How To Prepare For A Heatwave As A Restaurant Owner

Posted on: 7 January 2018
As a restaurant owner, the big things that happen in the city will have an impact on your business. If many tourists come in for a major event, you will need to prepare with more food and staff than normal. If a major ice storm is coming, you will need to shut down early and plan for the lost income for a few days. A heatwave brings a different type of planning that will be required.
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3 Tips For Successfully Cooking With Wine

Posted on: 3 January 2018
You might have always heard of other people cooking with wine but never really tried it yourself. Even though you might be intrigued by the idea, you could be a bit nervous and unsure of how it is going to turn out. Luckily, cooking with wine can actually help you add wonderful flavor to your food, so it may be something that you will want to try. These are a few tips that can help you do it successfully.
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Three Easy Things Your 10-Year-Old Can Make In Your Home Kitchen

Posted on: 29 December 2017
Food preparation is a life skill that every parent should pass on to their children. Unfortunately, today's busy parents often don't consider it very important to take the time to teach these skills. Although it can be very difficult to find room in busy schedules for this activity, parents who do find that it was well worth the time. Not only do their children pick up some valuable skills, as well as develop confidence and creativity, but they've enjoyed some important bonding time together.
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What To Order If You're A Vegetarian And Have Been Invited To A BBQ Restaurant

Posted on: 27 December 2017
If you are a vegetarian and you are going out to a barbecue restaurant, you might be a bit concerned that you will not know what to order. Many times people will invite you out to eat and they might not take into account what sort of food you eat. This can lead to a lot of awkward situations once you sit down and are about to take place your order.
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