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Getting the right kitchen equipment

When you buy equipment, you have to give a lot of thought to what is you want. You can and probably should get help from consultants and and knowledgeable dealers, but in the last analysis, you are the one who is going to make the final decisions. If you aren’t you should be! Even when […]

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itchen equipment must handle volume, maximize efficiency

For the new US$480 million Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center on Lake Grapevine, size matters. At 2.3 million sq. ft. (213,679 sq. m) the property features 1,511 guestrooms and suites; The Lone Star Tower–an “intimate,” 476-room hotel within a hotel; more than 400,000 sq. ft. (37,161 sq. m) of pre-function, meeting, convention and exhibition […]

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Strange business: how kitchen equipment is sold

One of the hardest things to explain to someone new to the restaurant business is the way foodservice equipment is sold and serviced. Imagine that you want to purchase a new van to expand your catering and delivery business. You go to your local car dealer, but there are no vans on display, just literature. […]

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SAFE AND SIMPLE: Cleaning kitchen equipment

SAFE AND SIMPLE: Cleaning kitchen equipment Cleaning kitchen equipment thoroughly and safely can and should be simple, but isn’t always. Too often, it’s the simple stuff that gets over-looked. That’s why well-trained, certified mgrs. and manufacturers alike are working hard to make cleaning equipment as foolproof as possible. Turn it off: First, some simple advice […]

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Prep Counters & Tables

One of the most important lines of kitchen equipment, yet one of the most overlooked, is preparation tables and counters. That’s where most of the prep work gets done, and its design can make a big difference in the speed and efficiency of the kitchen staff. There are three main types of preparation tables and […]

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Griddles and grills

Knowing what type of equipment the customer is referring to will determine which type to use in food preparation. For salesmen just starting in the equipment business, there’s confusion on the terms “griddle” and “grill.” Rightly so, for the two terms, originally used for totally different types of cooking equipment, have now been merged into […]

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