Articles from maggiefsw

  1. Why You Shouldn’t Be Using Commercial Equipment in Your Residential Kitchen

    The dancing flames of a large open gas burning commercial range seem to beg for a pot or a pan to be used, to create a scrumptious dish that will leave your family and friends ooh-ing and aah-ing. Perhaps a fabulous outdoor kitchen set up is part of your dream house, and a large piece of commercial equipment would complete the look. Or maybe, you want to upgrade your refrigerator or freezer to something with more oomph.

    Think again.

    Commercial kitchen equipment is not made for residential...
  2. Recycling Used Oil From Your Kitchen

    As the air grows cooler and the long days of summer grow shorter and shorter, a whole new season of comfort food swings into action. Football and hockey games, end of season baseball and the rugby world cup will drive fans to bars and grills across the country. Late night college crowds will begin to stumble into after-hours cafes and restaurants, while couples and families look for warm comfort on a plate.

    Sounds like it's time to start up the fryer.

    And with that fryer going full tilt,...
  3. September is Food Safety Month: Top Ten Tips for Safe Serving

    Anytime is a good time to brush up on food safety in your home or commercial kitchen, but in September the availability of information is bountiful. With outbreaks of Salmonella and Listeria taking center stage on local news programs across the country, food service operators and home chefs need to remain updated and educated on the importance of food safety.

    Clean up your act with these top 10 tips for healthy food preparation practices:
    Wash Hands for at least 20 seconds with plenty of...
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