December 2010

  1. Party Planning on a Budget

    Party planning is always a blast...until you look at your budget. It seems impossible to plan the perfect event without a little extra cash to spend. No matter what kind of budget you have, planning a great get together with friends and loved ones can easily be done by utilizing your current resources and making smart purchases. Here is a...
  2. Chef in Training

    Foodies all over the country are taking their love of cooking one step further lately. It seems as though an interest in cooking and baking at home has changed into a whole new career choice. But what do you get a chef in training as a gift? Are there certain tools or brands to look out for? What items will...
  3. Weekly Tidbits 12.26.2010 - 1.1.2011

    Each week, we want to bring you the most interesting (and bizarre) news that we can find pertaining to foodservice, health, and the community. Here are this week's finds from a number of different news sources, blogs, forums, and quirky websites. Disgusting or Delicious? You Decide Most of us believe that we've pretty open-minded to different ethnic cuisines. However, there...
  4. Caring for Non-Stick Cookware

    When it comes to buying new products for your commercial or residential kitchen, there is one "go-to" that makes the cut every time: Non-Stick Cookware. Non-stick cookware is a revolutionary addition to the foodservice industry and has transformed the way we cook. Though these items are generally more expensive than your normal cookware products, they are regarded as favorites because they make...
  5. Shipping Cross-Country

    Shopping online and shipping items across the country can be confusing and stressful. At Mission, we understand that you are going to have questions about shipping times and where items will be coming from. That's why we've put together a simple guide to shipping cross-country. If you still have questions after reading this guide, please feel free to email us...
  6. Laura Bush's Cowboy Cookies

    This past weekend I made a big batch of Laura Bush's famous Cowboy Cookies to help satisfy the "Holiday Sweets Syndrome". This recipe takes your basic chocolate chip cookie and loads it up with rolled oats, sweetened coconut flakes, chopped pecans, and hints of cinnamon. It is dense, delicious and packed with flavor fit for any cowboy. Ingredients 3 c...
  7. Homemade Biscotti

    Every year during the Christmas season I take an afternoon to make something special for all of my friends. I'm partial to baking so I generally go for a spice cake, pumpkin bread loaf, or something else of this nature. Last year I made Rather Sweet's Italian biscotti cookies, which were absolutely delicious and they are still my favorite to...
  8. Weekly Tidbits 12.19.2010-12.25.2010

    Each week, we want to bring you the most interesting (and bizarre) news that we can find pertaining to foodservice, health, and the community. Here are this week's finds from a number of different news sources, blogs, forums, and quirky websites. Urbanspoon Allows Food Photos The time has finally come - Urbanspoon is actually allowing its users to upload food...
  9. Mexican Chili

    This recipe was submitted by Jennifer E. of the Foodservice Community. It is extremely easy to prepare and is absolutely delicious. Enjoy! Ingredients 2 lb ground chuck browned & drained ¾  c green pepper 1 c onion 1 clove garlic minced 1 can kidney beans 2 cans tomato sauce 1 can green chilies 1 ½ tbsp chili powder 2 tsp ground...
  10. Simple, Delicious Hors D'Oeuvre

    Potato Croquettes 6 Idaho potatoes ¼ c butter ½ tsp Salt 2 eggs 1/8 c Parmesan cheese 2 c Bread crumbs 3 tbsp Canola oil Peel and dice the potatoes. Fill a 6 quart saucepan with water and boil the potatoes until tender. Drain potatoes and mash with butter and salt. Refrigerate mashed potatoes until cool. Mix in one beaten...

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