mixers Here!   Countertop Mixers are a great choice for a vast array of uses and businesses, from small bakeries and coffee shops to smaller restaurant kitchens. Our countertop mixers available at Mission Restaurant Supply come in 7 qt, 10 qt, and 20 qt capacities and they feature gear-driven motors with heavy-duty exterior construction. Countertop mixers maximize space by being off the floor and on the tabletop. These models normally come outfitted with a spatula, a wire whisk, and a dough hook attachment with the stainless steel bowl, and some include a feed chute as well as a splash guard. Though much smaller than the robust floor mixers, our countertop mixers are all commercial-grade and they are built to handle the rigors of a commercial kitchen. However, these countertop models are also popular among our serious home chefs who constantly seek out quality and commercial-grade products for their home kitchens. Shop Countertop Mixers Here!   Hand Mixers Just like the grandiose floor mixers or the smaller, yet still robust countertop units, Hand mixers (otherwise known as stick mixers or immersion blenders) are a tool for food prep that mixes large quantities of soups, stew, sauces, and more. It differs from the floor and countertop varieties because it is a hand held device that has a built in motor, a long shaft, and a blade that is able to mix, chop, and emulsify at a high speed. One of the most important things to ensure when buying a hand mixer is that the size of the mixer will meet the size of the task at hand. The shaft should be long enough to mix thoroughly through the deepest part of your pot, and our range of shaft sizes from 7 inches to 29 inches, allows you to pick freely.  Furthermore, ensure that you pick the right power motor for your daily operation. If you will be blending heavy duty sauces, stews, and more, make sure you get a mixer with an adequate wattage so that the motor doesn't quit or overheat. The larger the job, the larger the motor you'll need and vice versa. Many of our models have a removable whisk assembly so that you can have that added feature if applicable to your needs. Also pay attention to whether or not the unit is single speed or if it has a variable speed feature. Variable speed is a major bonus that allows for greater mixing results. Contact our staff of friendly customer service agents today for guidance on which hand mixer is the right choice for you. Shop Hand Mixers Here!

    Cost

    At the end of the day, price is a factor that everyone considers before making a sale. Our mixers cover all different price points, and now it's easier to understand why. Our most expensive mixers are extremely heavy-duty, and they are built to handle all the rigors and the consistent, daily usage of a booming commercial kitchen. Our least expensive are your basic stick mixers that could be used both in the back of the house and in your own home.  Doing the research is often the hardest part when investing in commercial restaurant equipment, but we are here to help break down the details for you. Remember that investing in a quality manufacturer you can trust is important, and remember to think about the future of your establishment and to take into account potential growth that could increase the demands of your mixer down the road. Price is important as well and make sure you look at all your options before jumping into an investment- there could be an alternate, less expensive option that meets the demands of your business to a tee. Visit us online at Missionrs.com to find the right unit for you or call us today at 1-800-319-0690 and let us help you!

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  • A Guide to Buying Commercial Microwaves

    As any restaurant professional knows, the equipment you stock your establishment with matters a great deal when it comes to running your business efficiently. When your staff has to deal with faulty equipment, it slows them down, which causes them to be unable to provide the great customer experience you strive for. Unlike home food preparation equipment, the appliances you use in a restaurant setting must be high-powered, and built to withstand an incredible amount of use, day in and day out. This is especially true of complicated appliances such as microwaves. When you buy commercial microwaves for your restaurant, you want to know that they can provide years of trouble-free service. The commercial microwaves on the market today all have several commonalities and several major differences. Commercial units that you'll be considering will all be higher powered than residential models, which allows them to heat food much faster. Commercial microwaves will also feature all stainless-steel exteriors, which makes for easier cleanup and a much lower chance of wearing out or becoming damaged in the fast-paced commercial kitchen environment. There are some major differences in models though, and which one you choose is highly dependent upon your restaurant's individual needs. The Panasonic NE-1024 is a 1000 watt commercial microwave w/ dial timer. Just $166.79 The Panasonic NE-3280 is a 3200 watt commercial microwave, steamer, and rethermalizer with 5 power levels and 16 programmable memory pads. $3549

     SIZE First, you'll need to determine the size of the commercial microwaves you're considering purchasing. There are models on the market in many different sizes, and you need to assess your individual requirements. Consider first what kind of counter space you have available, and then consider what types of dishes you'll be heating in it. Unless you're a smaller or lower-volume establishment, odds are that your kitchen will need more than one microwave. Consider buying units of different sizes for different uses. For instance, you might have a smaller unit for your prep area that's used exclusively for heating sauces and small side dishes. Then, you can have a larger unit that's meant for heating larger dishes or defrosting large packages of ingredients. POWER Another consideration you need to pay attention to is the cooking power of your commercial microwaves. These units are available in a variety of power ratings, and the amount of power your microwave generates is the biggest factor in determining how fast it will be able to heat food. This is an area where it is critical to know what types of foods you'll be heating, and for what purposes. For example, if you're planning to defrost large portions of frozen meats or vegetables, you're going to need a microwave with a fairly large power rating. Otherwise, it's simply going to take too long to accomplish this task. Not only will this slow down your staff and affect the overall efficiency of your operation, but  you could run into some problems with your ingredients being outside of the safe temperature zones for too long a period. On the other hand, if you're selecting a unit that's going to be used primarily for heating small side dishes and sauces, then you don't need or want a unit that's overpowered. Instead, choose something with a lower power rating. This will save you money, counter space, and reduce the risk of overheating your dishes. PRICE Finally, you want to know that you're purchasing your commercial microwaves at a price that is fair, and getting great service from your equipment dealer. In the past, restaurateurs purchased their equipment from local restaurant supply dealers at a physical location. Now, thanks to the Internet, it's no longer necessary to deal only with your local suppliers. You can often save money, and even get much better service by shopping online. With the money you can save, you might want to consider upgrading to even better equipment. After all, the restaurant equipment you buy will ultimately affect your bottom line! To Browse our selection of Commercial Microwaves at Missionrs.com, click here!

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