The Power Is Out! 3 Steps To Keep Your Food Cold
6 June 2016
If your power has gone out, you'll need to prevent the food in your refrigerator and freezer from spoiling. That can be difficult to do, especially if the temperatures outside are warm. With some quick thinking and a few safety precautions, you can help keep your food safe until the power comes back on. Here are four steps you should take – before and after a power outage – to protect your food.
Chilling And Grilling: Must-Have Accessories For The Chef
3 June 2016
Summer is a great time to do some grilling outside. Whether you have a gas or charcoal grill, it's a great time of year to throw some steaks, burgers, and hot dogs on and start cooking. If you own a grill and you've been looking for a few handy things to help make your chef duties easier, look no further. Read on for a list of a few must-have accessories that will make the grilling life much more streamlined.
Fun In The Sun: 4 Hors D'Oeuvres Ideas For Your Summer Beach Wedding
2 June 2016
The beach in summertime is one of the most gorgeous places you can have your wedding reception, and you have your big meal all planned out to complement the setting perfectly – but now you're completely out of ideas on foods for cocktail hour. Short of recycling some of your planned dishes in a smaller form and slapping them on a cracker, what are you to do? Don't panic just yet – because here are a couple of hors d'oeuvre ideas that will go perfectly with your romantic summertime beach wedding.
Why It's Important To Keep The Lights Off In Your Walk-In Cooler
1 June 2016
Having proper lighting inside your walk-in commercial refrigeration unit is important. It can be tough to rearrange things, organize your cooler, and retrieve necessary items without ample lighting, so keeping bulbs in the lights inside your cooler is essential. However, some employees can get in the habit of leaving the lights on when they walk out of the cooler, which is never a good idea. These are a few reasons why it is important to ensure that the lights are turned off inside your cooler when no one is inside.