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Keeping Your Restaurant On Its Toes

When you run a business like a restaurant, it can be easy to get complacent about the details. Your employees might be used to you checking in on them during certain times of the week, or you might get comfortable with your same old menu. Unfortunately, if your place stays exactly the same, customers can lose interest—which can be bad for business. I want you to know what you need to do to make your restaurant beautiful, functional, and relevant, which is why I made this site. Here, you will learn key strategies for perfecting your business, so that you don't end up with a mess on your hands.

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Keeping Your Restaurant On Its Toes

    Heart Healthy Indian Meals

    If you love Indian food, but you are concerned about your heart, don't worry. There are plenty of options on the menu that are heart healthy. While many Indian dishes include ghee (clarified butter), paneer (cheese), or fried ingredients, there are alternatives. Below is a list of some of the healthy options on the menu. Try Naan Or Chapatti Instead Of Poori Especially at an Indian restaurant, you are going to want bread with your meal.

    Three Restaurant-Quality Chicken Wing Sauces To Make At Home

    If you're making chicken wings at home, the secret lies in choosing the best sauce. These three homemade sauces will remind you of those served at bars and pizza joints across the country. Whether you prefer sweet or spicy, there's a wing sauce on this list that will please your taste buds. Each recipe makes enough sauce to coat about 3 pounds of wings or 24 individual wings. Honey Lime

    This Heirloom Tomato Pizza Sauce Will Delight Your Taste Buds

    Who said homemade pizza had to be boring? With this delicious sauce made from heirloom tomatoes and fresh herbs, your homemade pizza will be delightfully flavorful. It might even rival that at your favorite pizza restaurant. To make this sauce,  you will need: 6 large heirloom tomatoes (any sweet, plump variety will do) 1 medium onion 2 cloves of garlic 1 teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper 2 tablespoons olive oil ¼ cup fresh basil, chopped 2 teaspoons fresh oregano, chopped 2 teaspoons fresh parsley, chopped Bring a large pot of water to a boil.

    5 Ways Tableside POS And Ordering Helps Restaurants

    Want to know more about one of the newest tricks of the trade that's helping hot new restaurants to turn a profit? If you're trying to run a restaurant in a competitive area, read on to see how mobile tableside point-of-sale can help your business. Dealing with the Waiting Puzzle In one sense, tableside POS can be one tool for controlling the wait times that customers experience. Some restaurants using conventional bill systems do this by training servers well, and that's okay, but POS that is portable can also be an additional tool.

    Buying In Bulk: Can Your Commercial Refrigerator Handle It?

    It is a very popular thing to buy in bulk these days. All kinds of businesses get special privileges with their bulk store memberships. As a restaurant, this may be a trickier thing to do, since you have to keep your bulk meats and produce in your commercial refrigerator, like one from Hy-Point Restaurant Equipment & Supplies Inc.. Here is how to save money by buying bulk foods and get your walk-in fridge to keep it all fresh.

    A Whole Grain Pizza Crust Recipe That's Light And Crispy – Not Tough

    Whole grain pizza crust always sounds like a good idea – it's healthy, after all – but it's often disappointingly tough when you bite into it. This whole grain pizza crust is different. Made with whole oat flour, it has a softer texture and develops that crispiness you crave when baked at a high temperature. Use it as a base for your favorite homemade pizzas. You won't be disappointed (or tempted to reach for the white crust instead) again.

    What To Do When You Realize A Customer Has Had Enough To Drink

    As a server, you are responsible for the alcohol that you serve to your customer's. If you notice that a customer has had too much to drink, it is your responsibility to address the situation. Here is what you should do as soon as you realize that a customer has had enough to drink. Don't Bring Them Any More Alcoholic Drinks The first thing you need to do when you suspect that a customer is drunk is stop serving them alcohol.

    Tips for Eating Gluten-free at Mexican Restaurants

    When someone asks you to go out to eat a Mexican restaurant, do you instantly get anxious because you're not sure if they will have gluten-free food? If so, you should instead educate yourself as to what you can and cannot eat at a Mexican restaurant. Here are two tips to help you learn what to order and eat at a restaurant that serves Mexican food. Appetizers Almost all Mexican restaurants serve chips and salsa as an appetizer, and you don't even have to ask for these things.