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Hobart: A Full Line of Food Machines

A Q&A with Carolyn Bilger, Senior Marketing Manager, Hobart Food Machines

Is there a benefit in sourcing your kitchen equipment from the same manufacturer?

Carolyn Bilger: We certainly think so. If you need to schedule preventative maintenance or a repair and you’ve got to call multiple people, that takes a lot of time. Or, if you’re in a deli and you have some slicers in front-of-the-house and some in back-of-the-house and they all operate and tear down the same way, your employees don’t have to learn how to clean multiple kinds of equipment.

Maximizing the Cost Efficiency of Your Dishroom Operations

Unlike some other pieces of foodservice equipment, the cost of owning a commercial dishwasher goes beyond simply the price of the machine itself. How the machine consumes water, energy and chemicals can all have a profound effect on the cost of ownership over the lifespan of the machine. Having a dish machine that effectively balances these elements is essential to optimal performance and cost savings for your operation.

Automating Manual Washing at Arby’s

For years, the three-compartment sink has been the primary option for quick-serve restaurants for cleaning large cooking equipment, such as pots and pans. But today, with advancements in technology, it just might be a better idea — in terms of saving water, labor and chemicals — to let an automated commercial dishwasher take over the heavy cleaning work. That’s exactly what the Arby’s chain of restaurants is doing.

How to Choose a High- or Low-Temperature Commercial Dishwasher

If you’re working in foodservice, you’re also in the dishwashing business. Dishes, silverware, glassware and everything else essential for food prep must be sparkling clean and sanitized. So, once you’re in the market for a new dishwashing system, it’s important to know about different types of machines available.

Is It Time to Upgrade Your Commercial Dishwasher?

Any purchase of kitchen equipment represents a major expenditure for an operation. So, most operators don’t think about replacing a piece of equipment until it’s on its proverbial “last legs.” But with the technological advances in some equipment categories — commercial dishwashers, to name one — it may be a good idea to replace a machine before the absolute end of its useful life.

Country Club Cuisine Made Easy with Ovention

Evergreen Country Club Chef Randy Brown is finding that the Ovention oven helps him meet the challenge of producing high-volume food quickly. With its unique cooking capabilities, he can satisfy his customers’ desire for top-quality cuisine.

The Beverage Boom

In the foodservice industry, beverages have become big business. From signature offerings, upscale java, healthful juices and smoothies, and creative alcoholic concoctions created by renowned mixologists, drinks are now a draw for many establishments.