• How to properly care for cast iron cookware!

    It's an age old question that is constantly being asked: How do I care for my Cast Iron Cookware? If you own cast iron cookware it's important to follow a few simple steps before you start using it to prepare your favorite meals. By properly caring for your cast iron cookware you'll be able to pass it down the family tree for generations to come. GETTING STARTED: The very first thing you want to do is rinse your pan with hot water and dry it completely. Apply a thin layer of vegetable oil to the cooking surface of your pan and let it slowly pre-heat. You'll be ready for cooking once the pan is pre-heated. Always remember to avoid cooking cold food in your pan. CLEANING: When you're done cooking in your pan you should use a stiff brush and hot water for cleaning. Using dish soap and other abrasive detergents should be avoided. Also remember it's never good to put a hot pan in cold water because thermal shock can lead to cracking and warping. Towel dry your cast iron pan completely and apply another thin coat of oil to the cooking surface.  Never let your cast iron air dry and never put it in the dishwasher! If rust should happen to form on your cast iron pan simply scour it off with steel wool and re-season (see below). Always store your cast iron cookware in a cool, dry place or in an oven (remember to take it out before using the oven!). RE-SEASONING: At some point food will start sticking to your pan or the color of your cast iron cookware will become dull. It's time to re-season! Rinse your cast iron with hot water and a mild soap. Make sure you dry your cast iron completely. Apply a thin coat of vegetable oil on the inside and outside of your pan. Place a sheet of aluminum foil on the bottom rack of your oven to avoid dripping and place the pan upside down on the top rack. Set your oven to 350-400 degrees Farenheit. Bake your cast iron cookware for at least one hour then turn off your oven and let your cast iron cool off in the oven. Make sure your cast iron is stored in a cool, dry place. By following these simple steps you should be able to enjoy using your cast iron cookware forever!
  • Mission Restaurant Supply Launches New Improved Website!

    web-snapshot Mission Restaurant Supply Launches New Website

    Having served the foodservice industry online with a full scale e-commerce website for over 4 years now, Mission Restaurant Supply felt the need to upgrade their website to keep up with today's technology and increasingly savvy shoppers.

    The improved website is sure to keep shoppers happy with new features such as the ability to see their order history, sort products, and view several or all items at once in a particular category. Some enhanced features include order tracking online, easier navigation, the ability to calculate shipping cost on the product page, and faster loading pages. Features will continually be added to ensure customers enjoy their shopping experience.

    The new website was designed and built by David Limon, Fannie Lewis, and Chris Collins using Miva Merchant 5.5 on a MySQL database. Through the use of CSS, the website is slim in size, keeping search engines happy; and coding is continually being compressed for optimal performance. In addition, credit needs to be given to several O'Reilly Media books, which were extremely handy in building the new website.

    Mission Restaurant Supply's sales force includes: three showrooms in Texas (Austin, Corpus Christi, and San Antonio), a bid and contract department, an outside sales team, and a full scale e-commerce website. Other divisions include parts sales, leasing, service (within a 75 mile radius of each showroom) and the newly acquired metal fabrication shop, Mission Metal Fabricators.

    Mission Restaurant Supply was ranked #20 in the nation on Foodservice Equipment & Supplies Magazine in 2008 (up from #26 in 2007) and continues to grow in the ranks as they expand their services. Whether shopping online or visiting a showroom, Mission Restaurant Supply continues to be a foodservice industry powerhouse. If you're in the market for restaurant equipment or restaurant supplies be sure to check out Mission Restaurant Supply online at www.MissionRS.com for unbeatable prices and great service!

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