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  1. 8 Fermented Foods You Should Be Eating

    Most of us have had pickles on a hamburger or with a deli sandwich but other fermented foods are beginning to take the spotlight for some of their health benefits. Your digestive system (often referred to as your “gut”) depends on good bacteria to help it break down food and keep your body’s systems in good working order. Unfortunately, our modern diet and other environmental factors do not always support this good bacteria. Fermented food is a great way to help living organisms keep the bad bacteria in check and to balance your gut health. These are some of the most popular types of fermented foods should you be looking for a way to introduce fermentation into your diet. Continue reading →
  2. You Can Fry That? 10 Unusual Deep Fried Foods from the Texas State Fair

    Since 2005, the Texas State Fair has been the home of an annual showdown of Texas’s most unique food creations. Some of the top dishes bring us the most innovative deep fried foods since the french fry. As a salute to the 10th year of the Big Tex Choice Awards, we present to you the Top 10 Most Unusual Fried...
  3. Q&A with Alto-Shaam Chef Robert Simmelink

    Not all kitchen equipment is created equal. While some brands cater to accessibility through low prices, others pour innovation, technology, and resources into making their products state of the art. Alto-Shaam, with its highly innovative combi ovens, Cook & Hold ovens and renowned Halo Heat technology, embodies the latter end of this spectrum. We sat down with the brand’s Executive...
  4. Storing Food Properly to Ensure Food Safety In Your Commercial Kitchen

    In the foodservice industry, there are many stages through which a food item travels until it's on the fork or spoon of a customer. In order to maintain the quality, taste, and (most importantly) safety of the final product, it's imperative that restaurants preserve the food during every step of the way. Last week, we discussed a few guidelines to...
  5. Receiving Food | National Food Safety Month

    Every September, the foodservice industry celebrates National Food Safety Month. Everyone knows there's no easier way to lose customer loyalty than being the culprit of a patron's food borne illness. Because restaurant kitchens breed team environments, it's important for everyone, from the executive chef to the dishwashers and porters, to be educated on proper food safety.  Doing so not only keeps the restaurant up to code but also maintains a high quality standard for the business, not to mention a strong reputation. In  honor of National Food Safety Month, we will be posting a series of educational blog posts pertaining to all aspects of food safety, from receiving food to storing it, serving it, and the many steps in between. Continue reading →
  6. Cleaning Your Vulcan Charbroiler

    In a restaurant kitchen, charbroilers are an excellent way to sear beautiful brand marks and impart a light smoky flavor onto proteins, fish, and vegetables. However, to achieve consistent brand marks and the best release of product off of the cooking grid, routine cleaning, and "dressing" of the top surface of the cooking grid with a light coat of oil...
  7. Accommodating Religious Dietary Restrictions in Your Restaurant

    Living in the United States, we are part of a giant melting pot of different cultures, religions, and people. This is reflected in our schools, universities, shopping malls, and your restaurant! There are several different cultures and religions that require certain dietary restrictions. The more you and your restaurant staff are familiar with these guidelines, the easier it will be...
  8. Success Story: Peter Piper Pizza and San Antonio Restaurant Supply

    Success Story: Peter Piper Pizza and San Antonio Restaurant Supply
    In the restaurant business, having a partner you can trust can make all the difference. Pizza Properties, Inc., was searching for such a partner and found one in Mission Restaurant Supply.Pizza Properties, Inc. is a growing company that owns and operates several Burger King and Peter Piper Pizza franchises all across Texas. The organization places a great amount of control...
  9. Introducing Portacool™

    In the Southern United States, where the temperatures are hot almost year-round, cool air is a cause for celebration. In many trades and businesses,  having cool temperatures to work in is essential and can actually boost efficiency and productivity. Portacool™ recognized a need in the market for an economical, effective cooling system that could be used in locations and businesses of all shapes and sizes. And so they went to work designing a solution. Continue reading →
  10. Mission Restaurant Supply Acquires Dallas-based Fixture King

    Click here to View the Full Release Mission Restaurant Supply Acquires Fixture King, Corp. Mission Restaurant Supply has expanded its footprint after recently acquiring Dallas-based Fixture King, Corp. June 3, 2015 (San Antonio, TX) – Texas-based foodservice dealer Mission Restaurant Supply continues to grow and now maintains an even stronger presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area after the latest acquisition...

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