Are you the head of a department at your place of business? Perhaps you are a secretary or an assistant who is often given extra responsibilities. Whatever the case, if you are in charge of the food for an upcoming company meeting, you probably have mixed emotions. On the one hand, it might be a bit of a pain-in-the-neck to organize all the food you'll need. On the other hand, it might be fun for you to plan something unique that will be remembered by all who attend the company meeting.
Finding the best manager for any restaurant is tricky; there are many great managers out there who may not be right for your restaurant. There are also managers who have experience but don't get the best results. So, with that in mind, here are some questions you must ask any potential manager for your restaurant.
Were Their Restaurants Successful?
You want to see that your new manager has years of successful experience in restaurant management.
If the weather is getting colder, and you know that the snow is coming in soon, it may be time to stock up on all of your winter needs. If you live in the country away from stores, or if your area tends to see heavy snow storms that make it difficult to leave your home, it is a good idea to stock up on the things that you will need.
If you're looking for a way to reconnect with long lost family members or get in touch with your roots, planning a family reunion is a great way to do it. It's a satisfying feeling to be the one that reunites far-flung branches of the family, and you may start a terrific tradition that everyone can enjoy once a year (or once every few years). However, planning a family reunion can also be a daunting task, especially if you have a large family or if everybody is so spread out that it's difficult to find a central location.
Any new restaurant owner understands the importance of creating a little buzz about their menu. Unfortunately, even the most talented culinary team can struggle with a bland, predictable menu. However, you might be able to do more with that new fryer in the back than just whipping up some gourmet herb fries. Here are two fryer accessories that will transform your menu into something special:
1: Frying Molds
When any type of food hits the hot oil of your commercial fryer, it will start to shake and sizzle as the exterior cooks to a golden brown.