June 6, 2017
Asking the Right Questions can Reduce Purchasing Problems
Purchasing a new piece of kitchen equipment usually involves two to three parties: The operator, the dealer and often the manufacturer’s representative.
Four Secrets to Successful Summer Prep
The summer rush can be a restaurant operator’s best friend or worst enemy, depending on how prepared you are. As equipment works overtime to meet increased capacity, the change in sales mix puts strain on cold-side machines, and refrigeration equipment exerts additional energy to keep temperatures low. Follow these five steps for a successful summer-prep regimen, so you can take advantage of everything the season has to offer. Click here to learn more.
Service Tips: Conveyor Ovens
Conveyor ovens are almost always a key part of an operation’s kitchen, so keeping them running well is essential. Here are a few tips to maintaining your conveyor oven.
Ace Mart Restaurant Supply Opens 15th Store
Ace Mart Restaurant Supply opened its fifth Houston location. This marks the 15th location for the Texas-based foodservice equipment and supplies dealer.
ABC Recognizes Dealers and Suppliers
Allied Buying Corporation, a dealer-based foodservice equipment and supplies buying group, honored its members and suppliers with several annual awards.
Wood-Fired Oven Configurations
While wood-fired ovens can produce items in as little as 90 seconds, operating these ovens requires a certain skill level, and the learning curve can prove quite high. Here, we provide a summary of the ins and outs of wood-fired ovens.
Cleaning and Maintaining Wood-Fired Ovens
The maintenance and upkeep of wood-fired ovens differs from most other appliances. Improper cleaning causes the bulk of problems.
Extending the Service Life of Rotisseries
Bruce Hodge, president of General Parts & Service, offers tips to keep rotisseries in tip-top shape.